roll-up televisions and foldable smartphones are in the spotlight

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<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "Wrap and unroll its TV screen, or even its next smartphone is one of the surprising trends put forward by the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's largest consumer electronics trade show, which opens its doors this Tuesday in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA and that until Friday will see the world of tech present the flow of its latest innovations.One of the first to open the ban, the South Korean group LG, which unveiled Monday the first model of roll-up television. "data-reactid =" 11 "> Wrapping and unwinding its television screen, or even its next smartphone? This is one of the surprising trends put forward by the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the world's largest consumer electronics that opens its doors this Tuesday in Las Vegas (Nevada, USA) and that until Friday will see the world of tech present the flow of its latest innovations.Of the first to open the ban, the southern group -Korean LG, which unveiled Monday the first model of roll-up television.

<p class = "canvas-atom-canvas-text Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" type = "text" content = "The Oled screen 65 inches (165 cm diagonal) can completely retract and disappear into its base, which serves as enclosure. & Nbsp;The television can be played partially or completely as needed and can be used as a control screen for all connected devices in the house. Without giving an exact date for its commercialization -no price, which one imagines exorbitant-, LG presented this model in its range 2019, suggesting that it could be available this year. "Data-reactid =" 12 " > The 65 "(165cm diagonal) Oled screen can thus completely retract and disappear into its base, which acts as an enclosure.Television can take place partially or completely as needed and can be used as a screen. control for all connected devices in the house Without giving an exact date for its marketing -ni price, which one imagines exorbitant-, LG presented this model in its range 2019, suggesting that it could be available this year.

"What science fiction imagined decades ago is now a reality," said David VanderWaal, a group marketing executive.

With the LG SIGNATURE OLED R TV, you can enjoy multiple viewing options, or have the TV completely disappear for an open environment. # CES2019 # LGCES2019 #LGOLEDTV pic.twitter.com/3eR9zBSKzY

– LG Electronics (@LGUS) January 7, 2019

A smartphone with a roll-up screen

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