LG is going bold this time at the Consumer Electronics Show 2016, where the company is all set to showcase the largest foldable display ever possible. The South Korean giant is bringing Future at the most popular expo of the year. It’s not even a week into the New Year and we are possibly hearing that the game-changing technologies would be demoed to the world pretty soon.
The 18-inch prototype is said to sport a newspaper like thinness and would be supposedly able to roll like one. Last year, the company has already showed similar technology as a matter of proof, a concept they’ve been working for quite a time now. The technology is built on company’s OLED work that is focused on making bendable, curving and rollable displays. Earlier, it was kept under wraps while this time around they look more confidence in showing how displays in future would look and work like.
The company that is no stranger to the flexible and curved displays on smartphones would be attempting to use this technology beyond a 5-6-inch factor. LG Display, the division working on R & D related to the screen technologies would be showcasing how this technology would work. We are talking large displays so light and thin that you can carry around in your backpack and install at your convenience. There are not many specifics known about this foldable display, but we are sure excited to learn what it is that LG has in store for us.
In their Auto Zone, LG Display would be showing off the 25-inch “waterfall” curved display that would be fitting inside your car interiors. As well as a 10.3-inch Advanced In-Cell Touch LCD, which can even respond through the gloves that driver would be wearing. Company is inclined to revolutionize the future of displays.
In related news, the Korean brand would be showcasing its recently launched 4K TVs, the 65 and 77-inch sizes as well its first 8K Television model named UH9800. Moreover, there would be a 55-inch OLED TV that will show up on stage sporting a super thin size. We will bring you the latest news from the CES 2016 that is slated to commence from January 5.
Source: LG Display