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What defines the image quality?

Did you know that the image quality of a TV is based on 3 fundamental criteria? The quantity of pixels, the quality of the pixels, and the frequency of images per second. Find out more.

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LG Electronics: 50 years of TV history - from Black and White to OLED

LG is a global pioneer deeply rooted in the TV industry. In 1966, LG was the first Korean manufacturer to bring a locally produced television to the Korean market. Last year, LG ultimately launched the world's first HDR-capable 4K OLED TV – followed by the flagship LG SIGNATURE OLED TV.