LG's David VanderWaal said: "2018 will be the tipping point for the smart home".
LG focused a portion of its presser on a new line of OLED TVs with ThinQ on board. After having unveiled its ThinQ smart speaker along with its new range of speakers, the company is now all set to unveil its mammoth display that can be rolled. It comes as little surprise then that this year's TVs do look a lot like their predecessors. The company is expected to announce its price as well as the region-specific availability of the new TV series at the event.
What does this all mean for us smartphone enthusiasts? Like LG, Samsung too has kept majority of the specifications a secret for now.
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Now as mentioned earlier, this is just a concept, but considering how quickly LG moves from concept to reality we wouldn't be surprised if you could actually buy a finished product like this in less than a year. While this is as innovative as it gets, LG has not yet revealed the specifics of the TV.
LG Display plans to sell 2.8 million large-size OLED displays this year, and increase its sales target of large-size OLED displays to 6.5 million units in 2020.
The dawn of rollable OLED is nearly upon us, and it will bring with it some very impressive new form factors for phones, tablets, and, in this case, HDTVs. When there is no use of it, you can tool it back. It connects with Google services to display photos, other files and media saved in Google Drive.
Mr Park said enabling all appliances to talk to each other would allow devices to learn user habits and automatically carry out tasks such as controlling heating and re-ordering groceries. All screens will also offer regular HDR10, as well as HLG HDR technology. Imagine using a big 10-inch phone to read news or messages, and once done, rolling it into a compact form and keeping it in your pocket. LG, unsurprisingly, has continued its support for OLED, while Samsung still feels QLED is the way to go.
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Despite the improvements, it's still unlikely to match the black levels on LG's OLEDs, but it may well have the edge in colour reproduction. But the panel isn't OLED.
"The growing number of available OLED TV choices, especially high-profile Japanese and European brands, has resulted in more competition and pricing promotion activity in the OLED TV market". It's made up of small panels, so the TV can be produced in a variety of shapes and sizes. At 65 inches and a resolution of 4K, it's of the ideal size and specs for many living rooms, but what LG really wants you to focus on is the fact that it's basically a giant piece of electronic paper. The TVs also support 120FPS high frame rate video. Also, LG managed to further ideal its Crystal Sound OLED technology.
The real battle will be fought between the mid-range, more affordable sets. LG is just showing us one way of how its rollable TV could be put to use, which in this case is by hiding the display when not in use.
How fast the TV will arrive depends on market demand.
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