LG has unveiled its first flexible OLED TV, which can function as a flat or curved display.
The LG OLED Flex (model LX3) is a 42-inch OLED TV using LG's newest display technology that bends into a curved (900R) TV.
Using a special button on the TV remote, LG OLED Flex users can automatically bend and adjust the TV into its curved mode.
The LX3 employs the company's backlight-free and self-lit OLED technology, with a 0.1 millisecond reaction time and reduced input latency.
LG also provided the monitor with exclusive access to its new Game app, which includes shortcuts to major gaming applications like Twitch and YouTube as well as a list of all connected external input devices.
You may utilise the monitor's built-in microphone and anything attached to its USB ports, including headsets and keyboards, and then push a button to use the PC's gadgets instead.
LG has not announced price or a release date for its new LG OLED Flex TV.
The LG Flex will be on show this week at IFA in Germany.