LG has unveiled two new premium displays. The UltraGear 45GR95QE OLED gaming monitor and the UltraFine Display Ergo AI auto-adjusting monitor will be making their debut at IFA 2022 in Berlin.
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Corsair has announced the Xeneon Flex 45WQHD240 OLED. Developed with LG Display, the bendable 45-inch ultrawide OLED gaming monitor promises excellent black levels and response times.
LG Display's new OLED TV technology, OLED.EX, brings the most lifelike images, brighter light, accurate color expression, and improved overall display performance to its OLED TV displays.
A new report alleges that LG and AU Optronics are designing new high refresh rate panels reaching 480Hz and are planned for release in 2023. The current best is a 360Hz ROG G-SYNC monitor from ASUS.
Samsung says it won't be buying OLEDs from LG. The rumor began in April and has been going around since. The Samsung official further added that its QLEDs are already better than LG's OLEDs anyway.
Ahead of CES, LG Display has introduced new OLED displays for TVs, which are 20% more efficient. The company will also be introducing two new display sizes for OLED TVs later this year.
LG Display has announced a new 48-inch OLED display meant for gaming ahead of this year's CES. The display can bend up to a 1,000R radius and features variable refresh rates up to 120Hz.
Samsung Display and LG Display will stop supplying Huawei with display panels from later this month when the U.S. export ban comes into effect. It is unclear if BOE display will also follow suit.
LG Display has made some announcements ahead of CES 2020. The company will show off a variety of displays for the home, airplanes, and more. For homes, there's a ceiling-mounted rollable display.
The world's largest maker of PCs isn't planning on being outdone by Microsoft; according to a new report, it is also hard at work on crafting a foldable tablet, much like the rumoured Andromeda.
Samsung's stint as the sole supplier of flexible OLED panels for Apple's iPhone lineup may be coming to a close as the Cupertino tech giant has reportedly picked LG Display as the secondary source.
Following Samsung and BOE, LG Display has reportedly started production of foldable OLED displays amidst claims that it has teamed up with "a global OEM" to release a foldable mobile product in 2019.
Microsoft's Panos Panay, took to Twitter today thanking LG's display wing for a hinged, dual-display device that is almost certainly a tease for the company's fabled Surface Phone.
Apple could release more handsets this year utilizing AMOLED displays. Because of this, the firm has reportedly contracted LG Display to supply 20 percent of its total order of displays.
One of the benefits of going to CES is getting a good look at new tech. Some of that tech isn't necessarily for sale, but just looks mighty impressive. LG offered that this year with its OLED Canyon.
LG has teased the world's first TV that can roll up like a piece of paper and hideaway. The device is a 65-inch 4k OLED panel that will be showcased at CES along with many of its other products.
LG Display has announced that it will be giving the attendees at CES next week a glimpse of the world's first 88-inch 8K OLED display. The company hasn't yet announced its price or other details.
LG has set a new record with its flexible 77-inch OLED display. The display is part of a project with South Korea's government, which will see it being used in all types of new unique applications.
The bright colours of OLED will soon dominate our phones, as most upcoming phones are set to make the switch from LCD. LG has a big hill to climb in the competition to produce OLEDs against Samsung.
It's been revealed that Google has offered at least $880m to LG Display to ensure a stable supply of OLED displays, for use on its upcoming Pixel smartphones, expected to be released this year.
LG Display's CEO has confirmed that the company will be providing LCD panels to its hometown rival, Samsung. The executive claims that supply will begin in the "early second half" of 2017.
Microsoft, Google, and Apple all share a common interest in the practicality of foldable screens. The tech giants have reportedly partnered with LG Display for upcoming foldable OLED displays.
LG has shown off an incredible 111-inch OLED which is dual-curved and - despite being just a few millimeters thick - it can also show different videos on both the front and back at the same time.