CES 2018: How and where to watch LG press conference live stream at 9.30PM IST

LG has already taken the wraps off some exciting products including TVs, projectors, and home appliances.

  • Published: January 8, 2018 1:39 PM IST

CES 2018 has kicked off, and we have already been treated to a host of product launches. That said, many of the official press conferences have yet to kick off. LG’s press conference is scheduled for tonight, and here is how you will be able to catch the live stream online.

LG’s CES 2018 press conference kicks off at 8:00AM PST, which happens to be tonight 9:30PM IST. LG will be live streaming the conference, and you can watch it in the video embedded below. Alternatively, you can also follow the company’s social accounts to keep up with the latest announcements.

As is the norm, LG is expected to take the wraps off a wide variety of products at the ongoing expo. While some are rumored, others have already been unveiled ahead of tonight’s press conference.

For starters, those hoping for the unveiling of the flagship LG G7 smartphone, shouldn’t hold their breaths. The smartphone is more likely to be unveiled at MWC 2018 next month. Instead, the company is expected to unveil a new color variant of its V30 smartphone. The new Raspberry Rose variant has already been teased, and is expected to join the existing color choices of Aurora Black, Cloud Silver, Moroccan Blue and Lavender Violet.

Besides smartphones, LG will no doubt wow us with its latest television technologies. LG Display has unveiled a 65-inch OLED TV with 4K resolution that can be rolled up like a sheet of paper. The company has also taken the wraps off a 88-inch OLED TV boasting 8K resolution. It is also expected to unveil a range of Artificial Intelligence-powered televisions.

LG has also unveiled a 4K UHD HU80KA projector with HDR support. The company claims this is its brightest projector yet, able to display a 150-inch picture at 2,500 lumens. Moving on to home appliances, LG has also unveiled its new ThinQ smart fridge that has a transparent 29-inch touchscreen and runs webOS.

Stay tuned to BGR India to keep a track of all the latest updates from the ongoing CES 2018 expo.

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  • Published Date: January 8, 2018 1:39 PM IST