[CES 2020] LG's rolled oled tv wins the best brightened tv award - best of innovation
At CES 2020, LG won the Best of Innovation TV award for its LG 65RX roll-up OLED TV. As part of the event, LG also launched 14 new OLED TV models, further confirming its consistent approach to OLED technology. This is the sixth year in a row that LG has won the best TV award at CES for its OLED TV models.
The LG OLED 65RX roll TV model is a new step in the development of LG's audiovisual technology, demonstrating the versatility of OLED displays that can bring many practical applications that LCD / LED technology does not. can be done. At the touch of a button, the LG OLED 65RX TV will automatically roll up and fit into the stand after 10 seconds. Users can easily collapse the TV when not in use, saving space.
In addition to the roll TV, LG also impressed at the CES 2020 event with the "Gallery Series" OLED TVs of 55, 65, and 77 inch sizes. Notably, the 48-inch OLED TV model, the smallest OLED TV size, is also being announced at LG at the event, giving users an additional option for the affordable OLED TV line. LG still holds the title of the company with the most OLED TVs, various screen sizes and stretches in many price segments, from several tens of millions to hundreds of millions.
Recently, LG's Z9 8K 88-inch OLED TV product was also honored in the "Top 100 Best inventions of 2019" title of "TV of the Future". LG Electronics is the only Korean company whose products make this list. This is currently the first 8K OLED TV in the world.
According to market research firm IHS Markit, OLED TV market share is growing strongly in the premium segment. By the end of the first quarter of 2019, LG had the most market share in the premium TV segment from 2500 USD (58 million VND) or more, with 33.3%. LG is also leading the market for OLED TVs in Europe with 56%. The size of the global OLED TV market is expected to reach US $ 21.3 billion by the end of 2023.
OLEDs are becoming an inevitable trend, not only reflected in sales, but also reflected in the transformation wave of many major brands. Currently, there are 15 major TV manufacturers in the world, such as Sony, Panasonic, Philips, etc., importing OLED panels from LG to make competing OLED TVs in the premium TV segment. This shows the strong attraction of OLED technology, especially in the TV segment.