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LG has made a 65-inch rollable OLED display

12 January 2018

Before (left) and after: LG's rollable OLED display descends into its base. Clever AI technology inside the TV upgrades whatever is being displayed to close-to-8K quality. LG is just showing us one way of how its rollable TV could be put to use, which in this case is by hiding the display when not in use.

The fridge can communicate with other LG ThinQ products, like the company's new oven and dishwasher. For instance, LG declined to say how heavy the TV -and the box it rolls into- actually is or how much it might cost.

We have been expecting the same Flexible displays and panels by different giants during this year's Consumer Electronics Show and LG has blessed us with this new Rollable OLED display already.

This new rollable OLED will be flexible enough to be rolled up and stored when not in use, flawless for bedroom use or discrete home cinema installations.

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LG introduces the world’s first 88-inch 8K OLED display ahead of CES 2018
LG introduces the world’s first 88-inch 8K OLED display ahead of CES 2018

A Few years back, LG showed off an 18-inch OLED display that could be bent or rolled up. Alongside the rollable OLED display, LG at the CES showcased its 88-inch 8K OLED display and a Crystal Sound OLED integration.

Of course, it wouldn't be an OLED demo without seeing the latest in webOS, the operating system used on the vast majority of LG TVs. Over time though, prices will fall as the technology becomes more ubiquitous. LG officially unveiled its new TV tech for this year back on January 2nd, detailing that its new TVs would be coming with a new processor inside to power all the functionality, called Alpha, which is created to offer a range of improvements over the older processor used in previous TVs.

LG Ups Its LCD Game With Nano Cell, FALD Backlighting TechCombining Nano Cell, FALD backlighting, and the Alpha 7 processor, LG's 2018 SK9500 and SK9000 SUPER UHD LCD TVs will offer deeper blacks, enhanced image rendering, improved shadow details, and accurate color from wide viewing angles. 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.

The company said that developing TVs with OLEDs is easy, as the self-emissive nature helps in reducing the aperture ratio without reducing the brightness.

LG has made a 65-inch rollable OLED display