LG had earlier confirmed the launch of 4K TV and on Thursday, the Korean company announced a new line-up of televisions featuring their newest webOS 2.0 Smart TV platform.
WebOS 2.0 is specifically designed to enhance the key features found in the current generation of Smart TVs.
LG Electronics has already started working with content providers such as Amazon and Netflix to ensure that customers are guaranteed a wide range of viewing options in brilliant 4K resolution.
These Smart TVs already have access to 4K resolution content on Netflix, including highly-rated programs such as House of Cards and Marco Polo in 2015. Ultra HD content on Amazon includes film such as "After Earth", "Elysium", "The Amazing Spider Man 2" and "The Da Vinci Code".
WebOS TVs were originally developed to address the growing frustration with overly complex smart TVs.
LG's webOS 2.0 claims to make things simpler and convenient even while managing many content options. It also offers a long list of improvements and impressive features. Boot time has been reduced by up to 60% and accessing content has been made significantly smoother and faster. When switching from the Smart TV Home Screen to YouTube, for example, users will see an improvement in loading time of up to 70%.
Also new to webOS 2.0 is My Channels, which allows users to customise their favourite live TV channels or set-top box channels on the Launcher Bar for greater convenience. Quick Settings lets viewers adjust their TV without interrupting the program they're watching and Input Picker allows connected devices to be recognised instantly for immediate use.
Visitors to LG's CES booth at the Las Vegas Convention Centre (Central Hall #8204) will be able to experience the full range of new webOS 2.0 TV products.