LG Display has created an 88-inch and 8K OLED screen with a resolution of 7,680 × 4,320 pixels . Last year the company successfully developed a transparent and flexible 77-inch screen.
The new screen has 33 million pixels, four times those of a model of ultra high definition(ultra HD) and 16 times more pixels than the full HD (full HD).
The product will be exhibited at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, as it is collected by Mashable .
LG has emphasized that the increases in resolution make the pixels smaller and that reduces the aperture ratio, which makes it difficult to maintain the luminance, but the OLED emits light by itself so it does not reduce the luminance when the ratio of opening is smaller and, therefore, it is better for a resolution of 8K, according to the company.
For its part, to achieve this the LCD screens need a stronger backlight, which means an increase in costs and energy consumption.
The big rival Samsung has criticized the OLED claiming that the problems of burned lightintensify as the screens grow larger. The company is driving its own QLED television , which places a sheet of quantum dots on an LCD to achieve a higher resolution. Samsung is expected to release a Micro LED TV at CES this year.