The first day of CES 2020 was eventful and completely dominated by LG and Samsung. Both companies introduced several high-end TVs in the ongoing event in Las Vegas; therefore, users are getting a clearer picture of what to expect. Post these announcements; it is clear that the TV industry is opening its arm for the scope of new and innovative technology, similar to the smartphone industry.
Announcements from LG
LG announced a wide range of OLED products on the first day of CES 2020. The South Korean company introduced the next generation models of its 4K C and B series. The B series is available in four different screen sizes, such as 48 inches, 77 inches, 55 inches, and 65 inches. On the other hand, the C series only has 77 inches and 48 inches variants. The recent launches show that the company is focusing on 48-inch models, for multipurpose use. Smaller TVs are better for gaming, social media content watching, and desk use.
LG recently launched a brand new G series, Gallery series. In the series, the company launched a massive 77 inch TV having an 8K resolution. The G series also offers 4K options at the smaller variants.
Announcement from Samsung
Similar to LG, Samsung also introduced several TV products at CES 2020. When LG is trying to capture a good market share with the OLED option, Samsung is one step ahead with its latest MicroLED technology. The company announced The Wall series TV, where they showcased an unnecessary 292-inch screen TV. Additionally, they also launched a lifestyle-oriented TV called The Sero. The Sero got critical acclamation for showing portrait videos like never before. It has a non-removable stand, which allows it to watch vertical social media content like SnapChat, Instagram, and TikTok. The company also introduced a bezel-less TV having an 8K resolution.