LG showcased curved and bended OLED TV, sticks to wall like a refrigerator magnet

 

LG showcased curved and bended OLED TV, sticks to wall like a refrigerator magnet

LG showcased curved and bended OLED TV, sticks to wall like a refrigerator magnet

LG showcased a curved and bended OLED TV that sticks to your wall like a refrigerator magnet. Earlier this week, the South Korean electronics giant firm, LG debuted its new innovation- a thin 5.5 inch TV carrying a flexible TV screen, which sticks by pressing on the wall, using magnets.

A small induction of LG’s new innovation was just a brief concept that LG wishes to implement with its day-to-day products. Yet, the product has not been released in the market, but LG, soon plans to follow its new innovation in its each and every product in the coming years. LG’s small induction on OLED TV sets was only to highlight company’s future vision, to make OLED screen for TV products that are moving further.

According to CNET, it was reported that LG’s new TV product is less than a millimeter in thickness, which is similar to the thickness of a paper clip. Its magnetic pad holds the flexible screen up to the wall, where you can place TV on the wall by pressing it on the magnets. The TV almost features like a thin paper that can be stacked to a wall.

Samsung and LG, both the electronic giants have introduced curved, and bendable gadgets in the market, but the logic behind introducing such products is still vague. The pertinent question arises- what is the need of placing such bended, curved and flexible products in the market that serves as a necessity in the first place. LG is commenting on such arguments very smarty and plans to launch its innovation in the markets soon.

Samsung is believed of having a competence of introducing phones with a flexible screen by year, 2016, as said by a company’s executive at an investor event, which was held in New York. But, it is still ambiguous about the benefits of introducing bended phones in the market. Both Samsung and LG have introduced phone having a flexible screen, but none of them have yet received a response from their audience.

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