LG has come out with the world's largest 77-inch curved OLED Ultra HDTV . It is being shown off at the IFA tech trade show in Berlin. With the gentle curve it fills the viewer's field of vision more completely than a flat-screen TV. This model is basically the same as the 55-inch curved model that was shown earlier this year.
The TV is 4k, which means an Ultra High Definition resolution. This has roughly four times as many pixels as the 1080p HDTV, but there are no 4k videos to watch on this TV yet. The curved TV might not be the future, because when Samsung made it, it had distorted images around the edges and was in the most unpleasant manner. LG has not given a release date for these new toys, but expect to wait a well and also spend a lot of money on these TV's. This seems to be a new style that TV brands are trying to make, but I don't see to many people buying the curve TV because it will cost to much. All in all, the idea seems to be great with a new product on the market and also for a big space so everyone can see the TV screen.