The Korean manufacturer's advanced gaming screen is expected to be officially launched at the next CES show
We are approaching, slowly but surely, the day when bright and rich OLED screens will be a real alternative in every category, from the most compact smartphones (where their popularity is already rising) to the largest TVs in the living room. One of the companies that are helping to advance this intriguing technology revolution is LG, Which is responsible for several of theOLED The most competitive in the global market and here in Israel - but sometimes good things require waiting and patience, so we will have to understand the reports that a new model for luxury and advanced gaming will be delayed and presented to the public only somewhere early next year.
Today, LG's OLED families (as well as other players such as Sony and Philips) are starting their way with a 48-inch diagonal size, which can fit well into relatively small living rooms but will be too large to replace a computer screen in a study or bedroom in most cases . Reports from recent months have claimed that the major Korean manufacturer is working hard to expand its OLED offering with more compact 42-inch models that can fit wonderfully into relatively small rooms, and also reduce the entry price threshold into the world of this modern display technology - but now There are updates That an official launch scheduled for September or October of the current year will be postponed to an exhibition CES 2022, Scheduled to take place in early January 2022.
The reasons for the delay in the plans are unclear, but it seems that LG is now planning to add the new minimum size to a family of updated OLED TVs that will be shown all at once, with 4K resolutions including HDMI 2.1 support with VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), support HDR with Dolby Vision, FreeSync Premium support andG-SYNC And support for display speeds of up to 120 Hz, with the goal of getting the most out of PlayStation 5 andXbox Series X - although it is likely that thePC Will not be too opposed to these advanced features.
OLED TVs LG Can now be purchased at a minimum price of a little over NIS 4,500 (for the common 55-inch size). How much do you think this pleasure will cost us in 2022? Feel free to talk about it in the comments.