for blazing-fast gameplay
LG OLED TVs have individual self-lit pixels that ensure better image detail and faster response times.
This means there is less image blur when using connected game consoles. Get ready for the incredibly
seamless and immersive gaming experience of LG OLED TVs.
LG OLED joins forces with XBOX SERIES X
The world's first
G-SYNC compatible TV
LG OLED TVs employ the precision and control of individual self-lit pixels,
taking full advantage of the G-SYNC compatibility*. The partnership between LG and NVIDIA ensures games are played with fast response times.
LG OLED TVs have the ability to match the dynamic console refresh rates,
up to 4K resolution in standard dynamic range.
This reduces dreaded screen tearing and stuttering.
* NVIDIA G-SYNC is compatible with RTX 20 and GTX 16 graphics cards. Older GPUs will not support G-SYNC compatibility.
respond like lightning
By their nature, backlit LED-LCD TVs are slower to respond to changes, whereas LG OLED TVs
have individual self-lit pixels that rapidly change their state. The alpha9 gen3 processor powers fast
response time* and low input lag. When in Game Mode the screen latency, motion blur and ghosting
are reduced to barely discernible levels.
*Response time is how quickly it can change its pixels from gray-to-gray. Alpha9 gen3 processor not available on OLED BX models.
with LG OLED
Unlike movies and TV shows, video game frame rates rise and
fall while you play. If a TV can't match these changes,
you get image tearing — a visible distortion that comes from the
difference between the game frame rate and TV frame rate. That's why LG OLED TVs support VRR* and ALLM* along with HDMI 2.1.
This delivers fast motion transitions and seamless gameplay up to
120fps at 4K resolution.
*4K@230Hz, eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel),
VRR(variable Refresh Rate) and ALLM(Auto Low Latency Mode) with HDMI 2.1
*Test Specifications: 2.1d (with HDCP, FRL 12G), CEC, ARC, eARC, 6G, HBR, 4K)