LG G4 OLED - release date, specs, and everything we know


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Recent leaks surrounding the LG C4 and LG G4 have ignited a wave of excitement among tech enthusiasts and potential buyers alike. With anticipation running high, many are eager to uncover the release date and specifications of the LG G4 OLED TV.

Last year, LG's Product Manager for OLED TVs emphasized a commitment to creating the best gaming TVs. LG G4 seems to deliver on this promise, tailoring specifically to the needs and expectations of the gaming community.

In this guide, we will delve into the release date, specifications, and all the exciting details surrounding this cutting-edge OLED TV.

LG G4 OLED predicted release date

LG hasn't announced the release date for the LG G4 OLED TV yet. However, the OLED TV is set to be unveiled at CES 2024 in January. This suggests a possible release in early 2024, likely in Q1.

The LG G3, which is the model preceding the LG G4, was unveiled at CES 2023 in January and then launched in March of that year. Assuming LG follows this pattern with the G4, its release could be expected around March 2024.

Similarly, the LG C4 release date is also anticipated to align with March 2024, offering consumers another exciting option in the world of premium OLED TVs.

LG G4 OLED specs

LG G4 OLED TV
Screen Size
55",65",77",83", and 97"
Panel Technology
MLA OLED | 97" - WOLED
Max Refresh Rate
144Hz | 97" - 120Hz
Processor
α (Alpha) 11 AI processor

The LG G4, excluding the 97-inch model, impressively supports 144Hz variable refresh rate (VRR) over HDMI. Meanwhile, the 97-inch variant is limited to a 120Hz refresh rate.

With its 144Hz refresh rate, LG G4 OLED TV appears to be specifically aimed at PC gamers. This move towards a higher refresh rate places LG in direct competition with models like the Samsung S90C and S95C, which also boast 144Hz capabilities.

The new α11 AI processor boasts a 70% increase in graphics performance and 30% faster processing speed than its predecessors. Moreover, the LG G4, excluding the 97-inch model, will feature 2nd-gen MLA OLED panels for enhanced brightness and efficiency.

And that covers everything about the LG G4 OLED TV. If you're in search of a gaming TV, allow us to introduce you to our curated selection of the best 4K 120Hz gaming TVs.

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