LG announced the new QNED mini LED TV at CES 2021. Since its introduction in 2014, it will first run the latest webOS 6.0, the “most important update” of the operating system. Comes with a new Magic Remote to launch.
The first thing to notice is that there are more buttons dedicated to the service. Let’s start below – The new OS natively supports the Google Assistant and Alexa, which you can call with your own buttons.
Above that, there are buttons for Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney +, and LG Channels. The Next Picks feature learns your TV viewing preferences and recommends one title from two live shows (from a broadcast or set-top service) and a streaming service.
Alternatively, you can use Magic Tap. You can easily tap your phone remotely (now with NFC) to send photos and videos from your phone to your TV.
Magic Explorer, an evolution of Magic Link, provides additional information about what’s on the screen – about actors, milestones, and other items of interest. While working with Live TV, Gallery, TV Guide, and Settings app, Explorer changes the color of the cursor to let you know that you have something to share.
The new OS comes with an updated home screen for quick access to all new features. The most frequently used apps are, of course, in the immediate vicinity as well as displaying recommendations. To accommodate all of this, the home screen is now full screen and acts as the central hub of the OS.
webOS 6.0 powers LG’s 2021 TV lineup, including OLEDs, QNED Mini LEDs, NanoCell and UHD smart TVs. If you’re wondering if your old TV will be updated to 6.0, the answer is probably “no” (LG doesn’t do a major OS update).
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