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LG may announce new 27-inch and 32-inch OLED displays at CES 2023

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LG may be working to deliver the best visual experience on the market on smaller screens produced by the “Display” division. According to website information Hankookithe South Korean is preparing the mass production of OLED panels with sizes as low as 27 and 32 inches from November 2022.

Among the OLED screens used in high-end cell phones and TVs, the company seems to have gotten enough demand to start its own screen production. Currently, its displays with this technology — such as the LG UltraFine Display OLED Pro — use panels made by Japan-based JOLED.

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The new 27-inch and 32-inch monitors equipped with OLED screens from LG Display may be presented in early 2023possibly during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2023, which will take place between January 5th and 8th.

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Currently, the smallest panel with LG technology is found in the 42-inch OLED42C2 TV, which arrived in Europe with a suggested price of R$ 6,999. The purpose of the model is to serve as an option that combines excellent image quality to consume videos and good fluidity for gamers who do not want to pay very high amounts.

Of course, in this segment, the manufacturer must face a lot of competition from its South Korean rival. One of the competitors will be the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8, which measures 34 inches and offers a refresh rate of 175 Hz. LG has also hinted at a 20-inch OLED display, but there is no information on that model yet.

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