8K TVs. LG's CES 2019 booth is screen-lover's dream, with the most eye-popping display being a giant, immersive series of screens LG dubs the "waterfall".
LG claims it will be suitably durable and has been tested to 50,000 rolls up and down - meaning it would last well beyond the average lifespan of a living room TV.
The 65-inch OLED screen of the newly unveiled LG TV can roll into and unroll from a base stand which functions as a sound bar.
LG Signature OLED TV R can transform itself to offer three different viewing options - Full View, Line View and Zero View - allows customers to use the TV in ways that were impossible before the development of OLED technology.
We've been consistently impressed by LG's OLED TVs in the past, since the panel technology produces ideal black levels and impressively wide color gamuts based on our lab tests. The TV space is one area where we haven't seen any new innovations in terms of the design.
'A rollable OLED TV is a true game-changer, liberating users from the limitations of the wall and freeing them to curate their own personal space which no longer needs to be reserved full time for TV viewing'.
A year ago at CES, LG first revealed that it is working on a rollable TV. All of the company's new flagship TV lines will have Amazon Alexa support, accessible through the microphone on the TV's remote with the press of a button, like on most Amazon Fire TV products besides the Fire TV Cube (which supports hands-free Alexa).
This comes a year after LG added Google Assistant to its flagship TVs, which remains available on 2019 models.