Samsung's 8K QLED set will still struggle to match LG's OLED when displaying darker scenes, but its ability to sharpen and increase the details of standard-definition, Full HD and 4K broadcasts could mean it's better for watching a wider range of content. All these latest innovative technologies will be showcased under the slogan "Display Your Lifestyle". One can ask Google Assistant to play TV shows, movies, and more.
When not being used, the LG OLED panel rolls up into its base like some sort of high-tech carpet.
It unveiled a new ThinQ lineup of AI-powered 4K OLED TVs, which support both Alexa and Google Assistant depending on the country, during its press conference at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.
This new rollable OLED will be flexible enough to be rolled up and stored when not in use, flawless for bedroom use or discrete home cinema installations. It packs LG's fastest chip, the Alpha 9, which drives AI, picture quality and "ultra-fast" response times. At CES 2016 it showcased a similar rollable TV with a smaller 18-inch screen.
The previous largest LG OLED TV featured a 77-inch panel with 4K resolution.
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The E8 is a direct parallel to the E7, and brings the W8's technology to a more conventional TV. Though that's the case, the South-Korean firm is diligently working hard to safeguard its supremacy in TV display segment in this new commercial year as well.
Company's spokesman told, "OLED is clearly a next-generation technology leader and for this reason, LG Display is accelerating its research and development into OLED so that we can provide differentiated products to customers and markets." .
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.
With consumer television prices falling, global shipments of organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TVs grew 133 percent year over year, reaching a new monthly record of 270,000 units in November 2017, during the lead-up to the holiday shopping season. The foldable TV can be moved around easily and can also be easier to store.
The LEDs in The Wall's panel can be switched off individually in the same way as an OLED display.