LG has been consistently dominating the TV space at CES the past few years. Samsung may produce amazing QLED TVs but most critics still prefer the OLED TVs that have recently come out. With LG being the only producers are OLED technology and they are consistently pushing the boundaries of what is possible with this technology.
We have already seen the mammoth 88-inch 8k OLED TV that LG will be showing off this year at CES, and now LG has announced a new 65-inch rollable OLED.
This new rollable OLED will be flexible enough to be rolled up and stored when not in use, perfect for bedroom use or discrete home cinema installations.
One of the features LG have been able to implement using the rollable technology is having the TV operate in different formats. Besides the typical, full 65-inch screen, it's got a more cinematic 21:9 ratio option and a slender notification panel that can house weather info and act as a music player when you don't need the screen up front and centre.
Unfortunately, there is not any news if this model will ever be commercially available, let alone pricing, but flexible OLED displays appear to be just about ready for consumers.
To complement this announcement they have also announced an upgraded version of its Crystal Sound tech (seen in Sony's OLED TVs) that embeds speakers directly into the screen.