LG has been doing some things lately that might not please their smartphone user base. We are talking about the company’s decision to shut off their developer website which means users will not be able to unlock bootloaders of their smartphones anymore.
However, it looks like the company is now focusing on its monitor lineup. Because we saw that LG might be making Apple’s Pro XDR Display which means that they are kept busy in the same. Also, it is reported that there are high chances Apple will release portable monitors for its Mac lineup which are also being developed by LG.
Now, we have new monitor launches from LG in its UltraFine OLED Pro lineup with respect to its two new monitors which are a 27” and a 32” display. It is worth noting that both these monitors come with 4K resolution as well as they have VESA DisplayHDR 400 True Black certification.
It goes without saying that the color accuracy on these monitors is great and they also come with a removable glare protector which helps while working on color-accurate things. You also get color calibration sensors on these monitors which means you can calibrate the colors according to your needs.
In terms of specifications, these monitors have a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels as well as a 60Hz refresh rate with support for 99% Adobe RGB and DCI-P3 color spaces. There is no detail as yet about how much the monitors will cost but it is said that they will be available starting next year.
There is one USB Type-C port on this LG monitor that delivers 90W power delivery along with an HDMI port and two DisplayPort connections. It is worth noting, however, that these are equipped with OLED technology and not mini-LED tech that they are developing for Apple. These panels also come with OLED Pixel Dimming HDR technology.
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