The manufacturer unveils the second generation of the Alpha smart processor, promising greater noise reduction and support for video at 120 FPS.
It's a little over a month before the next edition of CES, and leading technology makers are beginning to lift the veil of what they expect to show at the big show in Las Vegas. LG has released a new generation of OLED televisions for next year, based on the new intelligent processor, the Alpha 9 Gen 2.
The technology aims to offer images closer to reality, with the manufacturer promising richer color, depth and sharpness. LG said in its statement that the main feature of the processor is the four-step noise reduction system in image processing. Its algorithms allow for clarity in the images by minimizing distracting elements, allowing a smoother gradation between the tones. In addition, the new processor will operate under the contrast and color fidelity.
According to the manufacturer, the new technology improves color correction by using an algorithm that checks seven times the color coordinates of previous versions to ensure that the images are natural and vibrant.
Highlight is the support for the next generation of High Frame Rate, promising to generate images with a cadence of 120 frames per second, praising the quality of movies and sporting events.