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Is the LG 42-inch LED TV compatible with video games and will it be released in 2022?  - Multiplayer.it

Is the LG 42-inch LED TV compatible with video games and will it be released in 2022? – Multiplayer.it

LG Let’s start new ones 42 inch OLED TV Especially suitable for video games 2022As the Korean publication Korea Economic Daily reported, so it is not an official source but may be well known.

On the other hand, it is the same source that Samsung recently provided on QD-Display TVs with QD-OLED technology, so it seems that Korean companies have trouble making such displays.

This is not the first time we have talked about a 42-inch OLED display: the new cut has already emerged in the course CES 2021, Referred to as a project under development on the LG Display, to be included in the 83-inch format already used by other companies.

Moving towards Small forms It is the most recent, 48 inches officially introduced last year and is still rarely widespread, but highly requested by some general public. Of these the Gamers, For those looking for smaller cuts to use for “desk” workstations, the 48 inches is still a little wider.

In response to this need, the new 42-inch OLED TVs will be the best, really LG’s idea Improve them Maximum for use with video games. According to Korean sources, the launch of these shots was already planned for the second half of 2021, but by 2022 everything was falling apart.

At this time, the presentation may take place live on CES 2022, which is expected in January. No official features yet, but the new 42-inch OLEDs are almost certain to have 4K Ultra HD resolution and possibly features HDMI 2.1, 120 Hz and with support for VRR, G-Sync and FreeSync, similar to current CX and C1 models.

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Dolby Vision is likely to be available in 4K and 120 Hz, introduced this year with firmware updates and the Xbox Series X | S.