LG is catching up with Samsung in “lifestyle” TV land, adding the latest model to its LG OLED Objet gathering that was dispatched in the year. The latest Posé is a slimline take on Serif Samsung; it arrives in many screens sizes 42-inch, 48-inch, and 55-inch screen sizes and it is all set to launch in the third segment of the year 2022, initiating in the country of Europe.
The Posé collaborates the 65-inch Easel that was dispatched at CES [then known as the Objet], which is being made in such a way to resemble an art easel, it is possessed by a sliding fabric cover to hide the screen. Both can be able enough to show artwork or images when not in use.
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But what is a lifestyle TV? Why is there a premium for a TV to seem winsome in our houses? “Seems mesmerizing and elegant when in the middle of my living room” look like a major consideration when it comes to purchasing a TV just as it is when you think of buying a couch. Meanwhile, that’s along with the other important specifications; greater than that of our nearby people sound quality is great, the picture quality is awesome, and doesn’t need us to take out a loan for paying it. However instead, TV makers have worked hard for conveying their point of view to us that a mega black rectangle amid our house is the norm.
Whether you prefer the look of the Posé or the Easel, neither of which we would be placed in my house, the fame of Samsung’s The Frame TV, which changes the black rectangle into a convincing-glancing segment of art when not under the phase of advantage (and we do have in our house), makes it clear there is an appetite for good design. However, the latest choices are pricier and not equipped with some of the features you desire in a TV. Keep in mind that the pose of it is not larger.