"LG showcases new rollable 65" OLED display

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It's hard to walk away unimpressed after spending time with the LG Signature OLED W8.

LG has turned its attention to the processing that drives that hardware.

A key characteristic for ThinQ is for the platform to evolve over time as the products become smarter as they learn the behaviors and usage patterns of the consumer. Users just need to roll it up and place it in any corner of their homes. Also, it is incredibly easy to store.

I haven't seen the 65-incher yet but my hands-on time with its smaller brother (above), a mere 0.18mm thick, kinda blew my mind. Tidy people and neatniks will love that feature. The future of Television industry looks brighter as many other giants will come up with their own innovative gadgets or displays in the coming days.

We will, of course, update with any details and bring you our first impressions of these new TVs as soon as we set eyes on them.

This year's flavor - called webOS with Google Assistant - is similar in a lot of ways to last year's webOS 3.5. Second, an extra section of glass now extends down below the bottom of the screen and wraps around the metal stand, finishing just a fraction above the stand's bottom edge. Then finish your movie somewhere else. By getting rid of the idea of separate speakers, the company's Crystal Sound technology enables the display surface itself to emanate more realistic, richer sound than speakers can.

LG's Wallpaper TV with the Google Assistant. This is a friggin' rollable TV, dude! We gush about the inky black levels and, now, even more colorful images.

"Burn-in occurs both in OLED and LCD". LG has tied up with Goggle and Amazon to integrate ThinQ with their AI assistants. It does not even support full high-definition (HD) display, but the concept was impressive for its time. This makes it very portable, with its tube size no larger than a sound bar (a speaker designed as a long horizontal bar, usually found in home entertainment systems). But it's most likely to be a prototype as well. Below these are the G8, C8 and the B8 TVs. LG's new display, however, seems more advanced and bigger in scale.

"The successful development of the world's first 8K OLED display is a milestone for the 8K era and underscores the exciting potential of OLED", said In-Byung Kang, Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer at LG Display.