LG has shown various new televisions at CES in San Francisco. Three of the additions are OLED production models with a 4K Ultra HD resolution. These displays come in sizes of 55, 65 and 77-inch and have an RGBW pixel matrix. LG has also showcased a new 55-inch Full HD model and a prototype UHD OLED television with a flexible screen; users can decide whether to use it flat or curved.
LG will launch the 55EC9800, 65EC9800 en 77EC9800 4K Ultra HD OLED televisions later this year. The new TVs use WebOS and will support 4K streaming of video content through Netflix. It's expected that the monitors will first be available in Korea, either in the third or fourth quarter of this year. Available in the rest of the world hasn't been disclosed yet. The 77-inch top model is estimated to cost around $30.000.