World’s first OLED display by LG that can be rolled like a Newspaper

Have you ever imagined rolling up your Television like a piece of paper? You can do it in reality now. This new technology comes from the family of the South-Korean tech giant LG. The company has just revealed the world’s first LG rollable OLED display that is going to be showcased at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) 2016.


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The display which is going to be showcased at CES 2016 has a prototype 18-inch screen with a HD resolution of 1200 x 800 pixels and was made using high molecular polymide film so as to build its back, which is responsible not only for reducing its thickness on a whole, but also responsible for allowing the display for its flexible movements. Therefore, while this device is something that you can always roll and fold, on the other hand, it is light, thin and flexible as well.

Although the device sports only a full HD display, there are reports that it can produce a screen quality of 4K, which is four times HD. The company hasn’t yet announced a date for its launch or how much it would cost. As it is in a prototype stage, small upgrades are expected to be done before slating it for a global launch.

For those of you who don’t want to provide a lot of space for your Television at home, this OLED display is for you. All you will have to do now is to just fold it up and put in the cupboard after use.

In the past, we witnessed the companies like Samsung coming forward with their curved TV technology. Samsung has also implemented the same in one of its smartphones, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge. So, we can assume that the curved display technology is the next innovative thing that is going to make a huge impact in the world of gadgets.

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