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LG’s amazing rollable OLED TV is now 65-inches and 4K to boot

On the eve of CES, LG has announced what’s likely to be one of the most talked about televisions at this year’s show.

The display specialist has unveiled a 65-inch OLED television, which can be rolled up like a newspaper.

The new prototype comes after LG revealed an 18-inch proof of concept display a few years back.

The 2018 iteration also arrives with an Ultra HD resolution.

Considering TVs are generally pretty static, it could be liberating for consumers to one day have a transportable television that’s more like a pull-down projector screen, minus the need for a projector.

Further details are thin on the ground right now, but LG plans to showcase the roll-up set on its stand in Las Vegas this coming week.

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It’ll sit alongside LG’s other novelty set, the 88-inch 8K OLED it announced last week.

That’s both the largest and the highest resolution OLED panel the firm has ever concocted.

We’re out in force at CES 2018 and we’re excited to clap eyes on both of these futuristic sets.

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