The concept is the same as that revealed by LG a few years back, except for that back then, the rollable feature was demoed on an 18-inch OLED screen. LG's secret seems to be the paper-thin OLED (organic light emitting diode) display which is found in top-end smartphones and TVs.
The new LG Display is the world's first 65-inch rollable OLED display. The TV looks like something out of a futuristic movie but LG has shown that this technology is near.
ThinQ is a form of artificial intelligence which is shared across a number of new LG products, from televisions and speakers, to fridges, ovens, washing machines and more.
But we would know more in the coming days with the prototype all set to be appearing at the show floor in CES. Apart from this, the company has also showcased 88 Inch OLED display with 8K resolution. At CES 2018, they also showed a similar product, although smaller in scale. There will be some impressive new computer monitors and Art Glass displays for TVs too showcased at CES 2018. It's as crisp and vibrant and attractive as the rest of the company's OLED portfolio, only it's that extra bit thinner, allowing it to be rolled down (kinda like a projector screen flipped on its head).
Last year, the firm successfully developed a 77-inch transparent OLED display.
And, users will have access to 'more intelligent content information, ' to search soundtracks or casts, and even let the TV turn itself off when a program ends, without setting a specific time.
Stepping away from the entertainment room and into the kitchen, LG has also embedded its new ThinQ system into a smart fridge, called the InstaView. The tablet can be used to control other smart appliances. We're assuming this means the TVs will also offer HDMI 2.1, which is necessary for connecting components compatible with HDR10+, though the company didn't mention that specifically.