For 2021, LG isn’t overhauling its popular line of OLED TVs. Instead, it’s addressing one of the most common complaints with the technology: peak brightness.
With its more expensive G-series of OLED TVs, announced during CES 2021, LG is promising better overall brightness levels with what it’s calling OLED Evo. This should, in theory, make picture quality better in brightly lit rooms, where the lower brightness levels of OLED vs. LCD struggled.
LG isn’t including this with its new C-series line, the follow-up to arguably one of the most popular TVs series around the launch of the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5. The new C1 comes in various sizes, including 48″, 55″, and 65″, and features a refreshed panel, LG’s new 6.0 webOS, and a more powerful a9 internal processor to help power this year’s iteration of AI picture enhancements.
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