Popular brands like LG, Samsung, Panasonic and Sony unveiled a brilliant line of 4K ultra HD TVs during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016. LG, however, wowed the crowd at the trade event with the launch of a larger-than-life G6 4K TV series.

CES saw the unveiling of a 65-inch and a 77-inch G6 TVs with organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology. The exact price and availability of the two televisions were not yet revealed. Both the OLED TVs boast of overall panel brightness, enhancement in colour reproduction and naturally impressive contrast along with 4K resolution to every image on display.

The OLED screen panel in the TV, dubbed “Picture-on-Glass,” is pasted on a very thin sheet of glass which measures 3 millimetres in depth. This thin sheet of glass is mounted to a metallic soundbar base that has all the TV’s electronics designed in it.

You can easily wall-mount the TV and the attached stand will rotate and automatically fold up behind the screen. LG has also given a new look to the Magic Remote, reports USAToday.

According to LG, both the OLED G6 4K TVs comply with the UHD Alliance norms. Hanno Basse, the president of UHDA and chief technical officer of Twentieth Century Fox, announced the UHD standards for three companies, namely LG, Samsung and Panasonic. UHDA has settled for the following standards that the three companies will have to follow for their devices:

· The device should meet or exceed the image resolution 3840 x 2160 bar.

· Colour bit depth of the TVs should be 10-bit signal or more than it.

· The display reproduction in the devices should be more than 90 percent or P3 colours.

· Most importantly, the devices should have a combination of black level and peak brightness of more than 1000 nits peak brightness and less than 0.05 nits black level or more than 540 nits peak brightness and less than 0.0005 nits black level.

UHD is described as "a full step" display and content evolution that incorporates peak brightness, colour range and black levels along with 4K resolution for the perfect display pictures.