The concept of transparent TVs sounds absurd but this actually has great pixels. Plus powered by mediatek so that'll be good
Any word on whether this has a polarizer and LCD layer on the back (think cheap quartz clock screens) to improve viewing when not in 'show off' mode?
What is the use? I think its of no use..... I would prefer more sharper, realistic, bright images on my tv rather than watching wall behind the tv. Something like Sony OLED in frame like samsung frame tv. That would be perfect for me.
AAA, 12 Aug 2020Incredible.... Please use the tech in smartphone ...Check sony pureness.
Love the Community, 12 Aug 2020I see that GSMArena linked that very LinusTechTips video that made me think that an underdispl... moreIt can be, But the camera quality would go down as the transparency is low, when compared with lenses
thanks for informing that LG introduced this. Now we know who actually invented this and who stole this.
Till now we used to clean the dust only the display and now we must clean back of the screen for this TV...lol
Anonymous, 12 Aug 2020So why LG itself not selling this?To reduce their risk? They talked Xiaomi into buying and using the panels, pocketed their money, and don't even need the TV to sell. If there does turn out to be a consumer market they can come out with their own production unit soon enough.
xgman, 12 Aug 2020cool, but mostly useless as a normal tv or monitor. we can use it as a big transparent widget screen showing weather, clocks, dates, etc in our living room :D
cool, but mostly useless as a normal tv or monitor.
i am waiting to launch in india.
Transparent screens make no sense, transparency in a screen is a disadvantage. I've always seen them in SF movies and never understood their utility, they make the content harder to distinguish.
Please use the tech in smartphone ...
zillion, 12 Aug 2020This transparent tv not for ordinary people like us, buddy.. it's for rich people...Well yeah but shouldn't they be busy buying a Bentley or sum not worrying about some Chinese TV
Cyberchum, 12 Aug 2020Define innovation and tell us how it's Xiaomi's innovation. It's even in the ti... moreSame way you give Apple credit for innovating and bringing the first smartphone.
Capacitive touch screens were already there.
Ecosystem of different apps like for Palm OS were already there.
All other tech inside was already available.
Apple just put it together and mass produced it.
Love the Community, 12 Aug 2020Underdisplay cameras imminent? This alongside LG makes it possible!I see that GSMArena linked that very LinusTechTips video that made me think that an underdisplay selfie camera is easily done. See! It can be done!
Underdisplay cameras imminent? This alongside LG makes it possible!
It gives Sony an idea to continue the xperia pureness
Come on guys, you know this is just gonna end up on store windows
Jeez $7200 damn exorbitant!