LG does not want to be outdone by its own television division at CES next month, so in addition to the 55" OLED HDTV it will have on display, there will also be an 84" TV. This is no ordinary 84" TV (well, if 84" is ordinary for a TV to begin with), as LG will be showing off an 84 inch "Ultra Definition" 4K TV at CES 2012. You read that right, an "Ultra Definition" 4K TV. This means the TV has a display resolution of 3840x2160 that can display eight million pixels, four times what a 1080p TV is capable of. This 84" UDTV has everything an LG 3D or Smart TV has, just on a much larger scale. This UDTV is perfect for 3D because the 3D tech LG uses lowers the resolution whenever you use the passive glasses. A 4K TV will not have that problem, since even half of the 3840x2160 resolution will still be in HD. 4K content is not really available here yet, so this TV will be perfect for those wanting the 3D experience without a loss in resolution.
LG did not say when exactly this 84" UDTV will hit the market, or at what price, but at least 4K televisions are starting to become more plentiful.