LG Display demonstrated several exciting OLED display prototypes at Display Week 2023.
First up was the company's 77" 8K Meta (microlens-array) panel - this has been commercialized already, but it is always a wonder to watch this particular display which offers an extraordinary image quality.
Next up is a new transparent OLED, smaller than LG's previously shown transparent OLEDs (55" and 30") - this one is 13.7" in touch, with a resolution of 480x270 and a transparency of 40%. The panel includes built-in touch and offers a touch refresh rate of 120Hz and a brightness of 400 nits (peak).
LG also unvieled a new 45" bendable WOLED gaming monitor, that can change from curved to flat. It actually has three modes (flat, slightly curved, and immersive) and is quite impressive. This is a larger bendable panel than the 42" one LG commercialized last year.
LGD had more displays on show - including the company's stretchable 12" microLED display. LGD demonstrated a working demo that showed a working touch version of this display covering an automotive-style button, this was also quite impressive.