LG's 65in rollable OLED makes every other TV look boring

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It might also act as the Cupertino-located tech company's option to Samsung when it comes to display. The company has put in a lot of effort into its ThinQ artificial intelligence platform.

The 66-inch prototype boasts UHD 3840x2160 resolution and will allow consumers to roll it up when not viewing them, allowing for easy removable and easy installation, LG Display said. LG says its ThinQ AI can spot problems with the appliances and help diagnose the issue and get it fixed via a local fix center - we reckon this could make an interesting post-purchase revenue stream. That's why a strong holiday season and some new big-screen products can move the needle for this company - taking share prices along for the ride. For instance, you should be able to summon Assistant on your TV and ask it to switch on LG's air purifier or adjust the temperature of the AC. The former has been demonstrated with recipes provided by smart fridges, while the latter is used to control LG's ThinQ televisions.

That integration will "create a conversational experience" across devices, Scott Huffman, VP of engineering, Google Assistant, explained.

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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. It also got a UHD resolution.

Apart from nearly certainly being 4K UHD, we know precious little about LG's TV from the future. The A8F will be available in 55 and 65 inch sizes. According to the images, this flexible OLED panel is attached to a soundbar in which the TV rolls into place.

"LG Display is all about innovative products that provide new value to customers", Sang-Beom Han, Vice-Chairman and CEO of LG Display, said in a statement. LG has added support for Advanced HDR by Technicolor to its support for Dolby Vision, Hybrid Log Gamma (HLG), and HDR10. Along with this, they are also compatible with Amazon Alexa. The company's 2018 line of LED TVs will feature NanoCell technology with IPS and all 2018 models will have full-array local dimming LEDs.

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