LG’s OLED EX TVs produce 30% more brightness and thinner bezels than conventional OLEDs

29 December 2021
The company will showcase the new display panel technology at CES 2022.

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Anonymous, 01 Jan 2022Also it doesn't matter. Even with worn down organic le... moreBoth technologies have their strengths and weaknesses. LCD is more likely to keep on living side by side with micro LED, than OLED in it's current form.

OLED is weak at brightness and color volume compared to LCD. OLED also struggles with near black colors.
LCD is weak at backlight control and cannot obtain pixel level light control as OLED can, nor can it match the pixel response time.

For those who do not enjoy watching TV/streaming/movies etc in pitch black/dark room, the benefit of OLED disappear and LCD's advantage is clear.

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Burn-in will never be solved. You cannot stop organic from... moreAlso it doesn't matter. Even with worn down organic leds (5 years in owning an OLED TV) still looks way better than any LCD. Imagine not buying an OLED in fear that it will end up *still* way better than LCD.

LCDs are bought worn down and bad looking, oleds need at least a decade (of heavy use) to reach that level of suckiness. Imagine buying a screen that already looks worse than a heavily used OLED... Don't get the popularity of LCDs, it is a dead tech for TVs.

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Lol u living in the past holding on to your precious LCDThe new Hisense LCD TV is better for movies and shows in a dark room compared to LG OLED according to Rtings. But you don't even own them so ofcourse you'd say that

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021You've never had an OLED TV, right? Because you are ta... moreYou're lying. The newest Hisense LCD TV is better than the LG C1 for movies and shows, and that was in a dark room according to rtings.com. it would be much better in a well lit room.

Though for someone who games, the C1/G1 is better.

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Sharp has own factories. Own tech, way ahead of Boe and other. except, sharp is owned by foxconn, from taiwan, with displays made in china...

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Yes. Burn-in. Green tint. Pink line. Colour shift... moreYou think LCD panels are free from issues as well?

Ivo., 30 Dec 2021OLED = the best!even VA panels are great

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Yes. Burn-in. Green tint. Pink line. Colour shift... moreYou've never had an OLED TV, right? Because you are talking nonsense.
I have a couple of old LG OLEDs that are still performing great, and for movie watching are certainly much better than the newer Hisense LCD I have in a spare bedroom.

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Lol u living in the past holding on to your precious LCDIt's OK to prefer LCD, different people care about different things. If you upgrade TV's often, there's no need to worry about OLED's limited lifespan. But some people don't want to pollute more, while others simply don't care about new flashy stuff and are just fine with their existing TV's.

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Yes. Burn-in. Green tint. Pink line. Colour shift... moreLol u living in the past holding on to your precious LCD

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Ivo., 30 Dec 2021OLED = the best!Yes.

Burn-in.
Green tint.
Pink line.
Colour shift.
Uses 2x more power than LCD when white is displayed.
Limited lifespam.

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Sharp > LG > Samsung > Panasonic > chinese oled... moreSharp's TVs are mostly made by Hisense, a Chinese company. And Sharp as a company is no longer owned by Japanese after being bought by Foxconn.

OLED = the best!

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021Of course not, it‘s deep rooted in the technology itself. T... moreEven worse. Because they blue (one with more power) is first to "die".
This is why many oled screens turn red as days go by.

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Anon, 30 Dec 2021....and Sharp hires "chinese oled makers" to mak... moreSharp has own factories.
Own tech, way ahead of Boe and other.

Somehow, we're getting less brighter OLED TVs each generation...weird.

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Wow

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Good job. Lg

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Anonymous, 30 Dec 2021True I also didn‘t get the difference. I looked up what OLE... moreaccording to LG: Evo = deuterium + new green emitting layer + new T-con
but flashing G1 firmware on C1 unlocked "Evo" characteristics even though C1 didn't have the new T-con
The thing I just noticed: they are referring to "conventional OLEDs" when talking about the new EX so doing the math Evo = +20% over conventional OLEDs while EX = +30% over conventional OLEDs so EX is only around 10% brighter than the Evo I guess?
Well we'll only find out in 2023 since they start production in Q2'22 and probably don't let independent media test/measure the CES prototypes