Microsoft and LG Electronics have integrated after making an official partnership to promote the next-gen gaming experience the way it was meant to be enjoyed – at 4K resolution and 120fps with minimal lag and a wide color gamut.
The Xbox Series X has got an enormous boost in processing power over current-gen consoles. LG OLED TV seems to be backing the organic LED panel technology over competing QLED or LCD TVs.
The new Microsoft /LG deal, which covers Africa, Europe, the Middle East, and the Asia-Pacific region, will see Xbox Series X consoles and LG OLED TVs appearing together at special retailer events so that “customers are able to experience first-hand the immersive exhilaration of gaming on LG’s 2020 OLED TV models and Xbox’s latest console”, LG said in its press release about this partnership today.
Seeing that, from 2019’s C9 series’ release onwards, LG’s OLED TVs have constantly supported key gaming features such as variable refresh rates, 4K playback at 120Hz refresh rates, and automatic low latency mode switching.
These next-gen gaming features are backed up on LG’s latest OLED TVs, too. The LG OLED TVs provide next-gen gaming support across all of their HDMI ports. Whereas, the maximum number of TVs from other brands that support the next-gen gaming features only offer that support over one or two HDMIs.