Despite the rise of streaming, the television is still the focal point in many living rooms, so the new LG HDR Pro 4K OLED TVs are designed to fit more seamlessly into spaces. Rather than have a strong frame, the LG HDR Pro 4K OLED TVs are outfitted with a translucent edge that allows the picture to almost float when displayed.
Coming in either flat or curved options, the LG HDR Pro 4K OLED TVs are purported to offer more clarity, precision and contrast than any other option on the market. Naturally, the entire new lineup of TVs features access to the webOS 3.0 Smart TV platform that'll provide ample streaming capabilities including Netflix and much more.
The release date of the new lineup of LG TVs is still TBA.
The LG HDR Pro 4K OLED TV was Debuted at CES 2016
1. Translucent Frame Tvs - Translucent frames on Smart TVs give the picture a floating effect, which can lead to a trend of designing frame-less TVs or TVs with barely-there frames.
2. 4K HDR Tvs - The new trend in TVs is high quality 4K displays with a combination of High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology that provides more clarity, precision and contrast than traditional TVs.
3. Smart Home Entertainment - The trend in home entertainment is now toward Smart TVs with ample streaming capabilities and webOS 3.0 technology that effectively transform the living room into a smart home theater system.
1. Consumer Electronics - Advancement in consumer electronics tech will always trend towards seamless gadgets, therefore companies should incorporate translucent frames or no-frames into their TVs to win over more consumers.
2. Streaming TV - Streaming providers are actively competing with one another, and should invest in developing their own 4K HDR streaming service or integrating with brands such as LG to provide better streaming experiences to users.
3. Smart Home Technology - Companies like LG and other Smart Home technology brands can provide more intuitive and integrated Smart TVs to make their technology an integral part of the consumer's everyday life.