LG Oled TV: only the 55, 65 and 77 inch versions of the LG G3 will feature the new Oled Meta panel
During a official presentation, David Seperson, Director of Product Agenda and Marketing at LG, confirmed that the LG G3 would be the manufacturer’s brightest TV. He also announced that the LG G3 could reach a peak brightness of 2040 cd/m² in Vivid mode on a 3% window, and 1470 cd/m² in calibrated mode, always on a 3% window. As a reminder, we measured the peak brightness of 998 cd/m² on the LG 65G3. The LG G3 would therefore display a brightness increase of almost 50%.
However, this new Oled Meta panel, with its billions of microlenses to boost brightness, will not be found on all the diagonals of the new LG G3. David Seperson did not specify which sizes are equipped with this new slab, but he let some clues filter out. He said the 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch versions of the LG G3 would be up to 70% brighter than last year’s LG G2, while the 83-inch model would be content with a 30% gain. . Only the three smallest sizes of the LG G3 will be equipped with the new Oled Meta panel. Information also confirmed by LG Display, which indicates that the Oled Meta panel is only available in 55, 65 and 77 inches.
The LG G3 will be one of three television models equipped with the new Oled Meta panel. The other two will be the Philips OLED908+ and the Panasonic MZ1500/MZ2000. They will come to compete with the new QD-Oled TVs, the Sony A95L and Samsung S95C, also advertised as brighter than last year’s QD-Oled models.