LG recently revealed a bunch of innovative product release plans for the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show 2012.
The gigantic 84-inch "Ultra Definition" TV with a massive resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels is expected to be the top drawer stuff yet from the electronics technology giant. The newly designed ultra-light 3D glasses and the most awaited LG Fantasy smartphone are also likely to be released at the CES.
Quite suspiciously, "Ultra Definition" TV resembles the one showcased at the last edition of the CES. However, wielding the power of integrated apps and Internet, the new model supports enhanced Smart TV capabilities.
Besides the massive display resolution capability, the TV supports advance 3D Depth Control to adjust the level of 3-D-osity similar to the Nintendo 3DS.
3-D Sound Zooming function enables immersive 3-D -style sound, which is a perfect substitute in the absence of surround sound systems.
With a market availability of over 1200 apps to choose from, one may easily upscale 2D to 3D content on the TV.
The TV also features voice recognition app, very similar to Apple's most debated first TV. The app enables the use of voice guided controls on the TV. However, the company has not yet divulged details on the extent of voice controlled inputs.
Quite disappointingly, there is no word yet on the release date for the UK. The new model looks like a complete refresh of the older one and the price is expected to drill a hole in your pocket, considering its massive specifications.