LG rolls out new Smart TV features for next year


Phones are not the only things that are smart these days, as you also have Smart TVs – and the South Koreans are at the forefront of things in this department, although Japan is nipping on their heels as well. LG intends to usher in 2012 by unveiling new Smart TV features for next year that will focus on rich content as well as ease of use. Just make a beeline for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas next month, and you will be able to check out just what LG has in store.

Embedded within the new Cinema 3D Smart TV range for next year, LG intends to offer CINEMA 3D Smart TV owners with the most comprehensive yet easy-to-use home entertainment experience possible, and as the adage goes, “action is louder than words”, which is why there are more than 1,200 apps available (and growing, too). The new Magic Remote would also add more value to the entire Smart TV experience, in addition to a growing number of premium content services.

With LG’s Smart TV ecosystem, there are more than 1,200 Smart TV apps available, letting you access more movies and TV programs than ever, in addition to accessing social networking services (SNS) on your LG Smart TVs, make donations to charities whenever there is a need, and also check out famous art collections without having to leave the comfort of your living room. As for LG’s 3D Zone, it also offers a bunch of expanding 3D movies and TV shows, and those who want to enjoy older 2D movies, can do so thanks to 3D conversion via LG’s enhanced 3D conversion engine. Using Film Patterned Retarder (FPR) technology, LG’s 3D glasses do not require any battery to run at all, are lightweight and easy on your pockets, making them perfect for viewing 3D content in large groups and comfortably for longer periods of time.

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3 reviews or comments

ddavemac Says: May 14, 2012 at 9:33 pm

I own an LG LM7600 and it exceeds my expectations for a 3D TV. It comes with light glasses which are convenient to use. It’s also flicker free so I haven’t really experienced eye strain yet when watching 3D. I also like it that LG is really trying hard to provide more content for their consumers and they just launched their 3D world store

Ed MacCalman Says: May 21, 2012 at 7:08 pm

I just bought LG’s LM670T (47 inches) and I was surprised by the number of premium applications it’s got. Now I am even happier to know that LG is constantly adding new apps.

kelly Says: May 29, 2012 at 1:47 am

I really adore this LG Smart TV-especially the design, durability, portability, and the perfect picture quality. The different apps are well arranged at the bottom for easy navigation with the magic motion remote. This makes the entire Cinema Smart TV to be comfortable and easy to use. The 3D LED technology is also a plus as the passive 3D glasses don’t require batteries. More to that the glasses are light, Affordable, and offers a wide viewing angle, thus, certified flicker free 3D.

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