LG today launched a large-size TV LG MAGNIT, using a Micro LED screen and the company’s proprietary Black Coating display technology.
LG MAGNIT is a 163-inch modular screen designed for outdoor advertising , but this Korean company also believes it is suitable for use as a TV in a luxury house. The TV is equipped with LG’s familiar webOS smart TV platform, with 4K resolution, and an AI-driven Alpha image processor from LG’s current flagship OLED.
LG said that its Micro LED pixels will bring clearer images, better contrast, and wider viewing angles.
The self-luminous characteristics of MicroLED groups are similar to those of OLEDs, but instead of using organic light-emitting diodes, they use extremely small (micron-level) non-organic (longer life) LEDs. These LEDs may be brighter and also make Display manufacturers have more control over the dimming area.
The TV uses LG’s proprietary anti-glare black coating display technology, which the company said can protect the LED from moisture, dust and external impact.
LG MAGNITMicro LED module size is 600 x 337.5 x 44.9mm (height x width x depth), which can be connected together to form displays of different sizes.
IT Home understands that starting this week, LG Magnit will be listed in major global markets such as North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. LG has not announced its price.