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Evolution of LG OLED Evo


The LG OLED evo, the company's latest OLED tv, has been a topic of discussion amongst content creators worldwide.  This in-depth explanation of the OLED evo's new features should help clear up some of the mystery on this new product. 
What is LG OLED evo?
LG OLED evo is the technological spirit behind the TVs and not a specific component. LG's patented OLED technology, OLED evo, combines cutting-edge dynamic tone mapping and the 9 Gen5 AI Processor. All 42-inch C2 OLED TVs will meet the same criteria for picture quality, regardless of the screen or components used in each unit.


OLED evo is such an appealing option for consumers since LG developed its own processing technologies and designs to improve performance. OLED evo utilizes the higher capabilities of LG's 9 Gen 5 intelligent processor to produce exceptional image quality. The combination of these characteristics places OLED evo technology ahead of the competition.

All 42", 48", and 52" LG OLED evo TVs feature industry-leading OLED technology beyond hardware. All are driven by the powerful 9 Gen5 AI Processor, which optimizes the picture for more immersiveness, enhances foreground and background effects, eliminates picture noise, and upscales quality. The picture quality is automatically adjusted whether you're watching 4K content or 20-year-old videos. It also improves audio by allowing TV speakers to provide virtual 7.1.2 surround sound. You get clear, clean sound without additional speakers.

OLED evo TVs provide a picture quality system that looks at the brightest and darkest portions of over 5,000 sections of the screen to calibrate the best HDR for each area. This means HDR can be used in over 5,000 screen areas for enhanced color expression. See colors as they should be - darks are black and brights are light.

LG's OLED evo goes beyond the panel. Learn more at LG OLED evo TVs are available at authorized shops nationwide and on Lazada and Shopee.

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