However, LG will be unveiling some more products at the event. Well, just after teasing its latest 34-inch 5K monitor, LG has now unveiled a massive 88-inch OLED TV ahead of the official launch at CES 2018. The company has claimed that its QLED TVs are better than OLED TVs.
While that's not the largest television you can buy, the upgrade to LG's (now paltry-looking) 77-inch 4K display is the first big OLED display with more than 33 million pixels to play with-perfect for all the 8K content you can access, which is none.
The company will showcase its 8K OLED and other new products at CES 2018, the world's largest consumer electronics and IT show which will run in Las Vegas from January 9 to 12.
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South Korean technology major LG known for its prowess in LED display development has come up with a new giant super high-resolution TV with state-of-the-art technology that is for sure going to take the television viewing experience to a whole new level.
Prior to this, the largest OLED screen was at 77-inches and they were offered in 4K resolution. The image of the TV released by LG is also equally stunning, to say the least, though the only problem here - if it can be so said - is that there isn't any 8K content to view on the TV just yet. It may take time, but LG can definitely boast of its achievement when the time comes. "Part of this includes the construction of a new OLED plant outside of Korea for the first time - in China's Guangzhou city, no less, and this was recently approved by the South Korean government", the report by Engadget reads.
LG maintained that it's actually easier to come up with 8K resolution for an OLED display than a liquid crystal display (LCD) panel. Meanwhile, the company has also suggested that it will also be announcing three new flagship monitors with interesting features as well.