The rollable TV design concept is magical, And LG has not stopped on one roll-up TV design, LG is working on Another rollable new technology side roll -up tv.
In this Article will be discussed and find out LG ROLL-UP OLED TV WITH SIDE ROLL-UP SCREEN.
Rollable Roll-UP Screen
Rollable Roll-UP Screen-LG OLEDR (65R9 rollable television)Signature TV
“Bigger is better” seems to be the common consensus with televisions, with Samsung literally making a television the size of a wall… but the ‘bigger’ question remains, when does size start becoming a hindrance?
The large phone market stopped at around 6 inches because any bigger and the phone is literally too large to use, so the question remains, how big must a TV be to be the biggest it should be?
LG doesn’t really have an answer to that question, but it has a solution. Flexible displays. LG’s Rollable TV concept features a 65-inch mammoth of a screen that’s actually as flexible as fabric (and as a result, super thin), as it rolls into a housing that’s a fraction of its size.
What’s more interesting is that this ability doesn’t necessarily mean a compromise on quality because the Rollable TV features a 4K UHD display. Did I also mention, it rolls up into a cylinder?!
However, an initial 2019 release window came and went, seemingly because of production issues, and we got through almost the whole of 2020 before LG was confident enough to release the set to the public.
Specification (65R9 rollable television)Signature TV-
- Screen size 65-inches
- HDR HDR10, HLG, Technicolor and Dolby Vision
- HDMI 4
- USB 3
- Dimensions TBC
The OLED R covers a wide variety of HDR bases, including HDR10, Dolby Vision, Technicolor, HLG and LG’s own Dynamic HDR.
There’s no support for HDR10+ though. The TV runs the webOS 4.5 smart portal. It’s also compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, and has support for Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.
The addition of AirPlay 2 lets you send video and audio from iTunes and other music and video apps via Apple devices, as well as music and video stored on iPhones, iPads, Macs and PCs running iTunes.
The cabinet actually houses a 4.2-channel Dolby Atmos sound system, with a claimed 100W cumulative power output. As a hi-fi solution it’s not short of punch, and while hardly audiophile, makes an entertaining enough noise.
One of the more intriguing capabilities of the second gen Alpha 9 processor used here is AI sound. This takes a two channel source and applies virtual 5.1 ‘upscaling’.
When applied during our demos, the sound field really did appear to step back and expand. However, although this may be technically a ‘Dolby Atmos’ system, there are no up-firing, Dolby-enabled speakers in the cabinet – all the cones behind the cloth are forward facing.
That means you’ll need an external setup to make the most of Atmos’ immersive 3D sound.
Price and availability
LG’s Rollable OLED TV R, the company’s eye-grabbing tech that was introduced back in CES 2018 is finally available for people to buy, but at an eye-popping pricetag. The LG Rollable OLED TV R has been priced at a whopping $100,000.
LG Rollable OLED TV R65 Price in India – (Unofficial)- Rs 75,00000,
LG Rollable OLED TV R65 Price in USA-(Available)-US $100,000,
LG Rollable OLED TV R65 Price in UK-(Approx.)- £72,000,
Side roll -up- Rollable TV
HERE’S A CRAZY NEW CONCEPT OF A ROLLING SCREEN THAT CAN CHANGE SIZES AND ASPECT RATIOS-
LG Electronics has stopped producing smartphones. The South Korean manufacturer is active in other markets, LG has also been producing OLED TVs for years, LG was the first brand to introduce a rollable television in 2018, the ‘Signature OLED R’ – also known as ROLED.
Although it took longer than expected, the LG Rollable TV is already available in different parts of the world, and since March 2021 you can also buy the 65 inch Rollable TV in the Netherlands for an exorbitant price of € 100,000. OLED R was announced in 2018.
On June 4, 2021, LG Electronics received a design for a “roll-up television” from The Hague International Design System, which is part of the World Intellectual Property Office (WIPO).
In its most compact form, the television has the shape of an elongated loudspeaker that is nicely rounded on the sides.