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LG announces 48-inch CX OLED TV is coming to Australia – and its perfect for gamers


LG has announced its new 48-inch CX 4K OLED TV – ideal for gamers and customers who want to experience the quality of OLED but don’t want a larger screen – will go on sale in Australia in September.

The LG 48-inch CX 4K OLED TV was unveiled in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January and it complements the LG OLED line-up of 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch and 88-inch OLED models.

The 48-inch OLED supports consumer demand for a mid-size second smart TV without compromising picture quality.

It has a vivid 3840 x 2160 resolution as well as unmatched black levels and vivid colours thanks to self-illuminating pixels.

And this 48-inch display still has the same high pixel density of larger OLED screens at more than 8-million pixels.

But the new LG 48-inch OLED TV will also appeal to gamers not only because of the screen quality but because the TV is the first in the industry to be NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible so graphics are rendered in sync with the gaming console.

This technology will also adapt the TV’s refresh rate to the frame rate of the connected console or PC keep players immersed in the game.

And because LG’s pixels are self-illuminated they also have the precision of individual pixel control for exceptional picture quality, low input lag and 1ms pixel response time.

The result is an exceptional gaming experience without flickering, screen tearing or stuttering.

The LG 48-inch CX 4K OLED TV can also handle HDR formats like dynamic HDR10 and Dolby Vision at up to 120 frames per second.

On the connectivity side, there are four HDMI 2.1 ports which also offers advanced features like Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) to automatically enable game mode and eliminate unnecessary processing when the console is detected.

Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) also enable Dolby Atmos content through the TV to an external device like a soundbar.

The LG 48-inch CX 4K OLED TV also supports AMD FreeSync Premium and VRR (variable refresh rate) for less stutter and frame tearing.

The TV also has an HDR Gaming Interest Group (HGiG) HDR gaming profile so gamers can enjoy high quality HDR graphics when playing HGiG enabled games via consoles.

Audio-wise, there’s also Dolby Atmos as well as LG’s AI Sound Acoustic Tuning which understands the room’s acoustics and optimises the sound for greater accuracy.

Customers can pre-register their interest by visiting

Pricing is yet to be announced.