LG Electronics (LG) has gone huge with its first Ultra HD OLED TV. The 98-inch variant is called The LG 98UK7700. The TV is LG’s first 4K OLED TV to boast a screen size of 98 inches and is the company’s largest OLED TV to date.
The LG 98UK7700 is clad with LG’s signature metallic black (as is the case with most LG OLED TVs). Out of the box, the TV comes in black.
The TV features a bezel-less design, and it features a minimalist, almost futuristic look. The TV also comes with a thin, glass stand.
The LG 98UK7700 features a non-reflective screen (that should please the TV series “Black Mirror” fans). The TV is also quite thin, coming in at 5.9mm.
The 97-inch TV is priced at $19,999 (around Rs 15 lakh) and will be available in the United States first.
Home items such as an automatic refrigerator, a shoe case that eliminates odours, and an end table that incorporates an air purifier were all among the things that LG presented, in addition to an idea for a car cockpit.
The so-called Zero Connect wireless video and audio transmission standard will make its debut on the Signature OLED M TV: 4K 120 Hz, which will be the first television to support the standard. Customers now have the ability to put their devices into a huge external box and broadcast a picture to their television at a resolution of 4K and 120Hz from a distance of up to 30 feet away without having to run cords directly into the set. LG asserts that their technology reduces the amount of disruption caused by humans and animals moving about the room.