LG unveils 84-inch Ultra HD TV in Saudi Arabia
- Saudi Arabia: Saturday, January 26 - 2013 at 06:02
LG Electronics has launched in Saudi Arabia the world's first 84" Ultra High Definition (HD) 3D TV, Saudi Gazette has reported. The kingdom was the second Arab country after the UAE to witness the launch of the new TV set, said LG Electronics marketing manager, Dae Yun Lee. "According to our policy, we did not want to launch it here earlier until we were sure that the product is on electronic dealer shelves at the launch time," he said. The new TV boasts a picture processing technology that creates images comprising eight million pixels per frame; four times the resolution (3840x2160) of full HD TV panels, the manufacturer said.
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