A few days ago, LG has already announced the update of the UltraGear OLED gaming lineup for this year – the most interesting model there was the 32-inch 32GS95UE with the ability to quickly switch between two video modes, 4K @ 240 Hz and Full HD @ 480 Hz. The natural question then was, “Can we have 480 Hz, but for 2560×1440, not Full HD?” Well, today LG has answered it.

It turns out that at CES 2024, the company will not only show monitors that are ready for production, but also a new OLED panel for future models. According to the announcement, it will be a 27-inch panel with a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels, a response time of 0.03 ms, and an absolutely honest 480 Hz – not just at a lower resolution, like the 32GS95UE, but at full resolution.

Thus, this panel will be the fastest among OLED displays with a resolution higher than Full HD, and will outpace the recently announced Samsung Odyssey OLED G6, the same 27-inch OLED monitor with a 1440p resolution, but with a slightly lower refresh rate (only 360 Hz).

LG Display plans to release the panel in the first half of 2024, but there is no information on specific monitor models based on it.