LG Display 65-Inch UHD Rollable OLED TV is indistinguishable from magic Back in 2014, LG arrived at CES with the world’s first flexible OLED TV. Alongside the rollable OLED display, LG at the CES showcased its 88-inch 8K OLED display and a Crystal Sound OLED integration. Now, the world’s first rollable 65-inch 4K OLED display offers a more realistic (yet still kinda crazy) use for OLED tech that’s flexible. LG doesn’t yet mention prosaic details like when it will hit the market or how much it might cost.
CES this year, LG Display is showcasing an OLED display that can be rolled up so it’s easier to move or be hidden from view when not being used. The dream of a roll-away, big-screen HDTV is now finally a reality thanks to LG’s stunning 65-inch, rollable UHD, which the company unveiled at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.
What’s New On this LG’s TV:
LG’s 65-inch rollable OLED display has 4K resolution.
The flexibility was intended to allow consumers to control the angle of curvature of the display via a remote.
It can roll up and hidden in when not in use.
Crystal Sound OLED also in development to emanate sound from OLED panels.
It’s got a more cinematic 21:9 ratio option and a slender notification panel.
LG’s concept rollable TV has all the bells and whistles with a 65-inch diagonal bezel-free form factor and 8K resolution.
That’s a huge screen that might actually benefit from 8K resolution compared to 4K.
It’s 135 pixels per inch whereas a 4K screen would only be 67 pixels per inch at this size.
— CNET (@CNET) January 9, 2018