Launch of LG OLED Flex TV LX3 with 42-inch foldable screen: details

LG OLED Flex TV LX3 with a foldable screen has been launched and will be on display at IFA 2022. LG’s new TV features a 42-inch 4K screen that is foldable, so the TV can be used at home. both as flat and curved. sign. The flexible panel can offer a maximum curvature of up to 900R. This makes the new TV particularly suitable for gaming, but the flexibility means it can be used easily for regular viewing or even as a computer screen.

The company has yet to announce pricing and availability details for the LG OLED Flex TV LX3, but it will be on display at IFA 2022 which is scheduled to take place September 2-6 in Berlin, Germany. The new TV has similar specs to the 45-inch Corsair Xeneon Flex OLED foldable monitor, which itself was designed and developed in conjunction with LG Display.

LG OLED Flex TV LX3 Specifications and Features

The LG OLED Flex TV LX3 has a foldable screen, with a maximum curvature of 900R. Curvature can be automatically adjusted to one of two presets using the included remote control, but users can also manually adjust the screen in 5% increments, creating 20 different levels of curvature that can be used. The screen also features tilt and height adjustment for further customization of viewing angles.

Currently available in a single 42-inch size option, the LG OLED Flex TV LX3 supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, with resolution support up to 4K at 120Hz. Other gaming-specific features like that variable refresh rate, automatic low latency mode and compatibility for G-Sync and AMD FreeSync are also present.

As such, the LG OLED Flex TV can be used as a TV for standard content viewing or gaming with a current generation console, or even as a PC monitor, with flexibility to use as a flat panel display. or curved. The TV is powered by LG Alpha 9 Gen 5 processor and has a 40W front speaker system for sound.


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