LG Display announced that its OLED TV displays have been recognized for maximum eye comfort by leading global independent inspection service TÜV Rheinland of Germany and UL, a leading global safety science company.

LG OLED TVs receive Eye Comfort (low blue light, flicker-free) certification from TUV Rheinland

LG Display's OLEDs were recognized as "Eye Comfort Displays" - with a low blue light emission and a flicker-free operation. This is the first time in the industry that TV displays have received such certifications.

LG says that TÜV Rheinland found that LG Display’s OLED TV displays produce 0% non-visible flickers as OLED pixels emit light on their own. UL issued a “Flicker Free Display (OLED)” UL Verified Mark of 1.3%, which is significantly below the standard of 9.6%.

TUV Rheinland already gave Eye Comfort Display certification for LG's OLED TVs back in 2019. TUV Rheinland also awarded Samsung's mobile OLED display with its eye comfort certification.

Exposure to blue light has been linked to many health issues - and one of the advantages of OLED displays and lighting panels has always been lower blue light emission compared to LED based technologies.




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I am not sure Joe, it could be due to the new 120Hz refresh rate

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