10 January 2020
LG introduced its first rollable TV under the Signature OLED series at last year's CES which was appreciated by many of the tech enthusiasts. It has been one year since the unveiling and if you were waiting for the next iteration, you will not have to wait longer. The next iteration of LG rollable TV will have a rolling mechanism similar to a projector and is arriving at CES 2020.
As reported by Engadget, this new LG rollable TV will arrive in a 65-inch display size with an Ultra HD OLED display panel. It is said to roll down from the ceiling where the display "can be pulled down when desired and rolled up when not in use". LG believes that this new mechanism will help users maximize space in their house or wherever they would want to use the TV.
The concept does look intriguing but its practical usability and its pricing will matter a lot. It will also be interesting to see how much prepared LG is for the mass production of the new rollable TV concept. But when it comes to CES 2020, the new rollable OLED TV is not the only thing that LG will be talking about.
There will be a new 55-inch LG OLED video walls meant for airplane cabins but its resolution has not been mentioned yet. It has another 55-inch OLED display panel that offers Full HD resolution and is also transparent. This particular panel is meant to be used as an aisle partition and screen. Lastly, it has a 65-inch Ultra HD Bendable OLED display that will be flexible from both ends and it is targeted at first-class flights.