that starting from July, the latest QNED Mini LED TV series will be launched in the global market, including the 4K QNED90 series and the 8K QNED99 series, both of which are available in 65-inch, 75-inch, and 86-inch sizes. According to LG, the letter Q in QNED represents the use of quantum dot technology, and the 8K QNED95 series will be launched in the future.
This series of QNED Mini LED TVs are equipped with HDMI 2.1 interface, support 4K@120Hz playback, support HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision HDR standards, and also support Dolby Atmos, certified by the international product testing organization Intertek, it can provide 100% color volume and color consistency, and also eliminate color distortion under wide viewing angles, ensuring that everyone in the room can enjoy the ultimate LCD picture quality.
LG is controlled by nearly 30,000 Mini LED backlight sources, with up to 2500 partitioned backlights, providing 10 times higher contrast than traditional LCD TVs, providing deeper blacks, more accurate colors, and higher contrast and brightness. If it is used to play games, I believe it will be a very good choice. At the same time, compared to traditional LCD TVs, the power consumption is also smaller.
These Mini LED TVs are not intended to replace OLED TVs, and their positioning may be between the 2021 Nanocell series and the new C series OLED TVs. LG said that the QNED Mini LED TV series has obtained the Swiss SGS Société Générale de Surveillance environmental product certification, which meets the standards of low environmental impact and recyclability.
4K’s QNED90 series 65-inch, 75-inch, and 86-inch are priced at $1999, $2999, and $3999, respectively. 8K’s QNED99 series 65-inch, 75-inch and 86-inch are priced at $3499, $4799, and $6499, respectively.