So LG has put webOS on TVs, projectors, and now cars with webos auto. Does anyone thing LG will ever produce a webos powered smartphone or tablet? I know samsung has tried with tizen and it was only with the palm pre 2 and touchpad from HP that we saw webos on these types of devices. Just curious on what everyone thingks. Here's what webos used to look like..
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Home entertainment experiences are evolving to better match the unique preferences and tastes of users and add a touch of fun and enjoyment to their daily lives. In line with this trend, LG is taking the lead with its latest TVs, services and content so that everyone can access a more convenient home entertainment experience.
To bring greater pleasure to precious moments with family and friends, LG is introducing a range of new entertainment services to its smart TVs. From engaging casual games to lively karaoke sessions and creating unique content, LG Smart TVs are all about delivering an experience filled with enjoyment and excitement for everyone.
Amazing gaming experiences are provided by Busidol, the TV game developer behind the popular El Dorado series. LG TV owners can now enjoy six easy-to-play, 2D graphics-based hybrid casual games which support both Magic Motion Remote and the LG Lifestyle screens touch function.
The Chess: A Clash of Kings1 invites family or friends to gather around an LG TV screen for a classic match of chess that can be played on either side of the virtual board.
LG also features board games like Billion Marble1, which has players rolling three dice to move around the game board across various countries using in-game currency. Another game users can play is Incredible Tank1, a shooting action game offering intense real-time battles and the ability to personalize items, level up their tanks and increase their rank by excelling on the battlefield.
The user-friendly games provided by LG Smart TVs sharpen the player’s focus: Hidden Catch1 challenges players to spot the difference between two images, Card Match1 puts their memory to the test against friends and Animal Hit1 blends strategy with deduction by asking players to guess the card order.
Beyond gaming, LG Smart TVs will soon offer another form of entertainment with the upcoming introduction of K-araoke2, a service which brings fun-filled karaoke nights home. Through weekly updates, this service keeps users in tune with the latest hits, while offering an extensive collection of popular songs to choose from. It also boasts an easy-to-navigate interface and will support USB microphone allowing for rating and scoring the performance for the ultimate karaoke experience.
Another new LG Smart TV companion combines interaction and engagement to elevate the entertainment experience. Introducing Selfie Cam,3 the first TV-dedicated selfie app, which uses the USB camera4 and the TV’s Magic Remote to take and decorate photos by adding motion stickers, fun effects or frames based on AI to make moments even more memorable.
With CELEBe,5 a short-form reward-based blockchain web3 platform, LG Smart TV users can enjoy various short-form content while earning rewards through in-app activities centered around content viewing. Thanks to this platform, users can create their own content via the editing tools provided and receive rewards based on the views they accumulate. This not only promotes greater engagement but also the generation of more high-quality content.
To learn more about the LG Home Entertainment Company’s efforts to deliver differentiated lifestyle experiences, stay tuned to the
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1 Available on webOS 5.0 (2020 TV) or higher and LG StanbyME Go.
2 Available on webOS 6.0 (2021 TV) or higher in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Russia, South Korea, Spain, United Kingdom and US.
3 Available on webOS 6.0 (2021 TV) or higher.
4 Selfie Cam requires the use of separate camera hardware, which is not bundled with the TVs. For optimal performance, compatible cameras with Full HD or higher resolutions are recommended. LG recommends using the Logitech C920, C922, C925, C930 or the LG Smart Cam when using this app.
5 Available on webOS 4.0 (2018 TV) or higher in India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
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(From left to right) Edy Sucipto, department leader for SAC at LG Electronics Indonesia (LGEIN), Kim Joo-hoon, product director for Air Solution at LGEIN, Priyadi Arie Nugroho, director of Electronics and Telematics Industry for Ministry of Industry of Indonesia, Jung Jae-hoon, president of LGEIN Tangerang Factory, Leem Jae-ho, production leader of LGEIN Tangerang Factory, Amirul Setiya Adi, manufacturing department leader of LGEIN Tangerang Factory, and Ronny Wibisono, development department leader of LGEIN Tangerang Factory
Just a few months after celebrating 32 incredible years in the “Emerald of the Equator,” LG Indonesia has once again demonstrated its commitment to playing an active role in the nation’s development. On May 23, during a pre-opening ceremony, the global consumer electronics innovator announced plans to add a new production line to its factory in Legok, which already serves as a production base for the domestic and overseas demand for household devices and appliances, such as washing machines, refrigerators and domestic ACs.
The new line will produce LG MULTI V, LG’s Variable Refrigerant Flow (VRF) solution for commercial offices and buildings. The company’s VRF solutions are among the most versatile and powerful on the market, delivering enhanced energy savings and a more comfortable indoor environment. With demand for buildings to be more eco-conscious continues to grow worldwide, LG’s newly expanded factory is perfectly poised to become an essential production center for energy-efficient MULTI V units.
Through this major plant expansion, LG aims to further demonstrate its dedication to supporting the government’s initiative to increase the domestic component level (TKDN) – a percentage of the value of domestic production components – as an effective way of bolstering Indonesia’s economy.
With a product range that seamlessly integrates into the everyday routines of locals, LG Indonesia hopes its latest initiative will spur on future collaborations with the government so that it can make an even greater contribution to the economic growth of the country.
Once preparation is complete, the first production stage is scheduled to start within the fourth quarter of 2023, initially producing 100 MULTI V units a month and then expanding as production progresses.
As well as its Legok factory, the company also operates a production facility in Cibitung, Bekasi, which currently serves as the central hub for manufacturing display devices like its TVs, monitors and various products catering to our clients’ commercial needs. Notably, this factory also serves as a key LG production hub to meet the growing demands of the Asian market.
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