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LG 2023 OLED evo and QNED TVs are now available for pre-order

LG 2023 OLED evo and QNED TVs are now available for pre-order

There are devices with significantly increased brightness recommended specifically for gaming, but the range also includes models with a minimalist design that fits on the wall and looks like a work of art. With improved processors, devices have reached a new level in terms of displaying images and sound. For a limited time, LG is now offering a free Soundbar projector in addition to participating pre-order models.

With artificial intelligence for excellent picture and sound

LG’s 2023 OLED range also includes its latest G3 and C3 OLED evo series TVs, which deliver greater brightness and color accuracy than before, as well as crisp pictures and details thanks to OLED evo technology and the new sixth-generation α9 AI processor. This processor uses LG’s most advanced AI deep learning technology for great picture and sound quality: AI Picture Pro enables contents to be scaled up more efficiently than ever before. The module also includes image processing technology that identifies and enhances distinct objects in an image, such as people’s faces, to make them look more realistic on screen. In addition to fine-tuning the screen, the α9 AI processor powers LG’s AI Sound Pro technology – this function adjusts the TV’s sound according to room conditions, converting two-channel audio into virtual 7.1.2 surround sound, thus ensuring full surround acoustics.

New look, new functionality

This year’s LG OLED evo G3 series comes with a big improvement, namely LG’s own Brightness Booster Max technology. The development includes a new architecture for lighting control and brightness optimization algorithms, which can increase device screen brightness by up to 70 percent. Since the screen is made up of pixels that are capable of emitting independent light, high brightness does not affect the contrast or color accuracy of the displayed image. The LG 2023 G3 OLED evo features a unique one-wall design: this means that the TV fits easily on the wall without leaving a gap between the surface and the device.

Players can also find their accounts

With a 0.1ms response time, low input lag, and up to four HDMI 2.1a compatible ports, this year’s OLED evo TVs make your video gaming experience complete and comfortable. The latest devices have the Game Optimizer function, which allows users to easily select and switch between optimal game-specific settings, so that they can optimize display settings for each game genre. G-SYNC®, FreeSync Premium, and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) configurations are also easily accessible from the Game Optimizer menu. Users of this year’s LG OLED and QNED series 1 can now enjoy games in 4K resolution and up to 60 frames per second via the GeForce NOW cloud gaming service, without the need to download, install or use additional hardware. The service is currently available in Full HD at 60 frames per second on LG TVs running webOS 5.0 or later (on 2020-2022 models), while GeForce NOW 4K gaming support will be available later on 2022 TVs – it will be available for some models.

LG’s latest 2023 OLED and QNED models can be pre-ordered until May 31.

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