The change of generations of TVs with Full HD screens to 4K format has not yet been completed, as the prototype of the 8K format has already appeared on the horizon. LG is set to unveil its new brainchild - the world's first 88-inch 8K OLED TV at the traditional annual CES in Las Vegas.
According to representatives of the South Korean electronics giant, OLED technology delivers ultra-high resolution images (7680 x 4320) without sacrificing brightness and low power consumption compared to backlit LCD panels. Since OLED panels do not need backlighting, they can be very thin. The screen of the new TV contains 33 million pixels.
For now, everything will be limited to showing a concept model with unsurpassed image quality. The estimated price of the device remains unknown. However, if you focus on the finely dispersed 77-inch TVs with OLED-screen produced in the USA, released in June last year, then the price of the South Korean novelty is unlikely to be "budgetary".