LG Display Announces the World's First 88-inch 8K OLED TV

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LG 88-inch 8K OLED display is simply amazing By George Finley

At CES 2016 I saw the same concept in an 18-inch size, and it was pretty cool then despite its puny resolution (810x1200, not even high-def) and size.

We have already seen the mammoth 88-inch 8k OLED TV that LG will be showing off this year at CES, and now LG has announced a new 65-inch rollable OLED.

This idea would have been received with guffaws three decades ago, but thanks to recent innovations in OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode), nothing looks impossible now. Clever AI technology inside the TV upgrades whatever is being displayed to close-to-8K quality.

While the 65-inch rollable UHD LG OLED display could easily become the star of the event, it has some serious competition too.

It takes less storage space and is easy to transport.

LG's latest TV display boasts 7,680 x 4,320 pixel resolution (33 million pixels), but that's all of the details LG has shared in terms of specs. The 65-inch UHD rollable LG OLED display the company chose to amaze us with will be showcased at CES 2018 this week. To drum up some hype for its CES showcase this year, LG just revealed a TV that pushes everything to the max, and it's so thin that it can be rolled up like a poster.

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Samsung is expected to showcase their quantum-dot light-emitting diodes televisions with a larger than 100-inch panel, much bigger than the now largest 88-inch QLED TVs, according to insiders.

LG's wallpaper TV now has ThinQ and a new image processor.

The firm also breaks the milestone in the 77-inch OLED display size. With the Alpha chip inside LG is taking more of an approach to integrating artificial intelligence into its TVs, allowing users to do things like initiate voice commands for more basic purposes such as searching for content on the TV itself as well managing playback of content.

The pricing information on the device has also not been given yet.

Taking a page out of LG's pioneering work in using OLED displays to offer a brighter picture, Sony is also looking to make headway in that market with their 2018 line-up of TVs. Both the series also support Dolby Vision, which basically delivers higher brightness, higher contrast and more vibrant colours via Internet video services and HDMI.

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