LG has pre-announced their latest flagship TVs ahead of CES 2017, which are a range of new LCD screens that they have titled Super UHD, which feature Nano Cell technology to provide great UHD clarity according to LG.

The Nano Cell technology claims to deliver more accurate and realistic colours than previous LCD screens while providing wider viewing angles. LG claim to do this because Nano Cell screens are blending neighbouring colours thanks to uniformly-sized particles that are a nanometer wide each.

They also announced a partnership with the Hollywood colour experts Technicolor to create the Technicolour Expert Mode in order to deliver “the most accurate colours possible in LG’s Super UHD TVs”.

This will be included in their three new TV ranges, the SJ9500, SJ8500 and SJ8000.

They will also support HDR10, Dolby Vision, and Hybrid Log Gamma, along with LG’s webOS 3.5 system, which is a TV user interface that comes from the original webOS system, providing access to online services like Netflix and Amazon at the press of a button.

It also supports LG’s Magic Wand remote and Magic Zoom mode.

They are also ready for a new technology from Technicolor called Advanced HDR.

LG hasn’t revealed details on a release date or pricing for any of the TVs, but as soon as we hear more we will let you know. That said, they will be at CES, so we may hear more soon.

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