LG OLED TVs are acclaimed for a variety of reasons that go beyond their stunning picture quality and incredible contrast ratio achieved by self-lit pixels. One such reason is that they’re officially certified for NVIDIA G-SYNC, green team’s proprietary adaptive sync technology that allows for a tear-free and far more smoother gaming experience.
It appears that honor is slowly but steadily coming to more OLED TV brands, however. As revealed in a series of posts on China’s Weibo platform, Chinese manufacturer Xiaomi has confirmed that the second generation of its “Mi” OLED TVs will feature support for NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology. The company promised in one of its posts that the inclusion would ensure lower latency, a more stunning visual experience, and other benefits.
Xiaomi will share more details about its new Mi OLED TVs with NVIDIA G-SYNC support during an announcement event slated for August 10. OLED fans who are stateside probably shouldn’t get excited, though, as many of the company’s TVs appear to be exclusive to select markets such as China and Europe.
In connection with the new consoles from Microsoft and Sony, it is likely that it will support HDMI 2.1. After all, it must be able to handle refresh rates that will be higher than 60 Hz, and hdmi 2.0b is limited to 4K at 60 Hz. Xiaomi will make an announcement on August 10.