At CES 2023, LG introduced the 2023 model range of its OLED TVs — the Z3, G3 and C3 series.

They use the new generation OLED panel OLED evo (Evolution), which LG Electronics introduced in 2021 – with improved color rendering and greater brightness compared to the previous generation OLED technology. In addition, the 2023 model range received a new α9 AI Processor Gen6, which improves image and sound processing (as the company assures, the new AI Sound Pro technology allows you to create virtual 9.1.2 sound with the help of built-in TV speakers).

Also, the updated series of TVs will support easy connection with the company’s new soundbars, which it introduced on the eve of the New Year: the SC95 model (3.1.3), designed specifically for the C-series, the slim S77S soundbar (also 3.1.3) and the compact SE6S model (3.0). All of them support the Wow Orchestra function, thanks to which they can play along with the built-in acoustics, complementing its sound.

The G3 series received support for the Brightness Booster Max technology, which allows you to increase the peak brightness by 70%. This series also introduces a new “ultra-minimalist” One Wall Design design, which leaves no visible gaps around the TV when it is mounted on the wall.

LG OLED TVs at CES 2023: updates to the Z3, G3 and C3 lines

According to the manufacturer, the 2023 LG OLED TV models are the first TVs to receive Quick Media Switching VRR (QMS-VRR) certification from the HDMI organization. This technology eliminates instant black screen when switching between content from different devices connected via compatible HDMI 2.1a ports.

Traditionally, LG OLED TVs are the “ultimate” gaming monitors — thanks to a response time of only 0.1 ms, low input lag, variable refresh rate (VRR) and support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync Premium technologies.

The company also introduced an updated version of the webOS smart platform: with a redesigned interface, a new home screen, and the Quick Cards function for quick access to content and services that are used most often.

LG OLED TVs at CES 2023: updates to the Z3, G3 and C3 lines