The TV's shown at the event were bigger and more innovative than ever before, and hence are likely to come with an expensive price tag. Until then, you can check out our first impressions in our LG Signature Series OLED R review.
Each year, CES is the ideal platform for tech companies to showcase their products in a massive way. It's safe to say Samsung's massive unveiling stole the show at CES 2019. The display panel can roll up inside the base at the bottom.
Called "The Wall", the TV uses a technology called micro LED, which creates a brighter image using less energy than current televisions.
Don't worry. If you don't have the wall space, Samsung is releasing a 75-inch version of "The Wall". However, there is no word if and when the TV will go on sale. Who really needs an 8K TV?
Sony's Master Series Z9G doesn't care though - seeing as it has an advanced machine learning algorithm for upscaling to 8K, and the hefty X1 Ultimate processor to power it. The TV also supports Alexa and Google Assistant.
Every TV company is touting new 8K televisions with four times the resolution of 4K televisions. The Q900 will be equipped with a Quantum processor 8K chipset.
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