LG launches the world's first bendable OLED Gaming TV - The OLED Flex LX3

This 42-inch TV supports FreeSync, G-Sync, and HDMI VRR

LG launches the world's first bendable OLED Gaming TV - The OLED Flex LX3

LG launches its first bendable OLED Gaming TV

LG has just launched what could be considered as a ideal console/PC gaming screen, a 42-inch bendable OLED TV/monitor that can deliver 4K at 120Hz and supports VRR in the form of FreeSync Premium Pro, G-Sync, and HDMI 2.1 VRR. Meet the OLED Flex LX3.

This screen is effectively a Flexible C2 series OLED monitor from LG, offering users the ability to change the screen from being a standard flat panel to being a 900R curved display. The screen is designed for gaming on PCs, consoles, and cloud gaming services. Beyond that, this screen supports LG's usual array of smart TV features.

Below is what you need to know about LG's OLED Flex LX3 gaming screen.

LG launches the world's first bendable OLED Gaming TV - The OLED Flex LX3

LG Electronics LG Takes Gaming Immersion Next-Level With World’s First Bendable 42-Inch OLED TV

LG Electronics (LG) is introducing LG OLED Flex (model LX3), an innovative new TV boasting the world’s first bendable 42-inch OLED screen. Perfect for immersive console, PC and cloud gaming, and for enjoying live TV broadcasts and content streaming services, LG OLED Flex ushers in a whole new era of screen customizability. The LX3’s remarkable display can go from completely flat to spectacularly curved (900R),1 letting users choose their ideal arc from twenty levels of curvature, for a truly personalized viewing experience.

The game-changing form factor of the LG OLED Flex is made possible by LG’s backlight-free, self-lit OLED technology. Whether flat or curved, the LG OLED evo technology-equipped LX3 delivers the same exceptional picture quality and performance that have made LG OLED the choice of discerning consumers the world over. Providing infinite contrast, deep blacks, highly-accurate colors (100 percent color fidelity certified),2 a lightning-fast 0.1 millisecond response time and low input lag, LG OLED Flex will make users feel like they’re part of the on-screen action.

In addition to lifelike image quality, powered by α (Alpha) 9 Gen 5 intelligent processor and unique picture algorithms, LG OLED Flex offers outstanding eye comfort as evidenced by its multiple flicker-free, glare-free3 certifications. Easier on the eyes, the LX3’s OLED screen enables users to enjoy longer gaming sessions and binge-watch their favorite shows without experiencing eye fatigue. Meanwhile, the application of LG’s super anti-reflection (SAR) coating helps to reduce visual distractions, so that users can focus all their attention on what’s on screen.

LG launches the world's first bendable OLED Gaming TV - The OLED Flex LX3

With compelling customization options for a more personalized user experience, the bendable 42-inch display is unlike anything else on the market. Users can quickly adjust the LX3’s curvature to one of two available presets using the dedicated button on the remote control or manually change the degree of curvature in five percent increments over 20 different levels. Additionally, the screen of LG OLED Flex can be tilted toward up to 10 degrees or away up to 5 degrees from the user and has a height-adjustable stand – up or down by 140 millimeters – guaranteeing ergonomic comfort for those who like to sit up, and those who like to lean back.

What’s more, the LX3 comes with exclusive features and functions that give users greater control over their gaming experience. For example, they can adjust the size of the onscreen image4 according to their individual preferences or the genre of game they’re playing. Fans of role playing games (RPGs), racing games or platformers will likely want to use all 42 inches of the screen, while real time strategy (RTS) or first-person shooter (FPS) gamers might prefer a 32- or 27-inch image that allows them to see everything going on in the game-environment at a glance. The image resize feature can be easily accessed from the ultra-convenient Gaming Dashboard menu, where users can also choose the position high, low or centered of the smaller image on screen.

LG launches the world's first bendable OLED Gaming TV - The OLED Flex LX3

The new Game app, which is exclusive to the LX3, supports custom screensavers, offers shortcuts to popular apps, such as Twitch and YouTube, and provides a list of connected external input devices, all on the same screen. Revamped for LG OLED Flex, LG’s Gaming Optimizer adds customized sound settings for specific game genres to its diverse range of gamer-centric picture and audio options. Its dedicated game sound settings menu includes an equalizer, switches for AI Game Sound and Dolby Atmos, and offers access to advanced audio settings, enabling users to tailor the gaming experience precisely how they want it.

Gamers will also appreciate the LX3’s Multi View mode, which allows them to view content from two different sources simultaneously and select which audio they want to hear. This means they can play a PC or a console game while watching YouTube videos5 streamed from their smartphone at the same time.

For maximum convenience, the Switching Hub function makes it possible to use the LG OLED Flex’s built-in microphone and any devices connected via its USB ports such as a headset, keyboard or mouse with a PC connected by HDMI cable. By pressing the source switching button on the side of the LX3’s stand, users can switch device connection back and forth between PC and LG OLED Flex without having to physically disconnect and reconnect anything. Additionally, the built-in mic provides effective echo-cancellation for crystal-clear voice chatting while gaming.

The LX3 also delivers excellent sound with two front-firing 40W speakers that help further elevate the gaming and content-viewing experience. And with built-in support for Dolby Atmos, the TV adds greater clarity, depth and liveliness to audio on compatible titles.

LG’s outstanding OLED TV lineup, including the new LG OLED Flex, offers one of the best big-screen gaming experiences around, with support for Dolby Vision gaming at 4K 120Hz and the latest HDMI 2.1 features, such as variable refresh rate (VRR) and auto low latency mode (ALLM). Moreover, LG’s bendable display is G-SYNC® Compatible and AMD FreeSync™ Premium certified, ensuring tear- and stutter-free visuals that help bring games fully to life.

To complete the personalized user experience, LG OLED Flex incorporates a customizable lighting feature into its shield-like rear design. The LX3’s lighting enhances the atmosphere by synchronizing with the video or audio of the content playing on screen, offering five modes6 for users to choose from.

LG Flex will be on display at IFA 2022 in LG’s booth in Hall 18 of Messe Berlin.

You can join the discussion on LG's OLED FLEX LX3 bendable OLED TV/monitor on the OC3D Forums

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01-09-2022, 17:58:58

meuvoy
Nice I guess...

I mean if that corsair monitor, as much as it is interesting will certainly cost an arm and a leg, just imagine this with an actual motor on it...Quote

03-09-2022, 09:43:40

Avet
27" 1440p 144Hz QD-OLED or OLED is all the market needs. Not bendable tvs that you will bend once or never and be done with it.Quote

03-09-2022, 16:08:28

Dicehunter
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Originally Posted by Avet View Post
27" 1440p 144Hz QD-OLED or OLED is all the market needs. Not bendable tvs that you will bend once or never and be done with it.

Personally I'd say 27" 1440P QD-OLED, 32" 4K QD-OLED and 34" Ultrawide 1440P QD-OLED, That would be a nice range and something for every desktop user Quote
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