In total, there will be two OLED 8K TVs ranging from 77″-88″, five 4K OLED TVs ranging from 55″-77″ (sadly, the 48″ 4K OLED that a lot of gamers were looking forward to won’t be hitting Australia), four Nanocell 8K TVs ranging from 65″-75″, eight Nanocell 4K TVs ranging from 55″-86″ and LG’s new line of 4K OLED Gallery TVs that are 55″-77″ in size.
There’s big improvements for gamers with Nvidia G-Sync being available on the ZX, GX, CX and BX OLED models. A new Filmmaker mode will adjust the picture, automatically turning off motion smoothing so that you can enjoy films how they were intended. The TVs also support Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmoas. The brand new A9 Gen 3 AI processor will help bring you a better picture than ever. For instance, it can upscale content to 4K/8K and automatically adjust brightness/contrast to bring you the best image. As with last year’s models, you’ll get Apple AirPlay 2, Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and HomeKit built in.