LG Display unveils 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV

LG Display unveils 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV

LG Display unveils 65-inch rollable 4K OLED TV

Likewise, there are developments such as 55-inch transparent display and a 77-inch wallpaper OLED TV display that would be exhibited soon.

LG Display will unveil several world-first OLED displays that fully utilize the unique advantages of OLED, including a 65-inch UHD rollable OLED display and an 88-inch 8K OLED display. Imagine rolling up to a LAN or a friends house with your 65-inch TV rolled up under your arm. But the display doesn't have to be completely retracted, you can lower it only part way allowing you to change its aspect ratio from the 16 x 9 of HDTV to something narrower that's better suited for watching movies without unsightly letterbox bars.

When not being used, the LG OLED panel rolls up into its base like some sort of high-tech carpet.

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It is worth noting here that LG originally showcased an early prototype of its rollable OLED display at CES 2016. Since OLED don't require backlighting, they are super slim as well. The contrast is also flawless because black pixels in an OLED matrix are simply off. Using transducers to vibrate the display's glass panel, the screen can actually function as a speaker itself, removing the need for a sound bar or other unsightly additions. Before 2017, the last phone LG made with an OLED was the G Flex 2 in 2015. Tech giants LG, Samsung, Sony, Philips and Panasonic all showcased their latest and greatest sets, complete with sharper displays, enhanced colour accuracy and inbuilt AI assistants courtesy of Amazon and Google.

Although some concept big-screen TVs shown at past CES shows have been bendy, this is the first one that's flexible enough to spin up into tube form. LGD - it's technically a separate company from LG Electronics, or LGE - doesn't yet mention prosaic details like when it will hit the market, how much it might cost or even how it manages to remain flat and watchable after being unrolled, but who cares? The same solution also powers ovens and dishwashers that can be controlled remotely and provide you with status updates, as well as air conditioners, robot vacuums, and humidifiers which are able to operate in an entirely autonomous manner if you want them to.

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