Portrait launches video for new single, “Curtains (The Dumb Supper)”

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Lowest Price Alert: Get OnePlus 8 Pro for £449 (Save £350)

OnePlus launched its latest series of smartphones, including the OnePlus 9 and 9 Pro, earlier in the year. You know what this means... massive discounts on the equally powerful OnePlus 8 series! The Android phone maker's OnePlus 8 Pro won this year's CES Innovation Award for introducing "outstanding design and engineering in consumer technology products."

Updated – LG OLED TV Calibration Guide – AutoCal and Hardware Calibration

Originally published 1 June 2021, updated last 19 August 2021. Over the last couple of months we have been exploring the hardware calibration feature of the LG OLED displays (C1 and CX models particularly) and how to optimise the picture for various uses. To do this we’ve been making use of Portrait Display’s Calman calibration software and the “AutoCal” feature that it provides to directly calibrate the screen at a hardware level. This isn’t the only software available to hardware calibrate these screens, but it’s the mostly widely used and popular. We weren’t intending to write a guide or article about this really, other than maybe providing some results as an update and brief overview in our LG CX OLED review. But the more we tested and experimented, the more we realised how potentially complicated and confusing this topic can be. There is a mass of great information out there on various forums and webpages, but it is scattered around and hard to make sense of sometimes. There’s also a lot of great information on Portrait’s website, but nothing that lays the process out from start to finish.