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13 January 2018, 05:17 | Megan Pierce
The 65-inch UHD rollable LG OLED display the company chose to amaze us with will be showcased at CES 2018 this week. At CES 2018 LG will also showcase a brand new 88-inch 8K OLED display that will definitely impress even the most critical people. Fast-forward to this week, LG has come back with its next attempt - only bigger and better than before. The 65-inch rollable LG OLED display offers ultra HD resolution, so the images displayed on this screen will be amazingly clear, despite its flexibility.
The device looks promising and appears to bring forth a bunch of advancements to the traditional flat-screen TV.
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The price, at least at first, will likely be MASSIVE, however, especially for larger 65in OLED panels of the type used in LG's HDTVs.
In addition to support for Google Assistant and Alexa, as well as coming with LG's own ThinQ AI technology inside both of these TVs also boast support for Dolby Atmos audio technology which should mean an improved sound experience for the user. LG Display wasn't exactly keen on people pawing at its screen, but it genuinely felt like I could reach out and touch the images being flashed in front of my eyes. It takes less storage space and is easy to transport.
Apart from telling that the panel has 33 million pixels in 88-inches display, LG is not sharing any information about the latest product. The company also launched their innovative OLED wallpaper TVs a year ago.
"We will firmly establish our position as a leading company by responding to market expectations and providing differentiated value in the rapidly expanding OLED market as well as the existing LCD market", Han added. In all, LG rolled out nine 4K LG AI OLED TVs, ranging from 55 in.to 77 in., and seven 4K LG AI SUPER UHD TV models, ranging from 55 to 75 in.
Stepping away from the entertainment room and into the kitchen, LG has also embedded its new ThinQ system into a smart fridge, called the InstaView. The company has introduced what it claims is the world's first 146-inch "modular" TV.
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