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For the year 2023, the Japanese electronics company published a rather modest OLED portfolio. In addition to the quite expensive QD top model, the A95L, there is so far only one additional current TV to choose from, the A80L. This could change soon – just like last year. As the successor to the A75K, the company is once again expanding the line-up downwards with the Sony A75L. 

At the moment, the release has only been confirmed for the USA. Here, it will be available at a price of 1,600 dollars in 55 inches. A 65-inch variant is also planned. In terms of specifications, the TV is very similar to the step-up version and offers 120 hertz, VRR, Dolby Vision and Google TV. 

However, it is not yet known whether and when the TV will also be available in Germany. In our opinion, the move would make sense in any case, since the A80L is already fairly high priced for the 55 version and the competition is simply more affordable with a comparable level of quality.

Source: Flatpanelshd

The South Korean newspaper Etnews reports that the electronics company’s so-called SIC Centre has now developed a new AI-based processor platform. According to the report, the new development is to be called Alpha 10, placing it above the Alpha 9 cpu that has so far provided the computing on the company’s top models. 

This would add an even more powerful variant to the now 6th generation computing unit in the future and perhaps increase the range by a fourth option in general. Among the benefits of the chip are an improved image analysis, higher energy efficiency and the possibility to localise objects in a room when combined with a camera module. 

In doing so, the focus is on a stronger integration of real artificial intelligence and the minimisation of predefined algorithms. There are already plans to make the Alpha 10 available in LG’s upcoming smart TV models. Devices like a upcoming G4 could therefore benefit from it.

Source: ETNews

LG Channels have been part of the webOS user interface for several years now and, according to a statement by LG, are one of the five most used apps on the company’s own TV devices today. This free streaming service has just been updated to version 3.0 featuring a reworked design. The revised layout is intended to provide improved navigation and an optimised guide to help you find suitable content more quickly. 

As part of the adjustments, the structure has been arranged into three sub-areas. While the home section has a rotating carousel that offers you suggestions from various categories, all channels are available within the live section. The programme guide has been reduced in size and now only takes up half of the total screen in order to show the current picture in a larger size. On Demand content can be selected via the tab of the corresponding name.

Source: LG Newsroom

By using the PS Remote Play app, you can stream your PS4 and PS5 games to a third device – provided you have fast internet. The Sony A95L QD-OLED is now also part of this solution. By doing so, the Japanese company is catching up with the competition from Microsoft and is now also making use of the up to now unused potential in this area. 

Whether the service will be extended to last year’s models and the current series with Google TV 11 is not known. Currently, the app is only available on Android devices with version 12 or higher. It is also unclear whether a longterm implementation of cloud gaming services into the operating system of Sony TVs is planned for the future. Currently, a public test is taking place that at least allows you to stream PS5 titles to your PS5 console via cloud. However, this requires a PlayStation Plus Premium subscription as well as an invitation.

Source: Sony Press Centre

In mid-July, the company from South Korea announced that it would be increasing the size of the S90C series once again. For the 2023 line-up, the range had already been extended upwards by a 77-inch variant. An additional step in this direction has now been taken. The QD-OLED series, which is still quite new, will be expanded by an 83-inch model – for now on the US market. 

However, only at first glance. If you take a closer look at the technology underneath, you will be in for a surprise. In order to realise the plan, a cooperation between the electronics company and LG Display is necessary. Until now, however, the LG subsidiary has not produced QD-OLED panels. So without further ado, the company is using a WOLED display of the respective size. 

As a result, the largest model in the series is technically out of line and could cause irritation and disappointment among consumers who like to buy beyond 80 inches. It is not yet clear whether this version will also be available in Europe at some point.

Source: Flatpanelshd

Apparently, the Dutch-Chinese electronics company is discontinuing the compatibility of its in-house Hue products with the Ambilight feature on models from the 2023 line-up. Until now, you could combine the Hue light sources provided by Philips in form of different lamps or LED strips with many Ambilight TVs in a simple way using an app and thus build up a much larger setup. 

However, this option will probably no longer be available in the future. It remains to be seen whether this will be changed at a later date. The company has not officially commented on the procedure itself or the background of this decision.

Source: Toengels Philips Blog

According to South Korean media, panel producer LG Display will deliver the first batches of WOLED displays to Samsung Electronics this month. Although an initial agreement on the cooperation has been reached, general conditions such as the duration of the contract and the volume do not seem to have been finally clarified yet and are currently running on the basis of a trial order. However, no official announcement has been made so far. 

The aim is apparently to supply 77″ and 83″ panels, which are supposed to further expand the QD range in the coming year. For this purpose, Samsung has requested the LG subsidiary to carry out the production according to certain specifications and to realise the production in the South Korean plant in Paju.

Source: The Elec

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