The LG Signature OLED 4K Smart TV
Introducing the LG Signature G6 Series – a whole lot of awesome from an extremely thin TV. With the latest OLED technologies, brilliant webOS 3.0 Smart TV functionality, Harman Kardon® sound and an incredible design, LG is redefining the TV experience.
The newest technology built into this TV is HDR, which stands for High Dynamic Range, delivering increased contrast ratio and color range to reveal even greater picture detail. Now, areas once blown out by light or lost in shadow have incredible depth, color and detail. HDR takes 4K to the next level, for picture quality beyond anything you’ve ever seen before.
As for G6—you might assume, as I did, that this stood for the sixth generation of this amazing TV. But the LG G5 is a smartphone, so that snaps that idea. Let’s just say it’s a cool name for an ultra cool TV.
Adding style and smarts
What gives this TV its amazing, nearly impossibly thin design is LG’s Picture-on-Glass technology. This is made possible by a bold new approach to television design. The OLED module is applied directly to the glass back panel for a clean, ultra-slim profile.
The bold base of the LG Signature G6 Series holds all of the technology and smarts of the television, allowing the statuesque, thin shape of the TV to stand out. Inside this base is not only the signature Harman Kardon® sound, that delivers audio as stunning as the video, but also LG’s new webOS 3.0, the latest generation of the acclaimed LG Smart TV platform. Featuring advanced new features that make it easier than ever to use, the interface is more intuitive, mobile devices can connect in new ways, and it’s more fun than ever to find and enjoy exactly what you want to watch.
Another transformation is how the base folds behind the TV for wall mounting, leaving just the base soundbar of the speaker showing. So now you have a TV that is a stunner on a shelf, stand or when mounted on a wall.
Cardboard thin, unmistakably amazing, this TV delivers on all the future wants and needs of 4K televisions, transforming the way we all look at TVs.