LG C2 OLED EVO 42" With New Stand
LG C2 OLED EVO 42" With New Stand

LG’s New 2022 C2 OLED Now Uses The Brighter Evo Panel And There’s Now A 42″ Model For The Perfect Gaming Monitor

Following on from Samsung yesterday, LG has today announced its 2022 line-up of TVs including the new C2/G2 model OLED TVs. LG is rolling out its brighter EVO model to both the C2 and G2 this year (previously it was only available in the more expensive G1 line).

The brand new C2 range will be available in 42″, 48″, 55″, 65″, 77″ and 83″. The G2 gallery line will be available in 55″, 65″, 77″ and 83″. The brighter Evo panel will available in select C2 models whilst the G2 series will be even brighter again through improved heat dissipation and an advanced algorithm. As reminder the G2 line will also feature a flush-to-the-wall gallery design as well as thinner bezels.

LG C2 OLED Evo With New Stand
LG C2 OLED Evo With New Stand

All of these new OLED TVs will feature the new A9 Gen 5 processor which will enhance upscaling performance. LG AI Sound Pro will enable the built in TV speakers to produce 7.1.2 surround sound. There will also be a new UX on the 2022 line of TVs which will include personal profiles so viewers can have a custom experience based on viewing history.

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When it comes to new gaming features, you’ll be able to flick between game specific features and display presets right from the Game Optimiser menu. There will also be a new Dark Room mode which will adjust the screen brightness once the lights are off.

The New 2022 LG G2 Evo Model
The New 2022 LG G2 Evo Model

Following on from last year, LG will also release a new QNED Mini LED line. It’s unclear how this will improve from last year’s line.

it’s expected that these TVs will start hitting stores in August, with more information to come in the coming months. We’ll let you know once we have more information. It’s set to be an interesting year in TVs with not a whole lot of change, but both Samsung and LG’s TV lines getting that little bit better with improvements across the board.

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