LG Announces First Rollable OLED TV Model

LG Announces First Rollable OLED TV Model

This is interesting for a few reasons, firstly it's an OLED display, ensuring ideal blacks and fantastic color reproduction, and secondly it has that 120 Hz refresh rate, suggesting this isn't just an upcycled TV panel packaged in a PC compatible box like a lot of big form factor monitors from other competitors.

LG has officially announced that it is bringing its 65-inch rollable OLED TV to the market. With the LG Signature OLED TV R, this could be changed.

The TV of tomorrow is here: LG just launched the world's first rollable OLED TV, which will go on sale later this year. The whole process of retracting and rolling out happens in a few seconds and is quite noseless, and on the subject f durability, LG claims the TV can take as much as 50,000 rolls, and like you know the parts responsible for the movement might fail at any point in time. It's thin, but doesn't look particularly bendy at first glance. It offers users three modes - Full View, Line View and Zero View.

The rollable OLED TV is 4K, but LG is still making the jump to 8K with two new, inflexible TVs.

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LG hasn't disclosed a price or debut date for the LG Signature OLED TV R yet, however, there's more information on the company's website here on specs and other key features.

LG said the Signature TV is powered by its second-generation Alpha 9 processor and deep learning algorithm. In the recent past, we have seen manufacturers opting for the more bigger and wider viewing experience, which results in large TV screen taking most of the space in the room. For convenient playback and mirroring, LG will be adding support for AirPlay 2 by Apple. Zero View tucks away the TV, however, users can still enjoy music with the TV's Dolby Atmos audio system.

Apart from featuring Google Assistant voice assistant, the new LG TVs in 2019 will also sport Amazon Alexa voice assistant.

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