If there is a name connected with OLED technology like no other, that would be LG, as their OLED TVs have been at the forefront for many years now and have won the hearts and wallets of many home theater fans. So today, in our LG G2 OLED review, we finally have the chance to try out their new 2022 flagship OLED, which comes with a few upgrades over last year’s release.
The G2 OLED belongs to LG’s Gallery series, and along with the LG C2 OLED, they come with the OLED Evo certification, which indicates an improved panel is used this time around. In reality, the G2 and C2 have more in common than you may think, as they share many of the premium technologies LG has in store for 2022. But they also come with 2 significant differences that will further analyze our article.
So what does the LG G2 OLED has to offer? As we said, the G2 comes with the OLED Evo branding, combining an improved OLED panel with a metal heatsink and LG’s Brightness Booster Max technology. It uses the new a9 Gen 5 AI processor, features a 100/120Hz panel, has four HDMI 2.1 ports at total 48Gbps bandwidth, supports the usual HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision HDR formats, and for its OS uses the latest webOS 22.