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LG Introduces The World's First 88-Inch 8K OLED Display
09 Enero 2018, 11:12 | Benedicto Grullon
What's in the box? LG unfurls rollable 65-inch OLED TV
Want to see every LG TV coming in 2018? Here's what you need to know... And to that end, LG has just revealed a unique TV that pushes the boundaries in yet another way - it's so thin that it can be rolled up like a piece of paper. Maybe even quite revolutionary to a certain type of AV fan. A level below is the E8, which has all the power and features, but built into a more conventional design.
Despite the heavy dose of Google Assistant integration in today's presentation, I.P Park, President and Chief Technology Officer of LG Electronics, emphasized the company's open approach and was quick to mention Amazon.
The screen of this 65-inch LG OLED TV rolls up into its base. Over time though, prices will fall as the technology becomes more ubiquitous.
How much will it cost?
Flexible displays are not necessarily news anymore. The SUPER UHD TVs with FALD allow denser backlighting zones throughout the display, unlike edge lighting, in which backlights are positioned on the edges of the TV panel. The same was said of high definition and then of 4K ultra high definition.
All of this AI is supposed to happen in the background.
Has OLED reached its limit?
The Alpha 9 processor will also enable a massive leap in the look-up table - a term you'll be hearing a lot from LG in the New Year. So far, LG hasn't released more details about the display, but we expect them to be out as soon as CES 2018 begins later this week.
I.P. Park, President and Chief Technology Officer of LG Electronics introduces Google Assistant integration to their ThinQ line of products. And just like the Assistant in a Google Home, it's contextually aware, so you can follow that question up with something like "And who founded it?"
LG Display will invest 20 trillion won in OLED by 2020 and have it account for 40 percent of its revenue, the company has said.
The Chinese plant is set to begin mass production in the second half of 2019 and has a monthly production capacity of 60,000 8.5th generation large-size OLED displays.
TCL also spent a bit of time talking about corporate responsibilities, announcing a new Department of Environmental Sustainability to oversee its ambitions for a more recycling and eco-friendly future.
Other major TVs showcased at CES 2018 thus far include Samsung's 146-inch 4K, which it calls "The Wall".
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