Ahead of CES 2024, LG has unveiled its 2024 OLED TV lineup as well as the CineBeam Qube projector. However, the product that truly captivated everyone's attention was the LG OLED T, a surprise standout in the announcement.
LG has consistently been at the forefront of innovation, continually pushing boundaries and introducing new and groundbreaking technologies. In 2023, they introduced the first wireless OLED TV with the M3, and now the company has further advanced its innovation by introducing the LG OLED T, the first transparent TV.
In this guide, we'll explore the revolutionary LG OLED T and delve into its release date, specifications, and all the exciting features that set it apart in the realm of modern television technology.
LG OLED T specifications
The LG OLED T is an innovative 77-inch 4K resolution TV, boasting a transparent operating mode. The Signature TV can function as a traditional television and can also transform into a virtual fish tank display, adding a unique aesthetic element to any room.
The OLED T has a contrast film situated behind its transparent panel. At the push of a button on the remote, this film can be raised to give the TV a regular OLED appearance or lowered to maintain transparency and reveal what's behind the screen.
The LG OLED T TV prioritizes innovation and aesthetics over raw performance. As a result, while it's a premium offering, its performance aligns more closely with LG's mid-level C4 OLED TV. The transparent TV also lacks the Micro Lens Array (MLA) technology.
The Signature transparent TV uses LG's Zero Connect Box to wirelessly transmit data and signals, ensuring a clutter-free experience. It may either come bundled with the side furniture showcased in the photo or offer these items as separate purchases.
LG OLED T release date and price speculation
The release date for the LG OLED T TV remains undisclosed, with more information anticipated at its reveal at CES 2024. However, LG plans to ship the Signature OLED T within the 2024 calendar year.
The LG OLED T is expected to cost several thousand dollars given its cutting-edge transparent OLED technology. Considering the $100,000 retail price of LG's Signature rollable OLED TV, the LG OLED T is likely to be similarly premium-priced.