LG is no stranger to screens that can flex and curve, and this time around the manufacturer has come up with an 18-inch OLED display that can be rolled up like a newspaper. The display will be showcased during CES 2016, alongside a host of new offerings from LG's display division.
New 65- and 77-inch 4K TVs, as well as LG's first 8K model, the UH9800, will be on display at the event, as well as a concept 55-inch OLED "paper-thin" TV that has its electronics installed separately. We'll be bringing you all the details from the show floor, so stay tuned for more.
Source: LG Display
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