Will 8K OLED TV be able to woo customers around the world


Reportedly, LG company is set to unveil its latest ultra-high resolution television for consumers around the globe. Last year one of the spokespersons of LG had told the media that the company is working on an exceptional project and it is about to revolutionize the television viewing experience.

Consumers will be able to get the first glimpse of the television at the consumer electronics show to be held in Las Vegas from January 9 to 12.

Will 8K OLED TV be able to woo customers around the world
Will 8K OLED TV be able to woo customers around the world

Speaking to a press conference, Byung Kang, the executive VP of LG said that it is a great achievement to introduce 8K OLED television to the users around the world. The executive VP further told that this is the beginning of the 8K era and users will be able to get enthralling picture viewing experience. Kang further told that at present LG company is spending a huge amount of money in research and development of OLED technology so that it can provide great televisions for users around the world.

According to one of the news agencies, LG’s latest, 88-inch 8K resolution television will possess the highest resolution to date. The latest OLED television is anticipated to have 7680 * 4320p.

Electronic analysts around the world are trying to anticipate the overall price of the product and it is expected to be more than $20,000, which was the tag price for 4K OLED television.

LG has introduced its OLED 8K resolution televisions, equipped with innovative technology in which the sound will emerge out of the screen. This innovation is expected to create a revolution in TV history as the sound will come from behind a character instead of sideway speakers. The company didn’t announce an official release date for its new OLED television, but its previous 4K resolution televisions are entertaining users by streaming videos of Amazon Prime as well as Netflix.


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