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LG Rumoured To Bring Rollable OLED TV to CES 2019

According to reports, LG will be showcasing market-ready rollable OLED TVs to CES 2019 hinting that they could be available for purchase in early 2019.

LG made a huge splash at the previous CES with their 88″ 8K TV and their rollable OLED technology, with the prototype receiving much praise.

At CES 2018, LG Display demonstrated the 65-inch rollable OLED prototype, which also happened to have UHD (4K) resolution with cinematic 21:9 ratio option that rolled neatly into a box a fraction of its size.

The prototype wasn’t too distinguishable from LG’s OLED TVs and the unfurling was controlled by remote and wasn’t too slow or noisy.

Engadget claims to have seen internal documents indicating intended topics for the presentation, and it appears that the prototype shown at CES 2018 is ready to take centre stage.

Perhaps with a sturdier or larger screen, or perhaps we’ll witness a new prototype with ThinQ AI integrated. We’ll have to wait and see.

Also listed in these documents, according to Engadget, are LG’s plans to reveal a foldable phone, as first revealed by Evan Blass.

Making LG the latest to join the race to enter a foldable phone into the marketplace, along with Samsung and Huawei among others.

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