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(Pocket-lint) - LG has confirmed the 14 TVs in its line-up that are fully capable of 4K 120Hz gaming with Dolby Vision enabled.

Sadly, the list only stretches as far back as 2020, although it does include LG NanoCell and QNED models, as well as recent OLEDs.

The list and confirmation was posted by TV tech expect Vincent Teoh on his Twitter account. The journalist who runs the HDTV Test YouTube channel laments the fact that 2019's excellent LG C9 OLED TV didn't make the cut.

Here's the list in text form, with the models, the required minimum firmware version and month they were updated:

2021 models

  • LG Z1 - FW 03.15.28 - updated July
  • LG G1 - FW 03.15.27 - updated June
  • LG C1 - FW 03.15.27 - updated June
  • LG B1 - FW 03.20.30 - updated October
  • LG QNED99 - FW 03.15.75 - updated October
  • LG QNED90 - FW 03.20.30 - updated October
  • LG NANO99 - FW 03.20.40 - updated October
  • LG NANO90 - FW 03.20.30 - updated October
  • LG NANO85 - FW 03.20.30 - updated October

2020 models

  • LG ZX - FW 04.30.16 - updated October
  • LG GX - FW 04.30.10 - updated October
  • LG CX - FW 04.30.10 - updated October
  • LG NANO99 - FW 04.30.16 - updated October
  • LG NANO97 - FW 04.30.16 - updated October

Sadly, if don't own any of these models, it doesn't look like you will be getting the full next-gen gaming package. Some older models will work with 4K 120Hz but not Dolby Vision at the same time.

Writing by Rik Henderson. Editing by Chris Hall. Originally published on 29 October 2021.