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CES 2020 News: LG OLED TVs rumoured to be X range

Evinger

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Personally, I think it would be a bad move
  • As you wrote, it sounds like a copy of Apple's numbering, and that looks like they don't have any good ideas of their own.
  • Also, as you wrote, people will not know how to pronounce it.
  • Following on from that, it ties them into a numbering system which will get increasingly strange & difficult for people in the subsequent years.
If they were concerned with people thinking the new models were 2010 models (o_O), they should simply go for "20"
 

celle

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blacksheep99

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Nice for those with big bucks but looking at those 'improvements' I can't see there been much change for the lower end sets compared to this year. Time to buy a 9 series set I think..
 

ldoodle

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I'm eagerly waiting to see the 48" specs, specifically dimensions. I still have a Panasonic PH9 from late 2006, which with its 2" double bezel is 102+ cm wide by 60+ cm high. Don't really want to go bigger.
 

SonOfSJ

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@ldoodle What is the screen size of your Panasonic PH9?
 

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