As we see more and more manufactures targeting bigger screen sizes for their TVs, LG has taken a new route. Here’s the thing, there are people who don’t like a big rectangle being the center of their living space. We’ve seen with our phones, a desire to spend less time in front of screens. Companies are now focusing on making TVs that blend into our rooms more – we’ve seen this with Samsung’s “frame” TVs which can display art when not in use to mimic a picture frame on the wall.
Since this is an OLED TV, you get all of LG’s great picture technology. Perfect blacks, bright HDR lights and a wide range of vivid colours. It also runs Web-OS and has all the popular apps that we need and are used to from other LG TV models.
If you’re like us then you’ll be wondering what compromises have to be made when moving to a rollable screen versus a standard rigid OLED TV – LG claims there are no major differences, you get their best picture quality in a screen that rolls up.
The whole point of this great LG TV is that you don’t need to have a fixed screen in your room. There is even a great mode where the screen rises a small part of the way to display the LG home apps – allowing you to play music or control your smart home gadgets without having the whole screen rise up.
As we see this trend where TVs are trying to become more and less at the same time, who knows what we will see next? Being realistic, this model will be a very premium model when it arrives later in the year, and it will be a while before this type of technology is affordable for us all, in the meantime why not browse our collection of outstanding cheap LED TVs?