The LG Signature-Series G7 is one of the top contenders in the television industry. The screen monitor made of ultra light glass material and weighing only 12 pounds, making it one of the lightest television out there.
HDR10 and Dolby Vision compatibility are widely accepted as well as 4k Resolution. The LG Signature-Series G7 dominates when it compares with other competitors in terms of contrast.
The OLED back panel allows the television to produce ultra-sharp, detailed and clear content. The webOS 3.5 operating system from The LG Signature-Series G7 offers 70 free digital streaming channels, which could be seen as a good incentive to purchase.
As for the sound quality, the Dolby Atmos soundbar does an impressive job at maintaining the balance between the highs and lows. The downside is it is rather pricey for the quality and benefits offered.
The Q9FN QLED is a milestone leap from its previous generations. THE QLED panel displays are known for having quantum dots technology which separates itself from the OLED Displays in certain ways.
Its main cornerstone is founded on the ability to produce better image quality in more precise colours and deeper blacks. Although the LG OLED competition is able to triumph in the Samsung QLEDs display in colour production and contrast.
In addition,4k Resolution is supported allowing for better sharpness, clarity, and detail in content. Furthermore, HDR10+ is supported but Dolby Vision is not supported which can be a disappointment for those who watch content which supports Dolby Vision tweaks.
The Smart tv features allow the tv to be compatible and controlled across several other electronics, like smartphones, tablets, watches, desktops, laptops, fridges, washing machines, and lights.
As for the sound, there is a smart sound feature which automatically makes audio adjustments based on the content being watched.