LG Display will showcase the latest advances in the display technology, including its curved OLED screens and a 98-inch Quad Ultra HD panel and transparent displays, during CES 2015 in Las Vegas from January 6 to 9.
The company will introduce its technologies and products under the theme of "Leading Technology, Great Design & Picture Quality, and Differentiation" in its private showroom at the Bellagio Hotel.
LG Display will have a separate OLED zone within the showroom and demonstrate the benefits and the advantages of the technology. The company will promote its exclusive WRGB-based OLED panel technology, which says it boasts "unsurpassed" picture quality, achieving perfect black levels. The technology is optimized for curved designs since it prevents light leakage as it does not use backlight units and liquid crystals found in LCD panels.
"LG Display will further strengthen partnerships with customers to make 2015 the breakout year for OLED TVs," said Sang-Beom Han, CEO of LG Display.
The Korean company will introduce 55-inch Ultra HD curved OLED panel for TVs at the CES for the first time, as well as various sizes of Ultra HD OLED displays including 65-inch curved and 77-inch variable panels.
During CES, LG Display will also introduce new Ultra HD LCD displays for TVs employing fresh designs and improved picture quality based on IPS technology. It will showcase its ultra-light and thin Art Slim series of 55- and 65-inch Ultra HD TV panels for TVs and 23- and 23.8-inch Full HD panels for monitors, while introducing a 65-inch Ultra HD panel with Wide Color Gamut (WCG) and a 98-inch Quad Ultra HD panel with 7,680 x 4,320 resolutions that is four times sharper than Ultra HD.
LG Display will also introduce its Advanced In-cell Touch (AIT) technology for larger IT devices besides smartphones and tablets, including a 15.6-inch notebook panel. AIT offers excellent touch functions as well as improved design formats with an ultra slim bezel.
In addition, LG Display will showcase the expanded application of M+ technology, which is already used in TVs to achieve high brightness but low power consumption without compromising picture quality, to an extended range of products, including mobile devices and notebooks, as well as automotive and commercial displays.
Finally, LG Display will showcase curved Plastic OLED displays for wearable devices and automotive displays, as well as a 55-inch transparent Full HD LCD display with 17% transparency, higher than the previous 10%.