The C1 and G1 series will also receive a new version of LG’s Sound Pro. This feature will virtual upmix 5.1.2 surround sound to the TV’s built-in speakers and automatically level the volumes when you change channels.
The new OLEDs will also be powered by LG’s latest webOS 6.0 smart platform. Like us detailed earlier, the updated software has a new user interface and supports NFC remote pairing. In addition, a new version of ThinQ AI offers more voice command control than before via Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa.
LG also promises a better gaming experience through a new gaming optimizer, along with features like 1 millisecond response time, low input lag, and four HDMI 2.1 ports. All C1 and G1 models also support G-Sync, FreeSync, and a variable refresh rate.
LG will reveal more about its full C1 and G1 series rosters at its CES press conference later, but you can expect 55- and 65-inch models in both series, as well as a 77-inch G1. inch and 48 and 83- C1 inch models. LG also revealed that its Mini-LED QNED The range will be available in sizes from 65 to 86 inches.