Microsoft’s Xbox Series X and Series S consoles support 4K Dolby Vision at 120 Hz, but there’s a problem: so far none of the TVs support these simultaneously. Now, LG has announced that it’s rolling out a firmware update. Unlocked Dolby Vision HDR at 4K 120Hz on the latest 2021 C1 and G1 OLED models.
We know that LG’s G1 and high-end C1 series should be capable of 120 Hz 4K gaming with Dolby Vision, as recently pointed out by Vincent Teoh from HDTV testing. Report that those versions are not working. with an error message saying “Your TV setup does not support Dolby Vision at 4K 120 Hz.”
LG told Teoh at the time that it was testing the functionality and was working on bringing it to market. And now it has done so with firmware version 03.15.27, making the C1 and G1 series OLED TVs “the world’s first capable of supporting Dolby Vision HDR at 4K 120Hz on a compatible platform.” say
Additionally, this feature is being tested with other models in 2021, including the OLED Z1 series, QNED Mini LED QNED99 series, and the NanoCell NANO99 series, all slated to receive the update in July. “Other 2021 and 2020 TVs are being tested for Dolby Vision gaming on either 60Hz or 120Hz,” the company added. There’s no word on whether the 2019 OLED models, some of which support both 4K 120Hz and Dolby Vision, will be updated.
Now, if you have an Xbox Series X or S console and a 2021 LG G1 or S1 TV series, you can remove the error message. However, you still won’t be able to play any 4K 120Hz Dolby Vision games because right now Not yet when it finally arrived You’ll see not only smoother gameplay. but will see a brighter picture better contrast and more vivid, saturated colors — just as you would in Dolby Vision-encoded movies and series.
In addition to the aforementioned features The new firmware also introduces Game Dashboard (shown above), a floating menu that allows LG owners to optimize settings. Compatible with 2021 LG TVs with Game Optimizer, users can switch between Different types (Standard, FPS, RPG or RTS). You can also view the status of different modes such as black guard, low latency, and variable refresh rate. A new update is rolling out. So if you own a set that supports You should be able to access all those features soon.
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