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LG QNED MiniLED TV Makes Its U.S. Debut

Features Quantum Dot NanoCell Color technology for authentic color reproduction.

LG Electronics USA has announced pricing and availability of its newest and most premium LCD TV lineup of QNED MiniLED TVs. According to LG, thanks to its state-of-the-art Quantum Dot NanoCell Color and MiniLED backlight technologies, the 2021 TVs deliver a stunning viewing experience with brilliantly bright colors and a higher contrast ratio for deeper blacks.


The U.S. lineup consists of 8K QNED99 and 4K QNED90 series models in screen sizes ranging from 65 to 86 inches and will begin rolling out in July at select LG-authorized retailers nationwide and later via

QNED90 Series (4K)

86-inch class (85.7 inches diagonal)
Available July 2021

75-inch class (74.5 inches diagonal)
Available July 2021

65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal)
Available July 2021

QNED99 Series (8K)

86-inch class (85.7 inches diagonal)
Available May 2021

75-inch class (74.5 inches diagonal)
Available July 2021

65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal)
Available July 2021

Certified by international product testing agency Intertek for providing 100 percent color volume and color consistency, LG QNED MiniLED TVs display color more accurately across a wide viewing angle, ensuring everyone in the room can enjoy the ultimate in LCD picture quality.

The bigger the screen, the smaller the details need to be. LG claims its QNED MiniLED TV packs smaller LEDs into the backlight compared to other similarly sized TV screens, increasing brightness and dimming zones. For example, LG’s 86-inch 8K TV (model 86QNED99UPA) is backlit by approximately 30,000 LED lights arranged to create about 2500 local dimming zones to deliver superior contrast ratio compared to LCD TVs which do not use MiniLED backlight systems. Deeper blacks and greater details within dark areas create a heightened sense of depth that makes images seem more realistic.

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