LG Announces First Rollable OLED TV Model

LG Announces First Rollable OLED TV Model

LG Announces First Rollable OLED TV Model

"Should the TV only stand on the ground?" According to LG, the flexible OLED panel can handle 50,000 rollings and unrollings, or over 34 years of rolling and unrolling it four times a day. A show window comprising four 55 inch transparent OLED panels is being used to showcase OLED's commercial potential, with its 40 percent transparency making it a good fit for retail store window displays. It's thin, but doesn't look particularly bendy at first glance. LG is also including the very latest version of WebOS, something that will include support for Amazon Alexa, with LG also adding in Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit integration.

And a new USB-C portable monitor, together with a bunch of LCD panels, round out LG Display's CES 2019 offerings. The television comes in at 98 inches and 8K QLED resolution, giving it more than 33 million pixels. In addition, all 2019 LG TV will make use of LG's α9 Gen 2 processor to offer enhanced picture and sound by analysing the content source and the ambient conditions around the TV to deliver more optimised content.

LG said in a statement, ' The "R" in the new LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R is about creating a revolution in home entertainment and redefining space through its ability to rise and roll-up at the touch of a button. However, Samsung's largest 98-inch QLED 8K TV fully demonstrating Samsung's technical strength in the 8K display field. We'll see how the three new TV models are received later this year. "It is meaningful that we showed how far displays have evolved".

Another feature of the TV punted by LG is its built-in sound system, which packs 4.2-channel output (100W) and support for Dolby Atmos.

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