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LG unveils a transparent 18-inch OLED ‘rollable’ display


LG Display has unveiled a new kind of display technology, where it showcase a 18-inch flexible OLED panel that could be rolled like paper for easy carriage and the company said that the display will be available in market by 2017.LG to launch 18-inch display that can be rolled up

LG has officially made announcement of this display with incredible potential. According to the reports, the rolled up display by LG has resolution of 1,200 x 800. The fact that the display device can be rolled up does make it something to look forward to. But the fact that it can be rolled up while it is still displaying images just adds to the surprise. The initial reactions that I had been certainly of disbelief but with the official announcement out, LG is probably all set to take the viewers to an ecstatic world.

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LG Display’s senior vice president and head of the R&D center In-Byung Kang said in a statement:

“LG Display pioneered the OLED TV market and is now leading the next-generation applied OLED technology. We are confident that by 2017, we will successfully develop an Ultra HD flexible and transparent OLED panel of more than 60 inches, which will have transmittance of more than 40 percent and a curvature radius of 100R, thereby leading the future display market.”

LG has officially announced the existence of such a display but has not made any efforts to indicate its launch. Instead, the company has mentioned that they are looking forward to develop the display and make it more efficient. The company is looking forward to launch the product by sometime around 2017.

According to the statement, the R&D department is looking for ways to make the display device more effective and develop its usefulness to the people.

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