LG Launches Gallery OLED TV in the Philippines

LG has finally introduced the world’s first LG Gallery OLED TV here in the Philippines and to express their art appreciation LG has partnered with renowned Filipino painter Benedicto Cabrera(Ben Cab) as the product officially launches in the country.

The LG Gallery OLED TV has a unique design that uses a flat panel mounted on a canvas, hidden in the canvas is a 100 watt audio system. The 55 inch TV panel has a 4.3mm width with WRGB technology which produces deeper and richer colors.

It is also said to have a respond speed 1000 times faster than an LED TV allowing viewers to enjoy fast moving scene with blur free and crystal clear pictures, it also gives you perfect view in any angle with consistent contrast and no distortions.

“LG has proven to uphold its leadership in the TV industry by being the first to launch both the Curved and Gallery OLED TVs in the country,” Jillian Lichauco, LG Electronics Philippines marketing and PR manager, said.  “With the newly-launched LG Gallery OLED TV, the rapid evolution of TVs is complemented with art, a field that can stand the test of time and is appreciated by people of different ages and preferences.  We’re very excited to launch this product to the Philippines, a very artistic and visual market.  It continues LG’s heritage of superior TV technology while elevating its beauty and elegance through striking works of art.”

LG Gallery OLED TV Features:

Dual Speakers & Dual Woofer
Gallery Mode App
4 Color Pixel OLED Display
Frame Canvas Speaker
Smart TV with LG Apps
Full HD Cinema 3D
8.3 Million Sub-Pixel Color
Time Machine II
Premium Magic Remote

The 55” LG Gallery OLED TV is now available and comes with a hefty price of Php 450,000.00.

Visit LG Philipines’ website and Facebook page for more.


1 Comment

  1. Thumbs up to LG for making the worlds first gallery OLED tv! A tv with an LG app installed. That’s so coool. :) It will not only serve as a television but a gallery in our homes. This is indeed a new technology for televisions that first been made by LG. A classy tv with a touch of art. :)

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