LG is the first manufacturer to announce its entire lineup of 8K OLEDs on Friday, days before CES, and it consists of two Signature models (with 77- and 88-inch panels) as well as six NanoCell-branded TVs.
LG says all of its new TVs support 8K at 60p, which can be delivered over HDMI. In addition, LG says its AI engine can recognize faces and text on the screen to produce more natural skin tones and more readable text.
Apple users will be happy to know that the new TVs support Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa are also supported.
LG will showcase the new TVs at CES, which kicks off on Jan. 7.