We are used, especially with the increase in the resolution of televisions and monitors, to an increase in screen diagonals. Something LG has in mind to change, by launching a model with an OLED panel of smaller dimensions and whose launch will be postponed by a few weeks, so that it is not integrated into the models launched in 2021
Lately, we’ve seen how the trend for screen sizes has started to change. Ahora vemos modelos sobre las 40 pulgadas con resoluciones 4K, no nos limitamos a paneles de más de 50 pulgadas, pero todos con paneles LCD LED y el próximo salto lo veremos en los paneles OLED, con un modelo de LG que veríamos en el CES 2022 January.
Compact size, companion to the new consoles
LG Electronics is the largest manufacturer of OLED panels and plans to release an OLED model to be shown at CES 2022 in Las Vegas. A launch that has been postponed from the dates originally planned.
And it is that in January, [LG anunció que comenzaría a producir paneles OLED de 42 pulgadas](http://www.lgdisplay.com/eng/prcenter/newsView?articleMgtNo=5299 (to start implementing them on their TVs in mid-2021. And if we go through the manufacturer’s catalog, we see how currently the most compact no less than 48 inches.
According to FlatPanels and based on statements to the Korea Economic Daily, LG will showcase a new TV model with a 42-inch OLED panel at CES 2022 in January. A TV that would arrive focused on complementing the next generation consoles, the PlayStation 5 and the Xbox Series X, having an HDMI 2.1 port and compatibility, as in the rest of the OLED TVs of 2021, with 4K at 120 fps, HDR10 and Dolby Vision support, HDMI VRR support, AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync compatible.
In fact LG is not the first manufacturer to bet on a similar movement when looking at consoles, although it is the first to do so by betting on OLED panels and in a more compact format. And it is that Sony has on the market the Sony XH 90, a model that we have already analyzed and which focuses, on diagonals ranging from 55 to 85 inches, to complement the PlayStation 5.
LG currently has models in its OLED TV catalog ranging from 88 inches for its 8K OLED to 48 inches for its smaller series. In the middle are models of 55, 65 or 77 inches, all with more generous diagonals than those seen in the new model which will arrive, all the way, in 2022.
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