LG also knows how to make design televisions
They are called ‘Lifestyle TVs’ or ‘Lifestyle TVs’, but colloquially, they are known as ‘posture TVs’. These televisions are designed to blend in very naturally with their surroundings, and can posing as pictures or even canvases on an easel.
They are very exclusive televisions, with a very successful design. You will hardly meet someone who has one at home, but both Samsung and LG put a lot of effort into these types of products. The objective that both brands seek with these ranges is not so much to sell, but rather demonstrate your technological capabilities and grab our attention.
Samsung has been launching televisions in its Lifestyle range for a few years now, and LG has also been fighting back with the same style of devices with its range LG OLED Lensstarted in 2021.
The television LG Pose follows the same philosophy as the Samsung Serif. It is a panel mounted on an easel, although it can be placed on any wall pretending to be a painting. will be within the range LG OLED Object Collection, and will go on sale in the third quarter of this year 2022. The Posé uses the same OLED technology that is present in the C2 and G2 televisions. It features a 4K panel, HDMI 2.1 connectors, and support for Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision.
The purpose of the LG Posé is that we can show off photographs and other artistic works as if we were exhibiting a canvas in our living room. It will be available in diagonals of 42, 48 and 55 inches.
In the same style is LG Easy, the model that is equivalent to the Samsung The Frame. It is a huge canvas that hides its panel with OLED Evo technology. His name means ‘easel’ in English.
Two televisions that are presented in their natural habitat
Both the Easel and the Posé are destined to end up in the most exclusive salons in the world, where they will be mere decorative objects and will surely never play a Netflix series. But before they become another work of art, these two televisions have to be known by their potential customers.
For this reason, the Koreans have decided that these two televisions will be unveiled in a very special place, specifically, in the Milan Design Weekwhich is celebrated between the days June 7 and 12.
It is not yet known what prices They will have these models when they go on sale, although we can imagine that they will be much more expensive than the equivalent Samsung televisions due to the technology that these devices mount.