WebOS becomes smarter and LG's 2023 OLED TVs are once more brighter
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WebOS becomes smarter and LG’s 2023 OLED TVs are once more brighter

LG’s most advanced AI-assisted Deep Learning innovation is used in the newest Alpha series CPU to provide exceptional image and sound quality. AI Picture Pro now includes increased upscaling for greater clarity and enhanced dynamic tone mapping to show the depth and detail in every frame. AI Picture Pro also includes image processing technology that recognises and refines significant objects, such as people’s faces, to produce more realistic HDR images. In addition to optimising picture reproduction, the 9 AI Processor Gen6 drives LG’s AI Sound Pro, a feature that immerses viewers in onscreen action by providing realistic 9.1.2 surround sound via the TV’s built-in speaker system.

On this year’s sets, the webOS software that runs on LG TVs will also receive some design and UX adjustments. The business is introducing “Quick Cards,” which categorises applications and services into themes such as home office, gaming, sports, and music. LG promises that recommendations in webOS’s multiple carousels of information will be more customised. In 2022, the home screen seemed haphazard and put together, so maybe LG’s improvements to tidy things up will make a difference.