LG 4K OLED Rollable TV

New Sony AF8 4K OLED TVs Announced At CES

LG 4K OLED Rollable TV

They also feature Trilumious display to enhance colour accuracy and it uses 4K X-Reality Pro to produce some noticeable details with a unique algorithm of reality creation database for any content, such as TV broadcasting, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Internet video and digital photos.

The screen of this 65-inch LG OLED TV rolls up into its base.

If you've dreamed of rolling up your television and stuffing it into your backpack, LG is moving rollable OLED displays even closer to your dreams.

Dubbed the A8F, this new Sony OLED TV keeps numerous features that were popular from the original model, including the stunning display and Acoustic Surface speaker, but Sony has also toned down the design a little to make it suit every environment. Both the OLED AF8 and LCD XF90 ranges feature the standard HDR10 and HLG formats, along with Dolby Vision HDR.

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The X900E was one of the best-performing LCD TVs CNET reviewed past year.

We can probably look forward to X900F models being released very soon in 49 inch, 55 inch, 75 inch and 85 inch versions.

Sony will be offering its A8F OLED TV in both 65in and 55in models, with both boasting Google Assistant and Android TV support. Sticking to Sony's wonderfully consistent naming sequence for its TVs, the new models are called the X900F-Series (as opposed to 2017's X900E-Series, or 2016 900D) and they will represent this year's replacements to the X900E.

Sony's X1 Extreme processor powers the Bravia A8F Series, and the TVs are available in 55-inch and 65-inch models.

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