LG Launches World’s First Rollable OLED TV At Rs. 64 lakhs
LG launches 65-Inch Rollable Signature OLED Television at a price tag of RS 64 Lakhs
LG has launched its Signature OLED RX, the world’s first rollable tv in South Korea. The TV that was first showcased in 2018 has finally hit the market at the price of 100 million KRW (Korean won) or Rs 63,99,894. It is now available for purchase in South Korea. The Rollable Television comes with a 65-inch OLED display it rolls down into its aluminium base in about 10 seconds.
The rollable ability of LG Signature OLED R TV allows it to be viewed in 3 modes. The Zero View mode keeps the display hidden into the aluminium frame. Next comes the line view which keeps just the top part of the display visible. Last is the full view which keeps the whole display uncovered.
It is at present available in four colours, which will be showcased on the wool speaker cover. The aluminium base can also be personalized with an engraving. The TV also comes equipped with a sound system with 4.2 channel speakers that have an output power of 100W. It can also act as a Bluetooth speaker. Line mode enables 5 views: Music, Clock, Frame, Mood and Home Dashboard.
You also get 3 years of extended service facility. As per this a team from LG will be sent to your place for installation. 2 technicians will be sent twice a year, to ensure that the TV is working perfectly fine. But at present, the television is launched only in South Korea. The makers have not revealed a date for its launch across the globe as yet.