Apple selects and manages the graphics drivers, so knowing that another OS might have drivers capable of running the resolution is good information, but no guarantee you’ll see the same on macOS.
On the plus side, you get super organized support articles explaining all manner of 4K and 5k support across all Mac models, no matter the drivers or internal chipset details. Also on the plus size, the 2018 MacBook is shipping and you can get information that it supports at 60 Hz more megapixels than the display you ask about.
Our canonical question how to look up detailed specs for all Mac will get you this information:
Graphics and Video Support
Intel HD Graphics 615 Dual display and
video mirroring: simultaneously supports full native resolution on the
built-in display and up to 4096-by-2304 resolution at 60Hz on an
external display, both at millions of colors. USB-C port with support
-USB 3.1 Gen 1 (up to 5 Gbps)
-Native DisplayPort 1.2 video output
Since your MacBook has no HDMI direct and no thunderbolt, the key missing piece of information is what USB-C video will be supported on that announced but not shipping product.
If I had to guess, I would speculate that you need DisplayPort 1.4 to make that LG or the similar dell with a 7.3-megapixel total count to run and I’ll also speculate only a MacBook Pro or Air with Thunderbolt 3 will have DP 1.4. You should probably plan for DisplayPort 1.2 or lower for the MacBook “one” models since Apple could exceed their specs, but that is what the MacBook is listed as fully supporting.
Can LG tell you how that display will function when fed DP 1.2?