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If you were planning to buy an OLED TV but nothing out there was big enough for you, LG has a treat: The world’s first 8K, 88-inch OLED display.
The TV has a 7,680×4,320 pixel resolution (that’s 33 million pixels), and that’s all LG shared in terms of specs at this point. Given that it’s an OLED, though, we can expect deep blacks, vivid colors, and wide viewing angles. Also, the TV has very slim borders, as you can see in the photo above.
Of course, there are bigger 8K TVs out there — LG itself unveiled an LCD, 98-inch one at CES 2016 — but this is the only OLED TV that combines size and pixel density in such an impressive fashion.
Again, even though 8K televisions have been around for a while, you’ll still have a hard time finding content for this thing. You can however enjoy watching content in lower resolution while knowing that your TV can handle so many more pixels.
LG’s new 8K OLED TV will be shown at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which kicks off Jan. 9 in Las Vegas.
A few weeks ago, the company also announced some ultrawide computer monitors, which will also be shown at CES.