LG Launches the World's First Rollable, Futuristic OLED TV

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Previous year at CES, LG first revealed that it is working on a rollable TV.

South Korean electronics giant LG used CES 2019 in Las Vegas to unveil the 'Signature OLED TV R, ' a television with a rollable display.

Then, when the screen is needed, it rolls out of the cabinet to provide a superthin 65-inch 4K HDR OLED panel with the speaker system turning to TV duties. The whole process of retracting and rolling out happens in a few seconds and is quite noseless, and on the subject f durability, LG claims the TV can take as much as 50,000 rolls, and like you know the parts responsible for the movement might fail at any point in time.

The OLED panel has a window-blind like back that is able to fold into a cylinder within the base.

The OLED TV R goes further with its rollable screen that simply disappears into the stand.

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The rollable OLED TV is a game-changer for a variety of reasons.

The TV can place itself in three viewing configurations, depending on what the user needs.

The 88Z9 is an 88-inch 8K OLED TV, while the 75SM99 is a 75-inch 8K Nanocell LCD TV (Nanocell, previously called SUHD, is LG's high-end LCD TV line).

LG said the Signature TV is powered by its second-generation Alpha 9 processor and deep learning algorithm.

This allows to use little apps such as a clock or use the screen to show pictures. Even in Zero View, users can enjoy music and other audio content which emanate from the 4.2-channel, 100W front-firing Dolby Atmos audio system. LG is also including the very latest version of WebOS, something that will include support for Amazon Alexa, with LG also adding in Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit integration.

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