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Here is a look at LG's 2019 TV lineup. These include their NanoCell, OLED, and UltraHD TVs which come with ThinQ AI. The LG NanoCell TV's start from a 49-inch size and cost Rs 84,990 upwards. LG OLED TVs start with a 55-inch size and will Rs. 2.25 Lakhs upwards. The LG UltraHD TVs start with a 43-inch size and will costs upwards of Rs. 44,000 approximately. All three of these types of TVs from LG feature the 2nd generation of their Î±9 processor which works on deep-learning technology. LG claims that this 2nd generation processor imbued with deep-learning and AI capabilities, helps the TV understand the content and automatically makes adjustments to both picture and sound to enhance it and serve it up in the best possible way. The new 2019 LG TVs also support Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple Airplay. You can also control your smart IoT devices from their Home Dashboard making this TV ideal for a smart home. HDMI 2.1 and eARC support is also present in the new LG lineup. Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos can also be found in the NanoCell and OLED TV lineup. The new LG UDH TV just supports HDR.
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