LG showcases Signature Series products at tech show

V Rishi Kumar Hyderabad | Updated on January 17, 2018 Published on August 20, 2016

LG Electronics India today showcased its latest Signature Series products in the television, washing machine, refrigerator and air purifier segments.

Hosting its annual technology convention in the Nizami city of Hyderabad, it brought together a new range of OLED 4K TV with Dolby Vision, 12 kg front load washing machines, knock-on door-in-door refrigerators, air purifiers and mobile phones.

Sanjeev Agarwal, Director-Sales (South & West), LG Electronics India, in a statement said: “Tech Show gives us an opportunity to strengthen our relationship with our consumers. Southern India has always been an important contributor to our growth and with the consumers appreciating and embracing our technology, we expect to further strengthen our position in Southern region.”

“Two flagship products of LG Tech Show are LG OLED 4K TV with Dolby Vision (E6 series) aimed at redefining TV viewing. The E6 series features LG’s premium technologies which amalgamate OLED display, 4K resolution and OLED HDR (High Dynamic Range) powered by latest Dolby Vision technology. Another flagship model is LG twin wash washing machine, the laundry innovation of the year, has a capacity of 21 kg, it enables to wash two separate loads at the same time,” he said.

Gireesan Gopi, Regional Business Head for AP & Telangana, LG India, said, “Over past one year, we have further consolidated and strengthened our market share across categories in Andhra Pradesh & Telangana. We aim to further boost this growth through an exhaustive product mix comprising global flagship models and products based on Indian insights.”

Published on August 20, 2016

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