At CES 2016 LG has unveiled its new lineup of 4K OLED TVs, the lineup includes its flagship Signature 77 and 65 inch G6 as well as 65 and 55 inch E6 models. All eight new TV models that LG has introduced feature OLED displays with 4K resolution as well as HDR or high dynamic range. The flagship models have additional features and happen to be ridiculously thin.

The flagship G6 and E6 models are the first TVs from LG to feature its Picture-on-Glass design which allows them to be just 2.57mm thin with a translucent back and forward facing sound bar speaker system. The company says that with the focus primarily being on picture and sound quality these TVs provide a whole new level of home entertainment experience.

Following this year’s trend at CES the flagship TVs from LG also feature high dynamic range or HDR Pro. The OLED Pixel Dimming technology is also onboard, each pixel on an OLED panel is capable of switching on and off independently, which results into crisp renders, vibrant colors and shadow details.

LG’s webOS platform puts the smart in these smart TVs, webOS 3.0 brings an improved user experience and more features to improve mobile connectivity as well as more content sources.

The company has the G6 and E6 flagship OLED 4K TVs on display at CES 2016 and it plans to globally roll them out this March.

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