LG presented their first 4K portable projector that can beam a gigantic 150-inch picture onto walls and world’s first 88-inch 8K OLED TV earlier this week.
Now LG is breaking more technology barriers by introducing the world’s first 65-inch rollable 4K OLED display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The revolutionary television easily rolls up like a poster or large newspaper.
Last year, LG launched a smaller 18-inch version that could fit in your back pocket, but it wasn’t full HD. But now at CES 2018, the South Korean tech giant takes it to another level with this breathtaking 65-inch rollable TV. The screen can also be purposely rolled down to certain heights to create different aspect ratios and shrinking to the point getting rid of those annoying black bars in letterbox viewing with the touch of a button.
There is also a “app view” mode where a sliver of the screen peeks out so the user can view information like the weather or headlines. The screen can be completely hidden in a relatively compact housing.
The innovative TV is made by LG Display, which is a research division of LG Electronics, that focuses on developing innovative display technologies. Don’t get your hopes up of owning this rollable display because it is currently only being sold to display manufacturers. LG envisions that the rollable TV will get even more compact and lighter, which will make it very portable.
Now let’s get these flexible screens in cell phones so we can have a big beautiful screen in a foldable handset that is easy to carry. Check out all of the incredible products that are debuting during CES 2018.