WebOS becomes smarter and LG's 2023 OLED TVs are once more brighter
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WebOS becomes smarter and LG’s 2023 OLED TVs are once more brighter

The G3 replaces the G2 and “incorporates brand-new light control architecture and light-boosting algorithms to increase brightness by up to 70 per cent,”  according to LG. That figure is in relation to “conventional” OLED, like the B2 series from last year, so don’t anticipate a 70% increase over the G2. It will, however, be brighter than the G2. However, it will most certainly be outperformed by Mini LED LCD TV brightness champions such as the Hisense U8H, although LG is making strides toward closing the gap. The G-series is already LG’s most stylish and aesthetically pleasing TV, and with the G3, the firm says there is “no visible gap when wall mounted.”

The C3 OLED will ultimately be the LG TV that the majority of people purchase for the best mix of performance and affordability, even if the G3 could be fancier and brighter if last year’s trend continues. It has the same extensive HDMI 2.1a compatibility as the G3 and may benefit from some image improvements of its own, although these will primarily be due to improved processing. LG attributes this to their latest 9 AI Processor Gen6 processor. Here’s the sales pitch: