General Manager, Home Entertainment, TV Division, LG Electronics West Africa, Mr. Mike Ahn, has reiterated his commitment to offer the latest OLED TVs specs for gaming and cinema experience to their customers across the globe.
Ahn, who made this known during a virtual meeting, noted that these set of OLED TVs were designed to deliver stunning picture quality and innovative design with upgraded performance and artificial intelligence-enabled features that bring movies, sports and video games to life never imagined.
According to him, “Imagine what’s possible when the most innovative TV meets the fastest and most powerful console games like Xbox Series X etc. Rapid response time, smooth graphics and enhanced immersion with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos on supporting TVs are some of the new features that serious gamers and TV lovers look out for these days.
“Leading the next generation of OLED TVs innovation, LG Electronics, the world leader in OLED TVs, has continued to raise the bar in delivering LG OLED models that offer new art-inspired GX Gallery series, CX and classic Real 8K models.
“At LG, we understand that frame rates can often change throughout a game. If a TV can’t match these changes, you get image tearing and blurring. That’s why LG OLED TVs support Variable Refresh Rate, VRR, and Auto Low Latency Mode, ALLM, and are certified as HDMI 2.1 — reducing motion blur with fast motion transitions and seamless gameplay up to 120fps, and at the highest resolution”, he explained.
As LG continues to champion E-Sport development in Nigeria, gamers are enthusiastic about gaming tournaments all over the country. LG Electronics, a brand known for providing innovative products globally, started its OLED Gaming Competition in 2018 during the last World Cup and since then has been at the forefront of driving E-Sports development in Nigeria.
In 2019, regional tournaments were held across Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt and Ibadan with the grand finale in Lagos. The brand is not resting on its oars as the first phase of the 2020/21 championship started in November 2020 with cities such as Lagos, Ibadan, Port Harcourt and Abuja producing a winner each and will engage each other in the grand finale in Lagos.
LG continues to work with gaming industry leader; NVIDIA to make LG OLED TV the only G-SYNC compatible TV. LG OLED TVs use the precision and control of individual self-lit pixels to take full advantage of G-SYNC compatibility, allowing fast response time and smoother gaming experience in high resolution.
LG has joined some of the biggest developers and tech companies in gaming to ensure the best HDR gaming experience. Combined with the picture quality provided by self-lit pixels, HGiG delivers graphics that best match the specifications and performance levels of your TV.
The South Korean company was the first TV manufacturer in the world to introduce HDMI 2.1 features to TVs with wider support than its competitors. It pioneered the feature last year and this year every LG 2021 OLED TV comes with ALLM and eARC while most models will also support VRR.
Other TV makers have attempted to follow its footsteps only to fall behind particularly regarding HDMI port compatibility according to HDMI 2.1 standard.
LG OLED has solidified its top position among gaming TVs based on its inherent technological superiority and continued effort to respond to consumer needs in a timely manner with the latest features to pair with gaming consoles and devices.
With LG Game Optimiser, all game settings are in one place. It provides optimised settings for various game genres including FPS, RPG and RTS. You can access everything in one place for greater control over picture and sound settings. You can also toggle VRR, NVIDIA G-SYNC, and AMD Free Sync™ technologies. This added control ensures that all your games will be clear and smooth with less lag, stutter and tearing.
With stellar picture quality and newly added gaming features, LG’s latest TVs are ideal for serious gamers, delivering the most seamless, immersive big screen gaming experience available anywhere.
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