LG is making big bets on television sets at the ongoing CES trade show event in Las Vegas. The company just announced seven OLED TVs ranging from 55-inch display to 77-inch sizes, all featuring 4K support. Also Read - Xiaomi smartphones running Android Oreo get LDAC support: Report
The company has all kind of TVs to show off at the event. There’s a 55-inch flat model, a 65-inch curved screen, and a 77-inch model with a flexible display that can go from flat to curved at the touch of a button. There are curved models available in 55-inch and 77-inch screen sizes as well, and you can also find two flat versions with 65-inch screen sizes. Also Read - Tome unveils an office desk that will tell when to sit or stand to help in losing weight
The TV sets are running on webOS 2.0 platform, which as the company says, has received a lot of speed improvements. The company said in December that one will be able to open the YouTube app with as much as 70 percent improved time speed. The booting timing has been reduced as well. The company has also partnered with GoPro, DirecTV, and many other companies. Also Read - From mind reading headbands to wearable selfie taking drone: 10 whacky gadgets from CES 2015
While LG hasn’t revealed the pricing of the TV sets just yet, you shouldn’t expect any model to cost less than $10,000. Many will find company’s decision to stick with OLED display — which is comparatively expensive than other available displays in the market — a bad idea. We will see how things pan out in the months to come.