8K has dominated the TV announcements at CES this year. Despite there being no actual 8K content yet, everyone wants a piece of the next gen display action.
Here are all of the ones that were announced.
Sony has gone big with its Z9G Master Series LCD offering. There are only two sizes currently on the table – its own 98-inch 8K as well as a smaller 85-inch version.
Similar to the the smaller 4K Z9D models that Sony have, the ZRG series will have LCD screens with full-array local dimming.
LG’s stunning rollable TV may have been the talk of CES, but it also announced two 8K telly.
At the upper end it will be releasing an 88-inch 8K with a stunning OLED screen – the model Z9.
LG also announced one of the smaller 8K TVs of the show – the 75-inch 75SM99 which sports an LCD screen.
Despite bringing its 65, 75. 82 and 85-inch 8K offerings to CES this year, they aren’t new. We first saw all of these models at IFA in August.
However, Samsung did debut a massive 98-inch version to absolutely dominate the 8K space. It may not be as big as the 219-inch Wall that was announced earlier this week, but it’s still quite the marvel to look at in person.
TCL is kept its 8K announcement to a single 75-inch model. It will also be the first in market to have Roku’s smart TV system injected into it.
This is a bit of an odd one, because Hisense didn’t actually announce an 8K TV at CES… but it is definitely here on the show floor:
This is the smallest 8K of the show, coming in at 65-inches and containing an ULED panel and VIDAA 3 AI operating system.
Despite the air of mystery around this one, we have seen it reported that Hisense intend to bring its 8K TV to Australia sometime in 2019.
The author travelled to CES 2019 as a guest of Samsung and Dell