LG Gallery OLED TV sneak peek event in the Philippines

After the launch of the firstt Curved OLED TV in the last year, LG Electronics will captivate the Philippine market and prove its unwavering TV leadership once again with another TV masterpiece.

If you thought the OLED CURVED was cool, wait till you see the new Gallery OLED TV.


Another world’s first from the Korean electronics giant, the LG Gallery OLED TV (model 55EA8800) , the 55-inch unit is wall mounted and can easily be mistaken for a work of art.


What makes a TV great besides its visual prowess? Of course the Auditory part. That part is well covered by the LG Canvas Speaker. Behind the canvas cover of the TV frame lies a powerful speaker system that blasts refined sound from two sets of speakers and two woofers, allowing space-efficiency and maintaining its minimalist design.

Another thing great is on how thin the screen is, look at the picture comparing to a mobile phone.


Another first-rate factor in LG’s advanced OLED technology is its Absolute Motion Clarity. The OLED TV’s response speed is over 1,000 times faster than an LED TV, allowing viewers to enjoy fast-moving scenes with completely blur-free, crystal-clear pictures.

Partnering with BenCab

A partnership with renowned Filipino painter Benedicto Cabrera has been made as the product officially launches in the Philippines.

BenCab LG 2

Awarded National Artist of the Philippines for Visual Arts in 2006, BenCab has produced a number of masterpieces enriched with depth and details, embodying the essence of the LG Gallery OLED TV.

Furthermore, the owner may opt to activate Gallery Mode, an app which converts the TV to a singular art gallery featuring pieces of classic painters such as Vincent van Gogh, Paul Gauguin, Pierre-August Renoir, and of course, BenCab. Besides delivering the picture perfect quality of an OLED display, it elevates the owner’s room to a gallery of fine art.

The world’s first LG Gallery OLED TV will be available to the local market on January 2014.

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