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LG Display Promises Brighter OLED Panels for 2022

Great! But then again… we’ve heard that one before, haven’t we? Hey, wait a minute!

Remember last year’s OLED “Evo” panels that promised to be up to 20% brighter? Well, new year, new panels, new similar promises from LG Display. You can even add “up to” 10% more than 20%, apparently. (Image: LG)

CES 2022, the world’s biggest tech show even in these pandemic times, is right around the corner and several manufacturers have already begun making announcements in that context (presumably in fear of these minor ones being overlooked during…

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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

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