LG debuted a 77-inch OLED screen at CES 2014. The flat screen TV merges 4K resolution (3480 x 2160) and OLED technology into one panel. What’s even more amazing is that a user can use the remote control to adjust the curvature of the OLED TV. You can even change it to a flat screen with no curve if you wanted to. That’s cool, right? Of course it is.
According to LG, their OLED TV’s internal Color Refiner layer improves the consistency of color reproduction across the entire image. As a result, the picture is more natural and pleasing to the eye.
Unlike traditional, synthetic LEDs (light-emitting diodes), OLED uses an organic substance that glows when an electric current is introduced. This revolutionary material is part of new design approach that drastically reduces the thickness and weight of the TV. The light passes through a combination of filters to reproduce spectacular high-definition images.
The LG OLED TV, with its graceful curve and barely-there bezel, blends elegantly into any decor. A marvel of engineering, it sports a lightweight carbon fiber rear panel that is more durable than plastic and handles heat better than aluminum, as found in traditional televisions.
More info: CNET