LG seems to be very much attached to the OLED TVs as the South Korean electronic giant has announced that it will showcase its 2014’s OLED TV collections at CES event, including the largest 77-inch 4K OLED TV.
The key highlight of the lineup is the 77-inch curved Ultra HD (4K) OLED TV along with the 55-inch and 65-inch, which will also supports the Ultra HD 3D videos. LG hasn’t confirmed about the WebOS operating system inside these 2014 TV lineups, but the reports suggests that the company will bring its WebOS platform in 2014’s smart TV lineup, which was acquired from Hewlett-Packard last year. Today itself, the photo of a LG smart TV with WebOS interface leaked.
Two weeks ago, LG has announced that it will be showcasing the 105-inch curved Ultra HD TV with 21:9 aspect ratio, while Samsung also launched its 105-inch curved Ultra HD smart TV and selling the 110-inch Ultra HD TV for $150,000(not curved).
As we have seen every past years, LG and Samsung always compete with each other in every segment. While Samsung is leading in smartphone segment, LG is not falling behind in the TV and other Household Appliances. Meanwhile, LG also planned to introduce its new HomeChat service, which will help the owners of LG Home Appliances to remotely control and manage the devices with the help of chatting via LINE smartphone messenger, that too in a simple language.
We have plenty of gadgets to see in next week’s Consumer Electronics Show 2014 held at Las Vegas, Nevada on January 7 -10. Stay tuned for the live update on the gadgets release at the event.