LG has announced its first bendable OLED TV that functions as either a completely flat or curved display. LG OLED Flex (Model LX3) 42-inch OLED TV that leans into a curved (900R) TV thanks to LG’s latest display technology. Curved displays are suitable for a more immersive gaming experience, while flat screen TVs are better for watching broadcast or streaming services.
LG OLED Flex owners can automatically bend and adjust the TV to its curved mode using a dedicated button on the TV remote. (unlike some morphing monitors which must be adjusted manually) are two presets or owners can adjust the performance curve in five percent increments through 20 different levels.
LG is actually marketing its 42-inch bendable display to gamers, thanks to a number of features that console or PC gamers will find appealing. The LX3 supports Dolby Vision gaming at 4K 120Hz, and includes all the latest HDMI 2.1 features like variable refresh rate (VRR) and auto low latency mode (ALLM). LG is also supporting Nvidia’s G-Sync or AMD’s FreeSync technologies to reduce bursts and stutter during games.
This TV certainly looks like a giant monitor, and there’s even a height-adjustable stand that lets you tilt the display toward or away from you. There are also gaming modes that let you reduce the 42-inch display to 32- or 27-inch size if you don’t want to play some games at the full size of the TV. LG also has a built-in Games app that includes custom screensavers and shortcuts to Twitch and YouTube.
Gamers can also use LG’s Multi View mode to view content from two different sources at the same time. So, you can use the LG Flex to play PC or console games, while at the same time watching streamed YouTube videos from a phone to a TV.
LG is one of the first to introduce a truly bendable OLED TV. Corsair just announced it 45 inch bendable gaming monitorand Chinese TV makers Skyworth announced Its own flexible transforming TV last year. If you’re struggling to choose between a flat or curved monitor or TV, manufacturers are clearly gearing up for TVs and monitors that can offer both modes.
LG hasn’t released pricing, nor a release date, for its new LG OLED Flex TVs. The LG Flex will be on display at IFA in Germany this week. We’ll take a closer look at this new bendable TV once it opens at IFA later this week.
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