LG‘s smartphones might be underrated but not with electronics like the TV. The company made a big mark during the CES 2019 when it presemted it’s OLED TV R, a rollable smart television but now, it’s like the Korean giant is on to another level as it plans to showcase its new OLED Displays during this year’s CES starting on Tuesday, 7th of this month.
In order to keep us more excited, LG Display had made it known that it will have OLED displays designed to cover walls of airplanes which will enable air travelers to “feel more openness in the narrow space of an enclosed cabin.”
Another Display LG is coming to CES 2020 with is a 55-Inches Full HD Transparent OLED display which has at least 40% transparency that can be used as a partition in the cabin. Also will there be a 65-Inches Ultra HD Bendable OLED display that can be controlled in order to bend towards two opposite directions and lastly, LG will also have a 13.3-Inches Plastic OLED tablet on the show.
Transparent, plastic and rollable OLEDs will also be shown off for use in offices or cars. As for Smart home owners, LG says it’ll update to it’s Ultra-thin “Wallpaper” OLED which includes an 88-Inches 8K Cinematic Sound OLED display that has a total of 11.2 Channel sound systems.
These OLEDs generate sound directly from the display, but how that will sound compared to a more traditional setup is what many of us can’t wrap our heads around for now.
The Rollable screens aren’t just doomed to concept stage just yet as the company will also show-off a 65-Inches Ultra HD Roll-Down OLED Display.
And also will there be a 48-Inches conventional OLED display that will also be shown off, a first for LG, which has traditionally released OLEDs in larger 55-, 65-, 77- or 88-inch models.
Although all these smart TV and screens sound mouth-watering and interesting but what’s worst about them is the fact that LG hasn’t revealed when or how much these products will be released or their costs.