Sony unveils 4K OLED TVs with HDR

Sony unveils 4K OLED TVs with HDR

Trade shows are always an excuse for electronics manufacturers to show off wacky hypothetical products that may take many years to show up in consumer products.

Samsung - both companies have revealed 8K TVs, but Samsung was the only one actually talking about them at its conference.

The front of the 4k OLED display works and looks just like a regular TV screen.

One of the most impressive announcements so far has been made by LG.

This huge 4K TV is a 65-inch OLED panel, which is nearly as thin as a sheet of paper and can be rollable.

LG has also manufactured TVs that will be at the forefront ofCES this year.

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If you're in the unlikely Venn diagram of people who want a giant television screen but don't want to see it much, then you're in luck. There are plenty of huge TVs out there but what makes this one interesting is the modular technology. The dream of a roll-away, big-screen HDTV is now finally a reality thanks to LG's stunning 65-inch, rollable UHD, which the company unveiled at CES 2018 in Las Vegas.

Prices and availability to be confirmed.

Panasonic has announced two new TVs, the FZ950 and FZ800.

LG Display showed off an updated version of its "crystal sound" 65-inch prototype, which plays sound directly from the parts of the screen where the events are happening. The FZ800 TVs have built-in speakers while the FZ950 features a Dynamic Blade speaker. This way, the products use Assistant's voice recognition capabilities but are able to communicate with other LG products through ThinQ AI. We also got to see a bunch of concept robots in action which would be used for commercial purposes like delivering your morning paper in a hotel or helping you carry your groceries in a shopping mall. The resolution of the massive display is 7680 x 4320, which is 16 times more than 1080p resolution and four times that of 4K displays.

Samsung says the new level of connectivity between devices and the TV will make it easier to use.

This all sounds great in theory, but a demonstration given by LG at CES fell short on a couple of occasions.