Emerging new information on OLED TV Loewe bild7. According to the manufacturer, the panels used are the most technologically advanced of LG (it is known that it will be the Korean brand to supply them). In other words, the TV bild7 will be equipped with the same LG OLED panels mounted on the 2016 range.
The other new feature is HDR. The formats that enable the exploit the high dynamic range are two: HDR10 (free from royalties and static metadata, at least for now) and Dolby Vision (developed by Dolby and dynamic metadata). Bild7 support them both (such as LG TV). The source of the news, Inside CI, points out that support for Dolby Vision will not come at launch but will be introduced later via a firmware update.
Briefly summarize the specifications: The appearance is characterized by minimalist lines and by very small thickness (of up to 7 mm at the thinnest part). The ignition of the TV actuates a series of motors that make scroll the screen to the other, revealing a thin soundbar. Inside there are six transducers and four passive radiators, capable of providing a power of 120W. Backed with a fabric cover that hides the connectors from view. The TV bild 7 may be then positioned so as to be visible to 360 ° (a characteristic that we see more and more often on various models).
Both models offer 3D passive (data not surprising: the OLED products from LG flat panels are passive 3D) and ensure (at least on paper) peak brightness in HDR to 750 cd / m2 – nits for the 55 “and 800 cd / m2 – nits for the 65 “. The output of Loewe OLED TV is scheduled for September: Prices are set at 4,990 euros for the 55 “and 6,990 Euro for the 65”.