Your days of squinting to see the TV could be over.
No, Specsavers aren't about to start handing out free glasses. Instead, LG has released one of the world's biggest televisions—a 97-inch OLED whopper that could take over your entire living room.
The new evo Gallery Edition TV range is officially the world's biggest OLED TV, clocking in at over 2.5m.
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That makes it bigger than some cinema screens, and what's more, it's jam-packed with smart AI processor features to make the picture pop in stunning 4K resolution.
The G2 series model uses something called 'Gallery Design', meaning it's extra-slim and won't stick out from the wall.
It's also got Smart TV features meaning you could watch all the latest small-screen blockbusters the way they were meant to be seen, whether that's through Netflix, Disney+ or Apple TV.
It's not clear how much the TV will cost just yet, but it joins the rest of LG's stunning sci-fi TV range which has expanded massively ahead of this year's Black Friday sales.
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At an event in Berlin this month, LG also announced a 'bendable' OLED Flex TV which can be flattened or curved using the remote for the perfect viewing angle.
While the G2 TV is the biggest OLED screen of its kind, it doesn't have anything on LG's Extreme Home Cinema.
Launched last year, this 325-inch behemoth is a modular LED screen that can be combined with different panels to make a giant wall-sized television.
It's so big it can let you watch 20 TV channels at once or one massive 8K video.
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