It’s a great time to be a couch potato. Apple TV+ launched in Singapore a few weeks ago and Disney+ just launched in the US. There’s also no shortage of very large and very expensive TVs.
Just weeks ago, Samsung launched The Wall Luxury in Singapore and now LG is following up with the world’s first 8K OLED TV.
It’s called the OLED88Z9 and we first saw it at IFA last year. It has a screen size of 88 inches and 8K resolution – that’s 7,640 x 4,320 pixels. Its 8K resolution also means it has 33 million self-emitting pixels. That’s 16 times a regular Full-HD TV and 4 times that of a 4K TV.
The display features Cinema HDR and supports Dolby Vision, Advanced HDR by Technicolor up to 4K, and Hybrid Log Gamma, and HDR10 up to 8K.