At the Customer Electronics Show (CES) 2018 technology expo, LG had displayed a prototype of 65-inch OLED roll-up 4K TV. At that time, the South Korean manufacturer did not confirm on the price tag and availability of the gadget. At the ongoing CES 2019, LG showcased the customer version of its 65-inch roll-up TV. Furthermore, the manufacturer not only confirmed the “Signature OLED TV R” the gadget name for the 65-inch roll-up TV, but In addition unveiled that it will be out there for get later this year.
The 65-inch OLED panel of the newly uncovered LG TV could roll into and unroll from a base stand which functions as a sound bar. Whenever the TV is not in use, the display can automatically roll down. The sound bar contains 100-watt Dolby Atmos speaker. The screen can be rolled up to desired height for viewing photos or to use it as a smart hub for smart devices. It takes only 10 seconds for the panel to rise up completely.
The TV runs on LG’s webOS what is integrated with Google Assistant. The South Korean company will be adding support for Amazon Alexa later this year. For handy playback and mirroring, LG will be adding support for AirPlay 2 by Apple. All the ports which include HDMI 2.1 are located on the rear side of the cameraphone. The South Korean manufacturer claims that its roll-up OLED TV offers the similar image high quality, viewing angles and deep blacks as its regular OLED sets.
LG Signature OLED TV R will be out there for buying in the U.S. before the end of the year. The manufacturer is yet to confirm on its price tag and the similar launch timeframe. However, it is very likely to come with an high-priced price tag tag.