As is an annual tradition for the company, LG is using CES as a venue to share the first details on its 2022 TV lineup. A lot as last year, the company touts improved brightness as one of the main reasons for buying its 2022 sets. That’s because LG’s lower-priced C2 range this year will also include “evo” panel technology, which the company debuted in 2021. In addition, LG claims that its new Alpha 9 Gen 5 AI processors will help increase luminance even further through a smarter algorithm and better heat dissipation. These chips will also improve upscaling performance and provide 7.1.2 virtual surround sound up-mixing, according to LG.
The new OLEDs are shipped with the latest version of LG’s webOS operating system. The updated software has support for custom profiles so you can customize the menu for quick access to your favorite streaming services. When you create a profile, you will also receive personalized content recommendations and notifications about your favorite sports teams.
Another new webOS feature allows you to mirror what you see on a second LG TV. That way, the company says you can watch cable and satellite content on two TVs without an extra set-top box. It’s hard to say how useful this feature will prove, because if you have more than one TV in your house, there’s a good chance your family will not agree on what to watch.
Out-of-the-box, LG’s 2022 TV line will support the new products in the smart home industry matter Standard so you can control appliances, lights, and thermostats from the TVs. LG promises thanks to its updated. also a better gaming experience Game optimizer. The company is adding additional features and preset switches to the menu to make them easier to access when needed. As before, all G2 and C2 sets support G-Sync, FreeSync and variable refresh rates. HDMI 2.1 is also standard across the product range.
LG hasn’t announced the pricing yet, but what we’re doing is that the G2 series will consist of 55-, 65-, and 75-inch models. The company will also offer two new 83- and 97-inch devices. The cheaper C2 series will consist of a total of six models, including a new 42-inch format which, according to LG, is ideal for console and PC games. The rest of the C2 range consists of 48-, 55-, 65-, 77- and 83-inch sets. LG also plans to expand its QNED TV lineup for 2022. These kits will incorporate the company’s Quantum Dot NanoCell technology and offer 100 percent color volume.
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