Top TVs at IFA 2018

IFA 2018 is building up to expectation, with lots of cool techs unveiled, let have a look on the top TVs at IFA 2018.

Aside TVs there are lot’s of amazing techs unveiled in Berlins’s Tech show which I will bring to you attention, watch this space.

TV manufacturers are always looking for  a way to make you part ways with your money by buying their wares. One of the ways to do this is to make advancement on the already existing technology. As a customer, you begin to feel that what you have is not the state of the act. That is how you begin to seek out for the latest product to buy.

We recently posted about some of the best TVs of the year 2018 [TOP FIVE TVS OF 2018 YOU CAN BUY]. The top TVs at IFA 2018 will make those look old. Now let have a look at the what is found in the on going Tech Show.

 LG’s 88-inch 8K OLED TV

LG’s 88-inch 8K OLED TV

LG’s 88-inch 8K OLED TV Is the World’s First OLED TV

This juggernaut is the first on our list. With such an humongous size LG is out to make a statement.

At CES 2018 in January, LG did display 88-inch 8K OLED TV’s prototype behind closed doors. Then it was not yet a TV, but it is now a TV as unveiled at IFA. LG will likely make it available for purchase in 2019. It will surely come with a massive price tag because it has the specs to match.

The LG’s 88-inch Oled TV is the world’s first 8K OLED TV. 8k pixels is now the state of the art and LG is leading.

LG’s 88-inch Oled TV incredibly large 8K creation sports four times the pixel count of 4K and sixteen times that of standard HDTV. If you love numbers, that’s over 33 million pixels at a 7,680 × 4,320 resolution. To visualized this,  imagine a four 4K televisions in a 2×2 grid.

LG called the 8K OLED TV the “pinnacle of technological achievement and the next evolutionary step in display technology”. Now displayed at IFA, we all agree this is the truth.

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Toshiba Unveils an Unbelievably Thin TV

 Toshiba Wall Art TV 

Toshiba Wall Art TV

This new Toshiba TV is not only incredibly thin. Toshiba is bringing Artificial Intelligence (A.I) on board.

At IFA 2018 Toshiba announced that, from 2019, the majority of Toshiba OLED, 4K HDR, and Full HD smart ranges will have Amazon’s voice assistant (ALEXA) built in, giving users access to a variety of voice features.

Toshiba also announced the launch of its thinnest ever TV – at just 2.5mm thick.

The Wall Art model is designed to sit completely flush against the wall,  creating a window-like effect with its 65 inch screen. Toshiba Wall Art TV is thin and super loaded for entertainment.

Your Lounge will surely get a face lift as Wall Art TV comes with powerful 4K HDR. It should provide exceptionally clear images, color, and contrast.  When TV is not in use, its ultra-thin design allows it to blend into your home decor seamlessly.

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Samsung Q900R 8K QLED TV

Samsung Q900R 8K QLED TV

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The South Korean Company have made their own 8K TV and announced it in IFA 2018. The 8K pixel race is on . Sharp is already selling 8K TV in Japan. Sony announced a prototype in CES18.

Samsung’s 8K panel is packed up to 85inches of pin-sharp resolution. That is 4,000 nits of brightness and a new processors.  This is to help make even your oldest content look clean and modern.

Samsung has also announced 65, 75 and 82-inch variants of the Q900.

Samsung Q900R 8K QLED TV will have different names in different regions of the world. In the US for example, there will only be 85 inch version and it will be named the Q900FN, The Q900FN will be available in the US by October 2018.

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 Philips 903 OLED+ TV

Philips OLED+ 903 TV

Philips OLED+ 903 TV comes with amazing Sound quality

The Japanese company also made their presence felt in IFA 2018 with Philips 903 OLED TV. Every TV prospective buyer always with crisps clear pics. Philips 903 TV comes premium visuals.

It offers amazing 4K visuals and  HDR  for great pictures. The biggest selling point of this Philips OLED TV is in the sound system. This is a TV that you wouldn’t need to invest on additional sound system in your home. The audio quality is really pumping sound thanks to the new tie-in with the audio experts at Bowers & Wilkins.

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