With 4K TVs becoming more common as the prices drop, it’s only a matter of time before 8K TVs are no longer niche products. Multiple companies are working to bring 8K TVs to the market and LG is one of them. The Korean giant has said that it will begin commercial production of its 8K TVs in 2019.
Samsung was teasing about new home electronics earlier this month, and just as we expected, Samsung is pushing 8K at IFA 2018. We’ve got all the available details, and it is literally big for U.S consumers. At CES, LG presented the first 88-inch 8K OLED TV.
It’s no secret that Samsung has been working on 8K TVs and while many have yet to upgrade to even a 4K set, it appears that the company is going to launch its first 8K TV at the upcoming IFA 2018 convention in Berlin later this month. Samsung has already put up a massive sign in Berlin which suggests that it will be unveiling an 8K TV at the convention.
4K TV broadcasts are still considered a figment of the imagination in most countries across the globe but there’s one broadcaster in Japan that’s already looking far ahead into the future. NHK, Japan’s public broadcaster, has started the world’s first regular TV satellite broadcast in amazing 8K resolution. It has launched the “Super Hi-Vision” test channel that broadcasts content in both 4K and 8K resolution.
[CEATEC 2015] It goes without saying that any decent consumer electronics show would require some sort of “statement device”, where it is loud and bold, and brings forth superlatives to the fold. Well, as if moving on to 4K displays on mobile devices are not enough, how about enjoying 8K displays right in the comfort of your own home? BOE has just revealed what they deem to be the world’s […]