LG 2018 TV line-up could feature Google Assistant coupled by ThinQ® artificial intelligence (AI)

The brand new Alpha-9 processors will be powering the smart TV's.

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As only few days are left for the largest consumer electronics and consumer technology trade show, CES 2018 to kick-off. Various tech giants are on final preparation for showcasing their innovative products on the event. And it seems, the leading TV manufacturer, LG has planned to unveil its bunch of new smart TV’s powered by α (ALPHA) processor and ThinQ® AI.

As per the official post on LG NewsRoom, CES 2018 could witness the South-Korean’s newest OLED and SUPER UHD TVs. The OLED TV’s from LG are already much popular and much appreciated worldwide. And with LG’s newest α (Alpha) 9 processor powering the company’s market-leading OLED TVs, the firm expect a boost in user experience and further improvements in picture quality.

The another new technology that’ll be debuting in 2018 LG TV’s is ThinQ Artificial Intelligence. Since the modern technological developments are revolving are AI and Machine learning, LG thinks the AI implementation in new-gen TV is inevitable. The fim claims, its ThinQ allows the implementation of hundreds of voice requests utilizing the company’s own open smart platform as well as third-party AI services.

Furthermore, we could see Google Assistant support on upcoming LG’s OLED and Super UHD Television sets. This ought to be as a result of Google’s strategy to expand its suave digital assistant across various electronic devices.

Meanwhile, the LG’s arch-rival Samsung is leaving no stones unturned to snatch the LG’s reign in Television industry. The Samsung QLED TV is believed to be the next trend-setter according to various analysts.

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