If you’re a fan of television sets and if you were thinking about furnishing your home with a brand new TV, you’re in luck because according to LG, the South Korean tech giant plans on unveiling what they’re calling the most comprehensive OLED TV lineup on the planet come CES 2014, which is taking place later next week. During the exhibition, LG will be taking the opportunity to unveil a series of OLED televisions ranging in a variety of sizes, with the smallest being of the 55-inch variety, and the largest being a 77-inch curved Ultra HD display, all of which will feature LG’s WRGB OLED technology and 4K resolution.
Now we’re sure some of you guys are wondering with companies unveiling new televisions every year, doesn’t it get expensive to keep upgrading? Well fret not because LG is boasting that their TVs are future proof, meaning that they will be able to decode broadcast signals in both H.264 and HEVC H.265 formats, at either 30p or 60p. The 77-inch model will also run on LG’s latest smart TV platform, but as to whether that platform is the webOS one which we recently saw leaked remains to be seen.
The 55-inch model will come with LG’s Canvas Speaker which is a 2.2 channel, 100W forward-facing set of speakers, which LG is boasting that along with the display technology beneath it, will actually make a living room feel like an art gallery. This is thanks to features such as Gallery Mode that will turn the TV into a picture frame while displaying some of the world’s most famous pieces of art. Unfortunately pricing and availability were not mentioned, but we can only hope that LG has more information to share come CES 2014, so check back with us then for the details.