Thursday, January 2, 2020

New LG's rollable TV is literally rollable

LG Display has a new version of its rollable TV to show off at CES 2020, the company has announced. This year’s model works a little differently to the prototypes the company has shown off for the past two years, however. Rather than unrolling upwards out of its box, the TV will instead roll downwards from the ceiling; sort of like a projector screen without the projector. The company also has a new, smaller, 48-inch OLED TV display which will be unveiled at the show.
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LG Display will also have a new smaller 48-inch OLED TV display to show off at CES 2020. Until now, the display manufacturer’s smallest OLED TV panels have been 55-inches big, making them impractical for many smaller homes and apartments. The new 48-inch panel will be on show alongside LG Display’s existing lineup of 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch, and 88-inch OLED TV displays.
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There’s no word on when LG Display’s 48-inch OLED panel will find its way into a commercially available TV, or how much it’s likely to cost. LG Display is a distinct business unit within LG, and it provides OLED panels to a range of TV companies including Sony and Panasonic, in addition to its own parent company. LG tends to announce its lineup of OLED TVs at CES each year, however, so we won’t have long to wait to see if there are any 48-inch models.

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