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12 January 2018, 11:33 | Cameron Gross
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Samsung's 8K QLED set will still struggle to match LG's OLED when displaying darker scenes, but its ability to sharpen and increase the details of standard-definition, Full HD and 4K broadcasts could mean it's better for watching a wider range of content.
It is the only TV technology to create colour like this. 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 company has described well about this new IPS Technology. The 65-inch UHD rollable LG OLED display the company made a decision to amaze us with will be showcased at CES 2018 this week. The company used CES to announce the world's largest and highest resolution OLED TV. It revealed its 88-inch 8K TV, alongside the new ThinQ software, a week before CES kicked off. Again, this isn't a tiny little roll-up OLED prototype like an earlier one that LG had released a few years ago purely for demonstration purposes.
Equally wonderful, and equally unattainable, is LG Display's 65-inch OLED screen that can be completely rolled up like a poster thanks to the use of an underlying flexible plastic substrate instead of glass.
The flexibility of the new 65 Inch OLED display makes it easier for the user to carry it along.
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The 8K OLED displays can also maintain their slimmer design, as the self-emissive OLEDs do not need backlight units.
LG TVs with ThinQ support services based on Electronic Program Guide (EPG) to deliver information in real time or change to a channel that offers the content requested.
While the W8 Wallpaper TV might not suit all customers (and comes with a premium price tag), the AI OLED E8 gives us a closer look at LG's "more normal" OLED TVs.
The LEDs in The Wall's panel can be switched off individually in the same way as an OLED display. It's like having a Google Home built into your TV - and could be an especially useful feature for those of us with burgeoning smart homes. These TVs will also be compatible with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa so the capabilities of what can be done with either of these new TV lineups is fairly extensive. The bottom part that accommodates the display when rolled down is also least impressive but can still serve an important objective, that of housing the speakers or other related stuff.
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