LG talked about the alternatives to human interaction that their LG CLOi robots can provide during the pandemic and talked about their CLOi Platform 2.0 and their vision of a future in which they’ll market it as part of a Robot As A Service strategy.
As they often do at IFA, LG announced new TV with more vibrant colors and improved Dolby sounds.
They also highlighted the G-Sync TV specifically designed for gaming.
LG talked about their LG ThinQ Home as a centralized controlled that can allow consumers to manage their increasingly smarter homes even if their devices are not exclusively made by LG because, as they put it “even LG can’t do everything alone.”
A Virtual Experience
Arguably, LG’s most interesting announcement may have been their virtual IFA hall itself. If you ever wonder what walking LG’s hall at IFA would be like, you can find out here.