LG Display announced the OLED displays it will demonstrate at CES 2019, starting on Tuesday January 8th. We already know that LG Electronics will launch a 88" 8K OLED TV (the OLED Z9) but now LGD says it will demonstrate a 88" Crystal Sound OLED (CSO) panel - which has a sound system built into the panel (which acts as the membrane).
LGD will also unveil a 65" 8K OLED - which you can see in the image above.
LGD will also show a large window display made from four tiled 55" transparent OLED displays that offer a transparency of 40%. LGD has been showing its large-area transparent OLEDs for many years, but has yet to actually release any transparent OLED as a real product.
LGD will also show a smaller 12.3" transparent OLED with higher transparency (45%) aimed for automotive applications. Another new automotive display that will be unveiled is a 12.3" 2560 x 1440 panel - which is an upgrade to LGD's 12.3" FHD panels that has been demonstrated for many years.
Finally, LGD will show a "sculpture" made up from four 65" 4K OLED displays that have their "edges curled inwards as flexibly as petals". LGD says that "this artwork will illustrate the advantages of the unrivaled rollability and bendability of OLED displays" without compromising the picture quality.