A large flatscreen TV mounted on a white wall

Enlarge / A promotional image depicting one of LG's new Mini LED TVs. (credit: LG)

LG plans to introduce its first consumer Mini LED TVs sometime next month, according to a press release from the South Korean company. Mini LED is a new variant of LCD TV tech that offers better contrast ratios, among other improvements, than what has come before.

The new lineup in the US includes one 4K TV (dubbed the QNED90) and one 8K variant (called QNED99). Both are available in three sizes: 65 inches, 75 inches, and 86 inches.

Much of the recent advertising and marketing muscle behind Mini LED TVs has come from Samsung, but that's not the only company making them. TCL, Hisense, and others have introduced Mini LED sets as well.

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