In our Buyer’s Guide to the Best TVs to Play on Xbox Series X, LG was once again the winner of our comparison with the CX 2020 model. Indeed, LG OLED TVs have everything you need to enjoy the new generation in the best conditions and it is therefore not a surprise to see today Microsoft to unite with Korean giant LG.
LG and Xbox partners on the next-gen
Xbox and LG are therefore now partners in many territories, especially in Europe. As a reminder, LG OLED 2020 televisions support the HDMI 2.1 standard and thus allow you to play in 4K at 120 Hz in addition to having compatibilities VRR, ALLM and eARC to name a few.
With features like lightning-fast 1ms response time, low input lag, and support for the latest HDMI specifications including VRR, ALLM and eARC, games don’t just look better, they look better too. more responsive.
Xbox Series X + LG OLED: the perfect combo
LG TVs also support HGIG that we present to you in detail earlier this year as well as the Dolby Vision. LG was among the first manufacturers to offer gaming features and HDMI 2.1 on its televisions and wants to win over gamers.
We took the needs of gamers seriously when we developed our OLED TVs so being able to be an official Xbox Series X partner means a lot to us.
We are convinced that the increased visual quality by combining an LG OLED TV with the Xbox Series X will blow away gamers.
During our test of the Xbox Series X, we were indeed amazed by the responsiveness and comfort provided by the LG OLED CX set to 120 Hz in games that support this frequency. Coupled with the almost zero response time of OLED technology, the very low input lag and the support of DLI for the controller, games are more responsive than ever.