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About 60% of LG’s TVs will have 4K displays in 2015


About 60% of LG’s TVs will have 4K displays in 2015


LG today announced the next generation of its smart television operating system—webOS 2.0—to power its newest cache of TVs to hit the market in 2015.


At a press event in 2015, LG announced its new line of televisions along with the updates to webOS. The next iteration of webOS will be twice as fast as its previous iteration and will support 4K streaming. The new webOS will also include a new recommended channel menu and a startup menu. WebOS 2.0 will also have a new range of content options, including a GoPro channel and an expanded partnership with Netflix where the streaming platform can support high dynamic range in streaming 4K videos.


LG announced seven new television sets, from 55-inch to 75-inch screens, either flat or curved, all with 4K OLED displays. In addition, LG announced (this many) sets with 4K “Ultra HD” LCD sets. LG said that in 2015, 60% of its televisions would be 4K televisions with 34 different models.


Source: http://arc.applause.com/2015/01/05/lg-announces-webos-2-0-power-smart-tvs/

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