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LG Rollable OLED TV launched in India for Rs 75 lakh, also brings 8K OLED TV to the market

LG is bringing a rollable OLED TV to India this week, nearly three years after it was first unveiled at CES. Apart from this showstopper, the company has introduced several OLED TVs that will take on Sony and Samsung in the high-end television segment in India.

The South Korean brand is making massive runs, including a 96-inch OLED TV model and even a 42-inch OLED TV for buyers. It packs the latest imaging processor and offers dual-channel audio output.

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LG Rollable OLED TV and 2022 OLED TV Series India Price

The high-end LG Rollable OLED TV is priced at Rs 75 lakh in India, and LG says it is expected to sell in large numbers. The price of the other LG 2022 OLED TV lineup starts at Rs 88,990.

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LG Rollable OLED TV and 8K OLED TV Specifications

The main reason for the huge price of Rollable OLED TVs from LG is the rollable technology implemented for the TVs. It does not offer much in terms of features. The LG Rollable OLED TV also doesn’t come with the best picture quality that LG’s OLED lineup has. Its performance is similar to that of LG’s lineup of high-end OLEDs from 2020.

That being said, the rollable TV comes with other high-end features like HDMI 2.1, 120Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution, support for HDR standards like Dolby Vision, variable refresh rate, Amazon Alexa/Google Assistant support , and Dolby Atmos Audio. LG says the rollable OLED TVR can survive at least 50,000 rolls over its lifetime.

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LG continues to use its own webOS platform on its TV series, complementing its app store for a variety of popular apps on the big screen. The 8K TV lineup comes in 77-inch and 88-inch screen sizes. It is powered by LG’s a9 Gen5 AI processor.

The TV market has diversified to a large extent, offering you OLED options under Rs 50,000 these days. But LG, Samsung, Sony and some other brands charge extra money based on their quality and premium experience.

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