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LG at IFA 2022: curved TV goes flat, world’s largest OLED screen and more

LG arrived in Berlin with suitcases full of IFA 2022 advertisements. We managed to find a few of them in recent days, because the South Koreans, according to their habit, released their new products bit by bit. Therefore, we take the opportunity to collect the most important announcements of the company in one article.

In the following lines you will find the most notable products presented by LG at IFA 2022. From OLED displays of impressive size to high refresh rate gaming monitors, not to mention some other pretty crazy releases like the new adjustable screen TV. curvature and more.

LG 97G2, the world’s largest OLED TV, debuts at IFA 2022

The first thing to mention is that LG will be using its presence at IFA 2022 to unveil the 97G2, the world’s largest OLED TV. In fact, its full name is LG OLED evo Gallery Edition TV model 97G2. But it’s impossible to remember him like that.

The device has a 97-inch screen and will be available very soon and will go on sale in some markets. The South Korean company has not yet revealed in which countries it will be available or what its price will be, but promises information in the coming weeks.

LG used its presence at IFA 2022 to ensure it remains the “clear leader” in the global premium TV market, holding its position at the top of the sales list for nine consecutive years.

In the specific case of the 97G2, the South Koreans explained that the TV displays vivid images and creates an immersive experience thanks to evo OLED technology combined with advanced image algorithms and the Alpha 9 Gen5 artificial intelligence processor.

The UltraGear 45GR95QE is a curved OLED monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate.

LG IFA 2022
Gaming monitors are also taking their place at IFA 2022 and LG has unveiled a very interesting new product. The 45-inch UltraGear 45GR95QE Site is the first of its kind from the brand as it comes with a curved OLED display and a 240Hz refresh rate.

The device has an aspect ratio of 21:9 and a resolution of WQHD 3440 x 1440 pixels. It also supports DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.1, the latter of which uses Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) which is always appreciated by gaming enthusiasts.

Another important thing to note about LG’s new curved OLED monitor is that in addition to its 240Hz refresh rate, it boasts 98.5% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space.

UltraFine Display Ergo AI, a monitor that automatically adjusts its position


In addition to offerings from gamers, LG also unveiled the UltraFine Ergo AI display at IFA 2022. This is a monitor designed for an industrial environment that can be used in a variety of situations by automatically adjusting its height and position so that the user does not remain in one position for a long period of time. .

It has a camera that constantly analyzes the person’s posture in front of the screen, and thanks to artificial intelligence, it can make subtle but very useful changes. The monitor includes three tracking and optimization modes and is capable of changing the height of the screen from 0 to 160 millimeters, as well as tilting it 20 ° up or down.

In addition to ergonomics, UltraFine Display Ergo AI features a 31.5-inch IPS panel with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. It also has a 60Hz refresh rate and covers 95% of the DCI-P3 color space.

LG OLED Flex is the first OLED TV that can change its curvature

LG IFA 2022
Another novelty from LG at IFA 2022 was the presentation of OLED Flex, its first 42-inch OLED TV with a flexible screen. The South Korean brand is promoting it as a gaming item, and for good reason.

The strong point of this equipment is that it can be used either completely horizontally or the curvature of the screen can be adjusted using a dedicated button on the remote control. A feature that the firm already showed off in early 2021 at CES.

The LG OLED Flex comes with two default curvature settings, or users can choose to manually adjust by 5% at a time in 20 different levels. The Asian company claims that the maximum curvature of its flexible screen TV is similar to the curved 900R fixed monitor.

Another interesting point, the device allows you to resize the image so that it takes up only part of the screen. This allows you to play as if you were using a 27″ or 32″ monitor. In terms of image quality, it uses the same technology as the 97G2 and supports Dolby Vision for 4K gaming at 120fps. But that’s not all. It works with VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) thanks to the adoption of the HDMI 2.1 standard, and also supports NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync technologies.

A commitment to simplifying the smart home is also present at IFA 2022.


While it’s not specifically about a new product launch, it’s worth noting. Before the start of IFA 2022, LG announced its membership in the Home Connectivity Alliance (HCA). It is an alliance between various companies aimed at making it easier for smart home devices to interact.

It was created this year and already enjoys the support of other big names in the sector. In addition to LG, these are Samsung, Electrolux and General Electric through GE Appliances.

As the South Koreans explained, joining the Home Connectivity Alliance, among other things, will allow users to use the LG ThinQ application to control home appliances from other brands. At IFA 2022, LG is expected to demonstrate efforts to ensure compatibility between connected devices from different companies.

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