LG is introducing the world’s first roll-up OLED TV, a new generation of TVs at CES 2019. This LG’s SIGNATURE OLED roll-up TV (model 65R9) redefines television by inventing a set-up exclusively obtained through the group’s OLED technology.
It was introduced last year, now LG’s roll-up OLED TV becomes a reality which is said to be world’s first roll-up TV, wrapping up and taking place at the touch of a button. The LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R is transformed to offer three different viewing options full View, Line View and Zero View.
Featuring the latest LG α (Alpha) 9 second generation processor and Artificial Intelligence (AI) via a deep learning algorithm, this OLED TV supports Amazon Alexa (launch of natural language commands), Apple AirPlay 2 and from HomeKit as the company said.
The Line View selection lets you partially unroll the LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R, for example to direct particular tasks that do not need the whole screen. Various functions are also offered to the user, such as the clock, the frame, the mood, the music and the dashboard. It selects the clock to quickly see the time and weather, the frame to scroll family photos shared from a smartphone, or the mood mode to make more soothing atmosphere.
With the Zero View option, the LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R’s 65-inch 4K screen is fully concealed in its base. Other than that even in Zero View, the user can listen to music and other audio using the Dolby Atmos 4.2-channel 100W front-end audio system. Note that the case is made of brushed aluminum or the top covers speakers are made of wool and are designed by Kvadrat (Denmark). No price is announced at the moment but accessibility is in the second half.
Television screens have grown progressively as resolution improves and consumers demand a more immersive viewing experience. For this, it was required to find new technology. The builders were looking to create larger, more discreet TVs and strove to make even thinner screens with the most invisible designs possible.