LG produces some of our favorite gaming TVs on the market, not just because devices like LG OLED48CX TVs provide up to 4k resolution at 120Hz. Our appreciation of LG screens is largely due to OLED technology that provides them with the deep blacks we know and love. However, one disadvantage of all OLED TVs is their limited size range, so LG is seeking to change this with the 2022 screen range.
As part of its CES presentation, LG announces new OLED TV The smallest size of 42 inches and the largest 97-inch screen ever.The smallest OLED TV used to be 48 inches, and the largest 88-inch TV, also supports 8k resolution. These new screens only cover 4k, which actually seems to be a blessing considering the available content and the potential price of the panel. In addition, the new A9 processor in the LG 2022 TV series has been improved in terms of 4k upgrades, which will also bring better image quality.
LG’s newly launched 97-inch monster will become part of the G2 series, which has better brightness and thermal management compared with other models of TVs. This is part of the company’s high-end product line, which is not surprising considering the size of the house you need to accommodate it. Fortunately, it also offers smaller 83, 77, 65, and 55-inch products, but the price is not yet listed.
The smaller 42-inch OLED is considered the C2 model, which is the next generation in LG’s popular C TV series, although it may not use the same Evo panel as the larger screen. In addition to the new micro 42-inch, these models will also be available in 83, 77, 65, 55 and 48-inch variants.
It is said that the weight of the new C2 TV is almost half of the C1 model. As someone who owns and has to mount the C1 to the wall, this should be the real headline news. These TVs are as thin as a blade in some places, and when we lift it up, I can see my bow. The side even cut into my hand. But playing games looks great, especially LG supports Nvidia GeForce Now, so I might use a better PC than I own. These new TVs have added some extra touches for gamers, such as an improved game dashboard and more picture modes. I hope we can tell you the real situation by hand.
Now, we will have to wait for more information about further specifications and pricing, which and LG’s other new displays (such as the strange 16:18 ratio screen) become clearer at CES.