LG 2021 OLED TV upgrades to support 120Hz Dolby Vision HDR game display


LG TV Dolby Vision Gaming

LG TV Dolby Vision Gaming

Microsoft’s two game consoles, Xbox Series X and Series S, both support 4K Dolby Vision @120Hz output. The problem is that few TVs seem to support such high specifications. LG Announce, Their 2021 models of C1 and G1 series OLED TVs will have firmware upgrades to unblock 4K Dolby [email protected] display restrictions!

That is to say, the hardware of the C1 and G1 series has long indicated that it will support 4K Dolby [email protected] display, but there have been players earlier, including HDTV Test. Vincent Teoh All said that it failed to start successfully, and the TV will show that it fails to support the relevant specifications.Notice. LG later explained that they were still testing before, and are now ready to push it to users through the 03.15.27 version of the firmware, making C1 and G1 series OLED TVs the world’s first TV to support 4K Dolby Vision @120Hz display.

In addition to the above two models, the OLED Z1 series, QNED Mini LED QNED99 series, and NanoCell NANO99 series in 2021 will receive relevant updates in July. As for other 2021 and 2020 models, there will be 60Hz to 120Hz Dolby Vision HDR displays, but the 2019 models that are supported in the specifications are not mentioned.

Okay, now that the TV and console are ready, what about the game? In fact, there is no 4K 120Hz Dolby Vision game yet, so you can still wait a little longer.

LG OLED Game Dashboard

LG OLED Game Dashboard

In addition to the ultra-high specification display, LG’s firmware update actually includes other things, including the addition of the Game Dashboard in the picture above, a floating board that allows users to set up, and can work with the 2021 Game Optimizer. Fine-tune it in the display mode based on the game type. In addition, the status of black stabilizer, low latency and VRR will also be displayed.

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