The tech firm LG has shown off an astonishing "rollable" television at the annual Consumer Electronic Shows in Las Vegas. The "LG Signature OLED TV R', with R referring to revolutionary, rollable and redefine the space, at Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2019 in Las Vegas on Tuesday is fully functional TV set that would go on sale later in the year".
A device called the LG OLED TV Signature R can be purchased in 2019. "We will expand the sales ratio of large OLED TVs". Samsung says sales of TVs with screens above 75 inches have more than doubled in the United States over the past year.
TVs have been commercially available for 90 years.
LG Display hasn't released any images of it 88-inch Crystal Sound OLED display at this time, but has shared some details. At the moment, there is basically zero content that is made or delivered in 8K, so TV manufacturers are very much putting the cart before the horse here.
As can be seen in the video, the screen itself can be suspended at different heights. We the basic features and specs of LG's new OLED and LCD TVs late last week, and we also reported that the TVs will ship with Apple AirPlay support. The remarkable AI picture and sound quality powered by LG's second generation α (Alpha) 9 intelligent processor and deep learning algorithm puts this breathtaking TV in a class of its own.More news: R. Kelly allegedly parties at Chicago nightclub amid sexual abuse allegations
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LG has officially announced that it is bringing its 65-inch rollable OLED TV to the market.
While CES 2019 technically kicked off on Sunday - the first of two media days - all of the biggest companies are set to hold their press conferences on Monday.
Voice control continued to be the popular addition for all the TV companies, as they also added more support for popular voice assistants like Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa.
With the introduction of LG SIGNATURE OLED TV W at CES 2017, LG stripped away the traditional concept of a TV, focusing on the simplicity of the screen.