Ending the earlier speculations, LG has announced on Monday that it would be showing off its new 65-inch display with Ultra High Definition resolution. The company said that its new “rollable” product would be shown at this year’s CES event.
CES: Bigger, wider, rollable displays for LG
Apart from this, LG will also be unveiling another product-a 55-inch transparent display as well as a 77-inch wallpaper concept TV. The latter will feature the advantages of having an OLED display. It can be recalled that the company presented its wallpaper model last 2017.
Tech users who are privy to LG’s plan said that it had announced back in 2015 about its 18-inch rollable display. For this year, spectators at CES and the public, in general, will be able to see LG’s rollable display.
Also, what we know so far is that LG’s 66-inch display features a UHD 3840×2160 resolution. This means that consumers would be able to roll it up if they are not viewing them. Rolling it up allows easy installation and removal of the product, giving users a hassle-free experience of the product.
LG is expected to show off at CES, an 88-inc OLED display with 8K resolution. This is not the first time that LG unveiled such bigger display because last year, it developed a 77-inch transparent OLED display.
Meanwhile, Samsung will be showing off both a QLED TV with 8K resolution and a 150-inch Micro LED TV at CES this year. Despite the close rivalry, LG was adjudged to be the leading company in large-sized and mid-sized OLED displays for TV.
Regarding small-sized displays, Samsung controls 90 percent of the market in OLED display, especially for smartphones.