Ahead of the official launch at CES 2023, LG has given us a taste of TV technology for the year ahead, particularly with the company’s line of OLED TVs.. Once again, the G series takes center stage with the G3 OLED evo 4K. LG claims that with Brightness Booster Max technology The brightness will increase to 70% on the 55″, 65″ and 75″ G3 models..
The G3 OLED evo will also look better when mounted on a wall. LG calls its new One Wall Design approach “ultra-seamless” and says it won’t leave any visible gaps between the wall and the G3. That’s saying a lot considering the G2 OLED evo was already pretty close to the wall when plugged in.
The G3 isn’t the only LG OLED to be hailed in 2023. The company is showing off its C3 OLED evo 4K TV and Z3 OLED evo 8K TV, marking the first time LG will have an 8K-capable OLED TV. Equipped with OLED evo panel.
These models do not benefit from technology Brightness Booster Max of the G3, but they share one of the G3’s other improvements, the 6th generation a9 AI processor. LG’s latest Alpha series processor uses artificial intelligence-based deep learning to improve picture and sound quality. L’promotion incremental and dynamic tonal mappingAI Picture Pro bringing out the depth and detail of every image. In addition,AI Picture Pro Recognizes and fine-tunes key objects such as people’s faces to improve HDR quality.
It also allows take advantage of AI Sound Procan now deliver virtualized 9.1.2 surround sound from the TV’s built-in speakers.
Speaking of speakers, the 2023 LG OLED TVs are designed to work with the company’s recently announced 2023 soundbars, the SC9 and SE6. Both models will allow you to use the new function Wow orchestra From LG, this allows the TV to send sound through its speakers as well as the soundbar for a more realistic performance. The new soundbars can also connect wirelessly to 2023 TVs, giving you a cable-free option without the need to send a video signal from the soundbar to the TV.
On a slightly deeper technical note, LG’s 2023 OLED TVs will also support HDMI 2.1a. It is the latest HDMI specification that provides this so-called new feature Fast Media Switching (QMS), sometimes called QMS-VRR. Whatever you call it, its benefits will be appreciated by anyone moving from one type of media to another at different frame rates.
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You may not even know it, but if you’ve experienced a black screen for a second or two after hitting play on a YouTube video, you’ve been a victim of the TV’s inability to quickly and seamlessly switch between two different frames. degrees. QMS-VRR solves this problem by using the TV’s variable refresh rate (“VRR” in QMS-VRR)—a feature typically only used for gaming—to rapidly switch between frame rates and another, theoretically solving the black screen problem. . QMS-VRR will also work when using an external device equipped with QMS-VRR (eg Apple TV 4K).
Finally, LG will release its own connected TV software Another update in webOS 2023. The new home screen layout uses “Quick Cards”, small panels that group content and services into logical categories such as Home Office, Gaming, Music and Sports. The interface also comes with more advanced personalization features powered by AI Concierge: each family member gets their own profile and a list of content options and recommendations based on browsing history, search queries and browsing habits.
From production to disposal, LG’s 2023 OLED TVs claim to be environmentally friendly. LG OLED TVs do not have a backlight, which requires less material than LED TVs. They use recycled plastics and come in eco-packaging made from recycled materials with a monochrome print. According to TÜV Rheinland, all LG 2023 OLED TVs flicker and emit little blue light.
Currently, LG has not confirmed pricing, availability or even screen sizes for its 2023 OLED TV series.