The new G1-series models use new panel technology called "OLED evo" with a new "luminous element" that's created to improve brightness along with clarity and resolution, LG announced at CES 2021. It won't be available everywhere as Stadia are only available in a handful of countries. For television applications, this isn't as big of an issue unless the TV is displaying something like a ticker from a major news network eight hours or more a day, every day, for months. It could be quite embarrassing for Google if LG's webOS comes out with Stadia support before Google's own Android TV does. The cloud service means you can play huge titles like Cyberpunk 2077 and Assassin's Creed: Valhalla without waiting for them to download. The video feed is streamed directly to your screen and your gamepad controls are relayed to the server. This service is a bit different as one can take advantage of the Steam, Epic Games, GOG or Ubisoft Connect libraries. According to LG, once Stadia is out for Google TV, LG will be the first TV manufacturer to natively support Stadia gameplay via webOS, which is pretty cool news.
Moreover, the processor incorporates a new version of LG's AI Sound Pro which boasts two major additions for 2021. The overlay menu at the bottom of the screen has been replaced with a full-screen menu. You'll be able to find your favorite apps, access live TV and get some content recommendations - and, yes, there will be ads. This feature will alter the display based on the type of game you are playing to provide a better viewing experience.
Expect more about pricing and availability for 2021 TVs with LG's CES 2021 press conference, coupled with the improvements over existing OLED offerings. User will also be able to turn on G-Sync and FreeSync with the use of a compatible device.
LG's latest intelligent processor, the α (Alpha) 9 Gen 4 AI, revamps the performance on the newest LG OLED TV models in the Z1, G1 and C1 series, LG QNED Mini LED TV models QNED99 and QNED95 and LG NanoCell TV models NANO99 and NANO95.