LG has unveiled its latest lineup of OLED Evo series TV at CES 2023, including the Z3, G3 and C3. The new televisions from LG are claimed to provide better brightness, colour accuracy, and detail. They are said to be available in various size options across all three models.
All three TV lineups, including Z3, G3 and C3 series, are powered by the LG a9 AI processor Gen 6, which is claimed to utilise AI-assisted learning to improve picture and sound quality based on important aspects. It is also said to help with surround sound virtualisation through the television’s own speaker system.
LG says that the new TVs are brighter than the previous generation, with pixel-level brightness mapping. Further, all of the new televisions feature support for high dynamic range content up to the Dolby Vision format, as well as Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio formats for enhanced viewing and listening experience.
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On software side of things, the webOS platform, LG’s proprietary operating system for its Smart TVs, is said to feature a revamped user interface, a bouquet of personalisation options, and more. Moreover, it will include an HDMI 2.1a compliance that will help the TVs with fast response time, variable refresh rate, and other features designed to take advantage of the current-generation gaming consoles.
Apart from that, the new televisions from LG can generally be expected to offer better processing and overall picture and sound performance, compared to their predecessors, such as the LG C2. These TVs are expected to be showcased at the CES 2023 event while availability and pricing details are yet to be disclosed.