LG 2023

LG’s 2023 OLED TVs Will Be The First To Have Quick Media Switching VRR Using HDMI 2.1a

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LG has today announced its OLED lineup for 2023 including the C3, G3 and Z3 OLED TVs.

As far as gaming goes, a lot of the features that we’ve loved over the last few years including Game Optimiser and 0.1 millisecond response rate are still featured as well as the likes of G-Sync and FreeSync support, but there’s a new interesting featuring in the inclusion of Quick Media Switching VRR (QMS-VRR) which LG says it is the first to get certification for.

Basically, what this new feature will do is cut out the black screen that occurs when switching between sources or content, so you’ll instantly be able to switch between say your PS5 and Xbox Series X or PS5 and Apple TV (depending on their compliance).

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Outside of gaming features, the high-end G3 is definitely the stand-out, with LG improving brightness again thanks to its new LG Brightness Booster max technology as well a no-gap wall-mount.

The C3 seems to be more of the same outside of the new A9 AI Processor Gen6 which LG says will improve brightness and colour accuracy across the board, as well as virtual 9.1.2 surround sound from the TV’s build-in speaker systems.

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All three OLED Evo TVs will also include a new form of WebOS has a redesigned user interface. LG mentioned a feature called Quick Cards which will apparently offer easy access to the content and services that you use most. It will also have personalised recommendations for every person that uses the TV.

We’d expect that these TVs will make their way to Australia in roughly April/May going off previous years, so there’s still a good amount of time to grab a deal on the LG CS which honestly, is fantastic value for money. 

LG had previously revealed its high-end 2023 soundbar which will connect to all of these TVs via a bracket regardless of whether it’s being used on a stand or on the wall.