LG has unveiled the latest OLED 48CX TV, which is aimed at both gamers and movie buffs. The 48-inch 4K webOS-based smart television costs Rs 1,99,990 and comes with Nvidia G-Sync and other gaming-focused features. Here’s what you need to hear about LG’s new television.
LG OLED 48CX TV features and specifications
LG’s OLED 48CX TV is the company’s first gaming monitor with a larger 48-inch screen. The large size would support both new and seasoned players by providing a large and immersive gaming experience. Nvidia G-Sync is used in the LG OLED48CX TV to enable sensitive display quality when gaming. LG says that this delivers a consistent viewing experience free of weeping and stuttering.
LG’s Alpha 9 Gen 3 processor, which the company claims provides a balanced sound effect through AI Acoustic Tuning and supports gaming-focused features including higher frame rate, VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), and eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel), all of which meet HDMI 2.1 requirements.
When a compatible console is connected to the TV, ALLM automatically selects the low-lag gaming mode, and VRR dynamically matches the TV’s refresh rate to the frame rate being output by the console. Other features include a Sports Notifications feature that provides users with real-time feedback on their favourite sports news and game updates, resulting in a seamless sports viewing experience.
Dolby Vision IQ and Atmos are also included, which optimise Dolby Vision content on the user’s TV based on the brightness of the environment. Support for Google Assistant, Alexa, Apple AirPlay 2, and HomeKit are also included. The TV also has a two-way wireless sound system that allows users to connect Bluetooth headphones or soundbars to the TV wirelessly.
LG OLED 48CX TV Pricing and availability
The LG OLED 48CX TV costs Rs 1,99,990, and interested customers can find a local store on the LG India website.