LG lanunches its World's First 88 inch 8K Display at CES

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LG has unveiled a new LED TV of 88 inch OLED Display with extreme high resolution..but will be showcased at the upcoming Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas.

The LG 98UH9800 is also the world first 8K TV in the world today that's also capable of supporting current high dynamic range (HDR) standards. with 7,680x4,320 8K resolution. It is four times that of 4K, and 16 times more than the standard full-HD, 1,080x1,920-pixel resolution. LG maintained that it’s actually easier to come up with 8K resolution for an OLED display than a liquid crystal display (LCD) panel.Despite the fact the new super-sized LG 8K TV isn't sporting an OLED screen, using instead an IPS panel, LG is promising to be able to deliver truer blacks than standard LCD TVs thanks to 240 discrete blocks of LED backlighting and to emit organic light

LG said that conventionally, increases in resolution make pixels smaller, and that lowers aperture ratio, which makes it hard to maintain luminance. But the OLED panel won’t be needing extra power to work. Hence, power consumption won’t be an issue for consumers. The 33 million self-emissive OLED pixels in each 8K OLED display create more delicate images and unmatched picture quality but it also capable of displaying not just HDR content but also a brave new world of colour too.

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LG uses ColorPrime Plus technology - a chunkier colour filter, with additional colour phosphors - which allows it to hit 125% of the old Rec 709 colour standard and over 90% of the Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI) colours. The current OLED screens from LG by comparison are rated around 88% of the DCI standard. The panel is also capable of displaying the next generation Rec 2020 (or BT.2020) wide colour standard too.

But Samsung likely to unveil something similar, Inspite of competition Samsung also addressed the issue that many industry sources have with 8K technology and may it can unveil a micro LED TV.

Meanwhile, LG appears to be keen on making its presence very visible at CES this January. Prior to announcing its 88-inch 8K display, Addition LG  is also the first TV to incorporate the new Super MHL connection. Because it allows you to fire 8K content over a wired connection to the vast 98-inch screen. So it  ables to deliver video at an 8K native resolution, but it's also able to do that at speeds of up to 120fps.

 However there's probably no need to rush to get 8K screens just yet, but you will want to be ready for 8K broadcasting come the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.But LG has not said how much the TV will cost, or when it will be available

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