LG Signature OLED TV R literally rolls up inside its own base

LG Signature OLED TV R literally rolls up inside its own base

LG Signature OLED TV R literally rolls up inside its own base

LG first showed off a prototype, rollable OLED TV at last year's CES, but the OLED TV R is the first model we've seen that appears to be a consumer product (though LG has not yet announced pricing or availability). The whole process of retracting and rolling out happens in a few seconds and is quite noseless, and on the subject f durability, LG claims the TV can take as much as 50,000 rolls, and like you know the parts responsible for the movement might fail at any point in time.

But all those nifty features mean the sleek looking 4K set - provisionally dubbed the Signature Series OLED TV R - will likely be extremely expensive when it hits store shelves in late 2019.

Turned off, the OLED TV R looks like a coffee table, or an empty TV stand.

The LG Signature OLED TV R has three different viewing options: Full View, Line View, and Zero View.

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We've been consistently impressed by LG's OLED TVs in the past, since the panel technology produces flawless black levels and impressively wide color gamuts based on our lab tests.

What is whopping 88-inch in size and comes with a mind-boggling 8K resolution? In addition, all 2019 LG TV will make use of LG's α9 Gen 2 processor to offer enhanced picture and sound by analysing the content source and the ambient conditions around the TV to deliver more optimised content.

The TV runs on LG's webOS which is integrated with Google Assistant.

With support for AirPlay 2, users can easily play videos from iTunes and other video apps, music, photos and directly from their Apple devices to their LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R. With Apple HomeKit support, customers will be able to control their LG TV using the Home app or by asking Siri. The 2019 OLED and Nanocell LCD TVs also support the WISA speaker standard, letting users build their own wireless surround sound systems with an adapter.

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