LG will begin producing 27-inch WOLED panels as early as the end of October, according to a report shared on China’s WeiXin website. The first product that will use these panels is supposedly a 27-inch OLED display “that can be used as a gaming monitor” from LG Electronics, which is expected to release in Q1 2023. LG is also planning to produce 32-inch OLED panels soon, it’s claimed.
[…] LG Electronics is expected to release a 27-inch OLED TV that can be used as a gaming monitor in the first quarter of next year. The 27-inch and 32-inch gaming monitors “Ultra Fine OLED Pro” released by LG Electronics earlier use OLED panels from Japan’s JOLED.
LG Display is also said to have plans to produce 32-inch OLED panels. Along with the 27-inch, there is an increased likelihood of production starting in the fourth quarter of this year. A mid-sized panel can absorb gaming demands while having the advantages of a TV. As early as next month, LG Display’s W-OLED lineup will expand from 27 inches to 97 inches.
LG Display will aggressively increase production of mid-sized panels in the 20-40-inch range next year, rather than large-scale OLEDs such as 97-inch. In the ultra-large TV market such as 90-inch, it is not easy to increase the panel supply because the product price is so high.
Smaller OLED displays from LG are currently available in the form of the 32-inch LG UltraFine OLED Pro 4K Monitor and 27-inch UltraFine Display OLED Pro Monitor. They carry an MSRP of $3,999.99 and $2,999.99, respectively.