LG 48-inch CX OLED 4K TV
First announced at CES 2020 in January, the LG 48-inch CX OLED 4K TV is finally hitting stores late next month, priced at $1499 USD. In addition to featuring 4K UHD (3,840×2,160) resolution with a pixel density of 8 million pixels, it is NVIDIA G-SYNC compatible for a silky smooth gaming experience. It also supports dynamic HDR10 and Dolby Vision at up to 120 frames per second for 4K UHD content, complete with advanced HDMI specifications such as auto low latency mode (ALLM), enhanced audio return channel (eARC) and variable refresh rate (VRR). Read more for two videos and additional information.

LG Velvet Smartphone
Here’s a first clear look at the all-new LG Velvet smartphone, which features a unique “raindrop” camera and a symmetrical, flowing form factor that is both pleasing to the eye as well as touch. This handset will be the first device to implement the company’s new branding strategy for its mobile devices, moving away from alphanumerical designations in favor of familiar and expressive names that will help the consumer capture the essence of the device best suited for his or her personality. Read more for the video and additional information.

LG V60 ThinQ Dual-Screen 5G Review
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LG and Samsung smartphones are still pushing cutting-edge hardware in the Android smartphone world. The LG V60 ThinQ 5G Dual Screen is definitely no exception. Featuring a 6.8-inch OLED screen with a cut-out for its 10-megapixel front-facing selfie camera, Snapdragon 865 chipset, 8GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage, rear triple camera system, which includes a 64-megapixel main camera, and a massive 5,000 mAh battery. Read more for a hands-on video review and additional information.

LG V60 ThinQ 5G
LG Electronics unveiled the V60 ThinQ 5G today, the latest evolution of the iconic V series smartphone. In addition to 5G connectivity, upgraded audio / video, the main draw are its dual 6.8-inch 20.5:9 FHD+ P-OLED FullVision (2,460 x 1,080 / 395ppi) displays, perfect for streaming high quality games, movies as well as making video calls. Read more for two videos and additional information.

LG Signature OLED R Rollable Display
LG’s latest Rollable TV measures 65-inches and rolls down when desired or up when not in use, almost like a projector screen, but with incomparable technology. Unfortunately, it’s just a concept for now, while the LG SIGNATURE OLED TV R is much closer to being ready for consumer purchase. How so? Well, for starters, users can adjust the aspect ratio to allow for specific cinematic experiences, with Full View, Line View and Zero View options. Read more for two videos and additional information.

Luxoft Halo Robo Taxi LG CES
Here’s a first look at Luxoft HALO, which is a robo-taxi that was developed in collaboration with LG Electronics, Amazon and Mapbox. It will make its official debut at CES 2020 from Jan. 7-10, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. This mobility concept demonstrates how all consumers’ mobility needs can be seamlessly integrated with their personal digital lifestyle. This vehicle has no dashboard, just a massive LG display running webOS Auto. This operating system incorporates all essential components such as multimedia processing, multi-display control, connectivity, security, offering improved comfort and convenience to passengers. Read more for another picture and additional information.

LG Rollable OLED TV Ceiling
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At CES 2019, LG introduced the Signature Series OLED TV R, a 65-inch display that rolled up and down from a brushed aluminum base. This year, the company plans to debut a 65-inch UHD OLED display that rolls down from the ceiling. In other words, users will be able to pull it down when desired and roll it up when not in use to maximize space. Read more for a video of the OLED TV R and additional information.

LG New Folding Smartphone
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LG Electronics filed a design patent with The Hague International Design System back in May 2019. and it was just recently published on November 29, 2019 under the name “Mobile phone.” The design sketches reveal a foldable smartphone that looks somewhat similar to the Huawei Mate X, complete with a flexible OLED display. The near bezel-less flexible screen covers both the front and rear of the device. Read more for the design sketches and a hands-on with the Huawei Mate X.

LG Foldable Television
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Earlier this year, in March, LG Electronics filed a patent for a ‘television receiver with flexible display,’ and it was recently approved on September 13, 2019. The patent sketches show a TV with a flexible display consisting of six equal sections that can be folded in a zigzag. Its frame on the sides protects the display when folded, while also serving as a stand when necessary. Read more for the patent sketches and additional information.

LG Rollable Display Tablet
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A rollable display is basically a type of screen that can be rolled up like a scroll without the image or text being distorted using various technologies, such as electronic ink, Organic LCD, and OLED. This technology is nothing new, as rollable displays using electronic paper date way back to CES 2006 where Philips showcased a prototype. Now, an LG patent reveals that the company could be working on a rollable display that doubles as a touchscreen tablet. Read more for the patent, additional pictures and information.