LG Display 65-Inch UHD Rollable OLED TV features

Isaac Cain
January 13, 2018

Now the company has increased the size of that prototype and announced a 65-inch rollable OLED display prototype. This is not all, however, as it plans to add another interesting product to the mix.

The firm is also set to show off its new 88-inch 8K OLED display and Crystal Sound OLED technology, which 'makes sound emanate directly from the panel'.

The new Rollable OLED display from LG can be rolled on just like a newspaper. Fast-forward to this week, LG has come back with its next attempt - only bigger and better than before.

LG's 65-inch rollable OLED display has 4K resolution.

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Electronics company LG will soon exhibit the world's largest "rollable" organic light-emitting diode display. The prototype from LG Display, however, will surely help in driving down the prices of 4K TVs that are now available in the market.

Designed with convenience in mind, the telly can be rolled up to free up wall space when not in use, which also makes it far more portable than your average super screen. It's as crisp and vibrant and handsome as the rest of the company's OLED portfolio, only it's that extra bit thinner, allowing it to be rolled down (kinda like a projector screen flipped on its head). LG has also upgraded in the audio category from the current standard 2.1 channel sound to 3.1 channel sound.

In small-sized displays, Samsung and LG's position is reversed as the former controls over 90 percent of the market in OLED display for smartphones. Unnecessary to state, it will be much higher in comparison to QLED 4K resolution 88-inch TV of Samsung that has a price tag of $20,000. This is in comparison to the previously-used Harman Kardon audio technology that was seen on past TVs from LG in these lineups.

Unfortunately, there is not any news if this model will ever be commercially available, let alone pricing, but flexible OLED displays appear to be just about ready for consumers. Except ours, of course, as we had a chance to treat our eyes to the concepts LG Display brought to CES 2018.

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