LG confirms that its G3 OLED will hit over 2000 nits, but not in all sizes

While LG is just as prone to making big claims as the next TV brand, it’s traditionally been very reluctant to reveal hard performance numbers and hardware details. So it’s a huge surprise that LG’s David Seperson revealed specific peak brightness numbers for the new G3 in a recent video briefing, which will be the brightest OLED TV the company has ever produced – and by far.

The headline is that the TV will apparently be able to reach a maximum brightness of “approximately” 2040 nits. This is specifically in the HDR Vivid picture mode and is measured at a 3 percent window – that is, a pure white block that’s 3 percent the size of the entire screen, with the rest being pure black.

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