Launched LG OLED evo TV in M’sia, here are its upgraded features
LG recently unveiled its new line of OLED TVs, called LG OLED evo TVs for the G2 and C2 series. The new lineup is said to feature pixels that turn on and off on their own to achieve perfect blacks and higher contrast while fitting into a thinner bezel.
That means the LG OLED evo TV will illuminate brighter colors, using a new and advanced processor, to suit your gaming or home theater needs.
LG has been leading the top spots in various lists of the best OLED TVs on the market for almost a decade, and here are some features of the LG OLED evo TV that could make it worth the upgrade.
Brighter, sharper screen
The new LG OLED evo series features the brand’s new Alpha 9 (α9) Gen 5 AI processor and special imaging algorithms.
If that’s just jargon for you, it means that the C2 and G2 series are said to offer a more realistic viewing experience for viewers, while also being 20%-30% brighter than the C1 OLED TV models. and G1.
Brighter image illumination is beneficial when watching movies in daylight or in the dark.
OLED evo TV’s α9 Gen 5 AI processor leverages deep learning to enhance performance and boasts sharper picture quality. This works by making the foreground and background elements more distinct from each other.
The α9 Gen 5’s AI processor also provides better sound quality through LG’s AI Sound Pro feature, which allows the TV’s built-in speakers to produce virtual 7.1.2 surround sound, as it also sports Dolby Atmos.
Game optimization mode
LG claims that their new lineup is the brand’s first OLED TV to support NVIDIA G-SYNC® to complement your gaming experience.
NVIDIA G-SYNC is a display technology that delivers smooth and fast gaming. It works by synchronizing the display refresh rate with the GPU in a PC running GeForce GTX, eliminating input lag.
The evo OLED TV also has up to four HDMI ports that support multiple HDMI 2.1 inputs. HDMI 2.1 allows for higher resolutions like 8K and higher frame rates up to 120 fps (fps).
Resolution improves image clarity and sharpness, which means you can simply see more details and have less distance to the screen or a larger screen without noticing any pixels. .
There are also gaming features built into the LG OLED evo TV, where you can easily select and switch between game-specific features and display presets directly from the Game Optimiser’s menu. TELEVISION.
The Game Optimiser menu provides quick access to the new Darkroom Mode, which adjusts screen brightness for a better gaming experience when the lights are off.
All in all, this TV can perfectly become a full-sized screen in your living room, ideal for co-op games on the couch with friends or family.
New Smart TV Platform
Since the LG OLED evo series are smart TVs, they come with WebOS 22, LG’s latest Smart TV platform to provide users convenience through easier content discovery.
Through WebOS 22, you can also mirror content from one TV to another in your home using the Room To Room Share feature, allowing you to watch any content over Wi-Fi without the need for an additional set-top box. . You can also change channels through mirroring TV.
However, it appears that this content mirroring is limited to two TVs at a time (the original TV transmits the content and the TV mirrors it).
For large families, you’ll be glad to know that WebOS 22 also supports the ability to configure up to six different user profiles with their own personalization based on browsing patterns.
More screen sizes to choose from
The latest iteration of the LG OLED series introduces a range of larger sizes for its G2 and C2 series.
Featured with Polished Inline Gallery Design is the LG G2 series in 77- and 65-inch sizes. While the C2 series offers six different screen size choices, including 48, 55, 65, 77 and 83 inches, to fit any room.
The price of the evo OLED TV will start from RM 8,199 for the 48-inch C2 model, going up to RM 124,999 for the 88-inch 8K OLED TV, which was also revealed during the recent launch.
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