LG has revealed its planned release schedule for its upcoming QNED Mini-LED TVs, with both 4K and 8K models available.
The company says that the US will get access to the QNED (“Quantum NanoCell Emitting Diode”) sets first, starting in July, with other territories following “in the weeks ahead”.
Mini-LED technology, recently seen in on a smaller screen in the 2021 12.9-inch iPad Pro, involves the use of thousands of tiny LEDs and local dimming to give better blacks and more precise brightness, bringing the picture quality closer to what you’d get on an OLED screen with much improved levels of brightness.
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