It also comes with Nvidia G-Sync, the company said, and it supports a variety of HDR formats, such as HDR10 and Dolby Vision, at up to 120 frames per second for 4K content.
LG added that the TV will be compatible with various gaming devices like graphic cards and consoles as it supports HDMI Variable Refresh Rate (VRR). It also supports HDR Gaming Interest Group's HDR gaming profile.
For sound, the TV supports Dolby Atmos and comes with LG's own AI Acoustic Tuning that adjusts sound depending on the acoustic environment. Two LG Bluetooth speakers can be connected simultaneously as well, the company said.
For the first quarter, LG's TV business posted operating income of 326 billion won, a rise of 31.7% from the year prior.
The company warned, however, that it would see profit and sales dip in the second quarter due to the COVID-19 pandemic.