LG UHD AI ThinQ Review

March 18, 2023
David Sunnyside

lg uhd ai thinq review

lg uhd ai thinq review

AI is a big thing in 2018 and LG has used it to great effect on its new OLED and Super UHD TVs. These smart LEDs are powered by the aptly named AI ThinQ, which works like the Google Assistant or Siri to answer questions about your favorite movies, apps, and TV shows.

Smart functionality

The UN7370 packs plenty of smart functions into a beautiful design that's easy to use and looks great. It supports voice assistants, like Google Home and Amazon Alexa, and a host of features for gaming. It also has a gaming mode that supports Nvidia G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium variable refresh rate technology to prevent annoying screen tearing and stuttering.

WebOS - a minimal and stripped-back interface that's been around for a while

LG's webOS smart platform is one of the most comprehensive out there, offering access to an array of streaming services and apps in one slick package. Its search algorithm is impressive and it can deliver a lot of information in a very compact space.

Using AI to display the best of the lot

When you're watching your favorite show or movie, AI ThinQ uses a combination of machine learning and artificial intelligence to help choose the perfect scene for you and turn it into an immersive experience. It's especially helpful when you have multiple sources and aren't sure which one to watch first.

Exciting sports experiences

Whether you're watching a football match or a boxing bout, the UQ9000 will feel like you're right there in the stands with Bluetooth Surround Ready and Sports Alert. Plus, it has a Game Optimizer and Dashboard that let you tweak settings quickly and easily.

David Sunnyside
Co-founder of Urban Splatter • Digital Marketer • Engineer • Meditator
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