Very few brand names comes to mind when we speak about superior quality display devices. LG is one of them, well-known for its reliable quality Televisions, Monitors and other electronic devices. The company has released four more brilliant high-end television models to market in the name of CX Series. We reviewed the 55-inch LG OLED55CXPUA television to know if the brand still holds its ground against Samsung, Sony and other players. Read our LG OLED55CXPUA Review further to explore more about this new UHD television.
LG makes use of the OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diodes) technology on this 55-inch big display screen. The biggest benefit of OLED compared to LED is that a single diode can produce both light and color, so each individual pixel can receive its own power and luminance. Therefore pixels can change their states incredibly fast and deliver intense color, perfect black and stunning picture quality.
Another point we must tell here, Sony sources display panels from LG for their OLED televisions. Not just Sony, other brands like Phillips, HiSense, Panasonic and other few smaller market players too source display panels from LG.
With 4K resolution on a 55-inch screen, the LG OLED55CXPUA model is packed with 8.3 million pixels, each of them emitting their own light and color. The images looks amazingly vivid and sharp that is unmatchable by standard LED television. The model is also powered by Gen-3 4K AI Processor, which upscale SD videos to 4K with deep learning AI support.
The CX-Series LG OLED55CXPUA is also a SMART television, runs on LG’s legendary webOS platform. You can download online media streaming apps and watch millions of movies, TV shows, sports and more. LG also provides its innovative Magic Remote that takes your voice command to browse through the options and menu.
We can say LG has priced this model well, considering the hardware and brilliant display quality it is offering, but it may not suit for all budgets. Overall, the latest LG OLED55CXPUA is for someone who can spend extra money but doesn’t get compromised on quality.