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HDMI 2.1 features for 49UH770T


Krishna Kanth

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Well, HDMI 2.1 is the new standard which is coming out soon with next generation TVs.

We would like to know if any or some features of new standard could be implemented on present standard TV’s.

I am more of a gamer and YouTube lover .

love to see variable refresh rate and what it does for gaming is incredible.

LG please let us know the possibility of new features that could come for present standard TVs......

thank you...

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On 30/03/2018 at 8:35 PM, Krishna Kanth said:
 

Well, HDMI 2.1 is the new standard which is coming out soon with next generation TVs.

We would like to know if any or some features of new standard could be implemented on present standard TV’s.

I am more of a gamer and YouTube lover .

love to see variable refresh rate and what it does for gaming is incredible.

LG please let us know the possibility of new features that could come for present standard TVs......

thank you...

Is the 2.1 standard hardware or software based?

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