Bang & Olufsen Beovision Harmony 88-inch: World’s First 8K OLED TV

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Bang & Olufsen has built its reputation upon an elegant mixture of style and substance. But the Danish electronics company is taking this approach to a new level. This is with a striking new television that happens to feature the world’s first 8K OLED TV display.

The brand announced that it will add an 88-inch 8K OLED TV to its sleek Beovision Harmony lineup, joining the earlier 65- and 77-inch models. The set’s gargantuan display comes courtesy of LG Electronics. And it is easily the largest such production by the company. If it’s hard to picture just how big 88 inches is, think of it like this: B&O’s latest TV stretches more than six and a half feet across. (Source: Robb Report)

Bang & Olufsen has unveiled its most advanced television to date — the Beovision Harmony 88-inch TV, which is the world’s first 8K OLED TV and largest OLED screen ever created by LG Electronics.

The Exciting Features

The Beovision Harmony measures at two meters wide and delivers a screen quality that is four times more detailed than 4K and 16 times more than HDTV. Alongside its stunning picture quality, Bang & Olufsen equips the new TV with artificial intelligence-enabled features. These feature a design to bring movies and sporting events to life on the screen in your room. These also enable a host of specialized features depending on the content being watched.

Sound is supplied via its pre-installed three-channel sound system and built-in dual subwoofer. But it is also pairable with the Bang & Olufsen speaker program. This allows you to connect up to eight wireless Beolab speakers for true 7.1 surround sound. The sound is controllable via the Beoremote One which extrudes from a single piece of aluminium.

The Beovision Harmony is customizable with a façade dressing. It is in either oak wood, natural aluminium, brass-tone aluminium with smokey oak, or bronze-tone aluminium with walnut. (Source: Hypebeast)

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