The LG 8k TV Line-Up was part of what I checked out while on a private tour of LG's booth. Here we have a couple models that support the highest resolution which is 7680×4320. These options are set to most likely release in 2019, though few details are really given on them.
That's essentially why I've decided to bundle them into a single article instead of producing one for each of the options. Not enough details, but you do get the basic special features that make each stand out from one another. It should be noted that the image below is of their roll-up 4k model.
The first is the LG Signature OLED TV Z9 which is model OLED88Z9PUA. This screen is LG ThingQ AI powered featuring their LG α9 Gen 2 Pro Intelligent Processor on an 88" display. It is voice supported with Google Assistant and Alexa. It includes Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support.
The second option is the model 75SM9970PUA which comes with a 75" display. This one is also LG ThingQ AI powered featuring their LG α9 Gen 2 Pro Intelligent Processor. It is voice supported with Google Assistant and Alexa. What's neat here is that a focused feature is the 8K Nano Cell display and the full array dimming pro. It also includes Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support.
Both of these are excellent TV options with stunning picture and upscaling technology. The showcased screens looked great while on the floor being thin and beautiful. You can read more about what I checked out while at CES this year from the hub below or see my thoughts on the recently announced Roll-up TV from LG.
Read about the LG Roll-Up TV
View our CES 2019 Hub