LG’s 4K OLED TVs set to arrive in the country this November

Set the date! LG’s 4K OLED TV will be arriving this November. Winner of the CES 2015 Innovation Award, the LG OLED TV (Model EG960T) features a svelte curved display, 4K Ultra High Definition technology coupled with OLED technology.


The LG OLED TV was designed to provide a viewing experience like no other. LG’s OLED display technology uses self-lighting pixels for that perfect black contrast and brighter colors that are ideal for hi-def content. The curved body immerses the viewer into whatever it is he or she is watching. While the acoustics are handled by Harman Kardon for that extra kick in audio quality and performance.

The LG OLED TV runs webOS 2.0 to handle its smart functions. The user interface is simple and easy-to-use, and you can use the remote to navigate the screen.


We were invited for a short demo on the LG OLED TV and it was an amazing experience. The test video was crisp, almost life like. The colors really pop and the sound was fantastic. Even when they switched to standard TV channels or to YouTube (provided your internet is fast enough to stream full HD or 4K vids), the quality was good.

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You could even connect it to your phone through Miracast. Here’s the Candy Crush game streamed from the phone to the TV.


The LG OLED TV is set to come in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes. It will be available in the Philippine market by November.

For more information about LG’s 4K OLED TV, you may visit; like LG Philippines’ FB page; or follow @LGPhilippines on Twitter  and Instagram.

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Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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