Dec 27, 2016 08:08 AM EST
These 2 LG's Futuristic Gadgets will Make You Skip Samsung's and Sony's Booths at CES 2017
CES 2017 will be the gadget heaven highly-anticipated by the tech crowds and LG will bring surprises with these revolutionary gadgets.
1. Levitating Speakers
LG is confirmed to introduce Levitating Portable Speaker at the CES 2017. PJ9 is a speaker with Levitation Station that's not only aesthetically pleasing but also bringing audio experience to the next level.
The versatile speaker combines seamless technology and uses Bluetooth as connectivity. It houses powerful electromagnets that lend itself to the crisp sound quality. PJ9 has 360 degree omnidirectional design with deep bass tones. It's able to charge as soon as the battery runs low, PRNewsWire reported.
2. OLED Screen
There will most likely be a monitor battle at the CES 2017 given that Samsung and Sony will also be showcasing their cutting-edge TVs at the event.
LG is expected to exhibit a premium OLED screen TV with 4K compatibility. Previously, the multinational electronics company launched LG Signature OLED G6 and E6 at CES 2016. Next year could be made awesome if LG could introduce a monitor above 75-inch size with enhanced HDR images and brightness.
LG once introduced a roll-able screen at this year's CES and it's expected that the South Korean giant will show off another prototype of innovations for next year's event.
3. LG K-Series
In addition to the futuristic gadgets, LG gears up to launch five new smartphones at the CES 2017. Four of them are the LG K-Series that ranges from 4.5-inch to 5.3-inch screens.
The K-10 is said to have 13MP rear camera and 5MP front-facing camera with 2,800 mAh removable battery. Under the hood, K-Series devices are powered by MediaTek SoC and run Android Nougat out of the box, according to the Verge.
One among the five is LG Stylo 3 - a 5.7-inch smartphone with LG's new stylus and 3GB RAM on board. These new smartphones aren't that exciting as all of the five have somewhat average innards.
LG will be part of CES 2017 in Las Vegas Convention Center at Booth #11100, Central Hall.
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