LG Display Unveils World's First 88-inch 8K OLED Display


LG Display has showcased a new 88-inch OLED display with an 8K resolution, ahead of the upcoming CES 2018 show in Las Vegas.

OLED technology is dominated by Samsung (period), it looks like LG has a step ahead of Samsung.

If you were planning to buy an OLED TV but nothing out there was big enough for you, LG has a treat: The world's first 8K, 88-inch OLED display.

LG is shoving the displays of its TV to ever-greater resolutions, sizes, and also most probably prices for the forthcoming CES 2018.

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Ultra high-definition 4K TVs have only become part of the mainstream within the previous year but LG is already preparing to unveil the world's first OLED panel with quadruple the pixel count.

Because OLED displays are self-emissive LG claims it has been able to achieve this without sacrificing brightness.

LG Electronics takes a lot of pride in its display sub-division as they churn out the best displays available in the market. With that measurement, LG still won't beat the world's biggest display in a TV, but it definitely seats atop in terms of largest OLED panel.

Some of you may remember when Sony launched the first 11-inch OLED TV, the XEL-1. So LG made a decision to do everyone else better by unveiling an 88-inch, OLED Display, 8K TV. However, fans are expecting it to be more expensive the 77-inch TV in the market, which does not feature 8K and debatable QLED quality. Even so, LG unveiling the TV during CES is key. That's four times the pixels of the most common "4K" display, and sixteen times the pixels of your typical 1920x1080 (or "1080p") monitor. The idea of a folding phone is nothing new but we have yet to see a device that has a fully functional display that can flex and work like any ordinary smartphone screen. LG says OLED is less susceptible to this than LED LCDs, although with LCD screens offering significantly higher brightness than OLED, there will probably be a levelling in potential performance.