Ever since LG displayed its first rollable OLED TV at CES 2019, and perhaps even before then, the vision of these flexible displays was that they could encompass any curved surface to provide a display with a vivid color profile in line with state-of-the-art OLED technology. At the time, this meant watches and other such wearables, but as LG has promoted these flexible displays a lot for TV, it made sense that at some point they would come up with a curved display for gaming. The trick is to make it work for both TV and gaming. One of the first announcements for this year’s remote CES show is that LG’s latest flexible display is a 48-inch model that can be used flat for regular...
Samsung's Note20 Ultra Variable Refresh Rate Display Explained
In August 2020, Samsung launched the new Note20 Ultra – an interesting device that we have on our review test bed. It's safe to say that over the last...43 by Andrei Frumusanu on 9/8/2020
LG’s E9, C9 & B9 OLED TVs to Get NVIDIA G-Sync via Firmware Update
Back in September, LG and NVIDIA teamed up to enable G-Sync variable refresh rate support on select OLED televisions. Starting this week and before the end of the year...37 by Anton Shilov on 11/1/2019
HDMI Forum Demonstrates HDMI 2.1 VRR Capabilities on Samsung TV
Dynamic refresh rate technologies like AMD’s FreeSync and NVIDIA’s G-Sync have become de-facto standards for gaming PCs and displays. Last year the HDMI Forum introduced a more industry-standard approach...46 by Anton Shilov on 6/20/2018