LG’s 18-inch rollable OLED display will be revealed at CES 2016
It is more than a year now since LG first announced its prototype 18-inch rollable OLED display under development. Now, the company is ready to reveal it to the world at CES 2016. Back then, the OLED panel was 3 cm, having a resolution of 1,200 x 810 pixels and most probably the one shown-off to the public will be the same or even better. Also, we could see the 0.97mm thick 55-inch flexible wallpaper OLED display which was proof-of-concept technology when initially showcased.
LG is also going to show its 25-inch curved screen display for cars and at CES the company is going to put forward its plan for future OLEDs too with an investment of $8.7 billion. They may showcase the Advanced In-Cell Touch (AIT) technology (used in smartphones) in their notebooks which most probably are going to be 11.6-inch and 23-inch touchscreen monitors.
CES 2016 is less than a week away and LG will surely want to show-off their future-forward technologies to public. Especially, bendable OLED displays which LG believes in so much.
LG 18-inch rollable display is finally on show at CES 2016 and it surely is a head turner. It is paper thin and looks like an impressive piece of future tech. The Verge got the hands-on experience of the display and we must thank Engadget for the amazing perspective photo shot of this amazing prototype display.