LG has unveiled the ultimate 325-inch TV, and the price tag will astound you(Pics)


LG has unveiled the ultimate 325-inch TV, and the price tag will astound you.

LG is releasing a stunning new television that will make your local movie theater appear outdated.

Are you in the market for a new television? Take a look at this massive LG gogglebox, which measures 325 inches and will fill a complete wall in your home. In fact, based on the images supplied by the Korean company, you’ll probably need a new mansion to accommodate it.

This enormous theater display boasts an ultra-sharp 8K panel with millions of direct-view LEDs to show your nightly Netflix or Disney+ Marvel binge. Along with a large residence, you’ll need a lot of cash, since some publications estimate that it will cost $1.7 million.

That works out to about £1.25 million, making LG’s £100,000 rollable television, which folds away when not in use, look like a steal.

Previously, these massive televisions were only available to business clients, but LG is rumored to be enabling anyone with enough cash to purchase one.

Of course, LG isn’t the first company to introduce supersized televisions, with Samsung selling its colossal “The Wall” screen to everyone who can buy it.

Samsung claims that the 2021 model has the industry’s first 8K resolution with a 120Hz refresh rate and Simple 8K playback, making it the most detailed model yet.

A revolutionary Micro AI Processor analyzes and optimizes every frame of video in real time to give the finest possible picture quality. The Micro AI Processor can maximize picture quality up to 8K resolution, boosting contrast and reducing noise, by using up to 16 separate neural network models, each trained in AI upscaling and deep learning technologies.

“Samsung is committed to developing the most cutting-edge displays for people at the vanguard of video creation and brand experiences,” said Hyesung Ha, Samsung Electronics’ Senior Vice President of Visual Display Business. “The Wall in 2021 is our most immersive and versatile display to date,” according to Brinkwire Summary News

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