LG has revealed two more televisions that it will be showing off at CES in January at the same time as its Ultrawide 4K monitor
and the Chromebase
all-in-one computer. A television the company calls the world's first 105-inch curved Ultra HD set will make an appearance alongside a smart TV running on WebOS, the operating system the company picked up from HP
earlier this year.
The Ultra HD television, model number 105UB9, will apparently have a resolution far higher than normal 4K, with the company boasting
it to be capable of showing a 5,120x2,160 image. Rather than using an OLED panel for the display, such as in its most-recent effort
, the 21:9 CinemaScope screen will use a refined TFT process to "prevent color leakage" and to solve the issues associated with uneven backlighting.
LG 105UB9 105-inch Curved Ultra HD television
The WebOS television will apparently have a 2.2GHz dual-core processor with 1.5GB of RAM, reports ZDNet
, though LG researcher Hong Sung-pyo stopped short of advising the size or other specifications of the device.
Launch timing and prices for both displays are likely to be issued at CES itself.