LG will showcase its 48-inch bendable cinematic OLED display television with CSO technology at the CES 2021 event.
LG Display unveiled its first 48-inch bendable cinematic audio (CSO) OLED display before CES 2021. The television will have a paper-thin screen that bends and unfolds with a radius of curvature up to 1000R. The curved screen aims to offer users maximum viewing access. In this respect, it can be very useful especially for players. The bendable OLED screen comes with audible OLED (CSO) technology that allows them to vibrate and make their own sounds without using any speakers.
LG’s new bendable display is touted as the world’s first 48-inch bendable CSO display. A new video has also been posted on YouTube showing the arrival of the new screen to CES 2021. The company claims that the TV can be bent to a radius of 1,000mm without affecting the function of the screen. The ability to bend is at the discretion of the users. Users can use the television as a flat screen if they wish, or they can use it by bending it for a different experience.
The new TV has an ultra-thin film stimulator that is a part that shakes the screen. LG says this part has been reduced from 9mm to 0.6mm thick, making the screen really thin. In addition, the 48-inch bendable cinematic audio OLED display offers users a 0.1 millisecond response time, 120 Hz refresh rate per second, and a wide variable refresh rate range from 40 Hz to 120 Hz.
Additionally, LG claims that the bendable OLED display emits low levels of blue light and is flicker-free. Chang-ho Oh, Executive Vice President and Head of TV Business Unit at LG Display; “LG Display’s 48-inch Bendable CSO display maximizes the use of advanced technology that produces another level in terms of providing an immersive experience. For this reason, we can say that it is optimized for gaming. In other words, the new screen offers gamers the best gaming environment. ” He states that he thinks the new screen will be highly appreciated by the players.
Finally, let’s note that information about LG’s new OLED display can be further scrutinized with the upcoming CES 2021 event.