LG recently unveiled its latest addition, the LG QNED MiniLED, a TV with built-in Quantum NanoCell color technology, developed with the goal of improving contrast, color and picture definition.
Unlike other ranges of the company's TVs like the LG OLED Evo, LG OLED and LG NanoCell, the LG QNED MiniLED differentiates itself from these by offering a backlight system powered by up to 30,000 LEDs in the 86-inch model.
Remember that OLED has an independent illumination for each pixel, so we are talking about completely different technology.
QNED How does it work?
The new QNED technology that has been incorporated into this new range of LG TVs is made possible by incorporating Quantum NanoCell color technology, which originated from the analysis of nano-cells, which have the ability to absorb light at a specific frequency.
This is subsequently converted to another frequency to obtain a white backlight made up of the red, green, and blue (RGB) spectra in a very pure state. In this way, this technology achieves a significant improvement in screen colorimetry, thus obtaining greater accuracy in the colors displayed by the image.
In the same way as previous models, the LG QNED MiniLED TV comes with an α9 smart processor for 8K models, while in 4K models, an α7 smart processor, which allocates instructions to more than 99 million sub-pixels.
In this way, the image is guaranteed high color quality and noticeable contrast without interference, which also provides maximum power in graphics, color and sound.