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LGD Unveils Rollable OLED at CES 2016
Rollable OLED
LGD Unveils Rollable OLED at CES 2016
  • By Cho Jin-young
  • January 6, 2016, 01:30
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LG Display’s rollable OLED, which is being showcased at the CES 2016.
LG Display’s rollable OLED, which is being showcased at the CES 2016.

 

LG Display is showcasing a rollable organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2016 in Las Vegas on Jan. 6 (local time), unveiling future display technologies, including paper-thin large display panels.

LG Display is showcasing a 30-R 18-inch rollable concept display at CES 2016. The company claims that the OLED display can be rolled up like a newspaper.

It comes with a flexible OLED panel with HD-class resolution at 1200x810 pixels. The company announced the display for the first time in 2014. The company, which has built a leading position in the OLED, UHD 4K and 8K LCD sectors for years, will display the new, next-generation 8K products, which maximize the possibility of OLED panels, at the exhibition.

Some of the other highlights of the OLED lineup of displays LG is bringing to CES include a 55-inch OLED TV, which is as thin as paper with its circuits built into the bottom. In the LCD zone, the company will show off a 65-inch UHD borderless TV, improving its design competitiveness. Also, it will unveil HDR and 8K 65-inch TV panels, which reduce power consumption by 35 percent compared with existing products and use M+ technology that realizes the same or 50 percent improved brightness for the first time.

In the commercial zone, LG will be the first company to develop and showcase an 86-inch LCD with a 58:9 aspect, which is ideal for commercial and airport advertising displays. The S-shaped 139-inch Vertical Tiling OLED, which consists of eight large double-sided OLED panels, is also notable. In the automobile zone, the company will display a 25-inch waterfall-like curved LCD to fit in different car interiors as well as 10.3-inch LCD panels that respond to drivers wearing gloves.