When LG first launched OLED TV in Australia, the media/reviewers were all gobsmacked. Blacks were black, colours were natural, brightness/contrast was excellent. But that was in the days of pre 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision and content that demanded anything other than a good HD OLED panel to get the best image.
Screen real estate is a key driver not only in the office and design industries but now for gamers who want a more immersive experience. LG’s new 34”, 21:9 ratio, curved screen has been designed for gamers. But who wants them to have all the fun?
LG was the first to ship a phone with Android Nougat – its amazing new V20. It even beat Google’s Pixel to the punch.
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LOL. Read some history pal.
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