Would somebody clarify the meaning of "a not-so-subtle dig" in this text?
"Super UHD TV" is of course a not-so-subtle dig at Samsung’s "SUHD TV"
And in context with the paragraph where it orginated:
Jumping to LCDs, LG has chosen to name its high-end models “Super UHD TVs”. This is of course a not-so-subtle dig at Samsung who has chosen “SUHD” as the marketing name for its high-end LCDs. So what does “Super UHD TV” entail exactly? LG says that it a moniker for 4K LCD combined with quantum dot technology. The latter is used to expand the color gamut for better colors. The three UH95, UH85 and UH77 models all support Dolby Vision and HDR10. LG’s new high-end LCDs are not “UHD Premium” certified like Samsung’s new high-end LCD but they hope that customers will value Dolby Vision more.