flexible TVs, OLEDs, smart monitors and more

During this week, part of our editorial team has been able to travel to Berlin for a new edition of IFA, one of the most important technology fairs in Europe. And as usual, manufacturers take advantage of these days to showcase innovative new products which will soon arrive in stores.

At Xataka Smart Home we have already compiled the best of IFA 2022 in smart appliances, and now it is the turn of the new televisions and projectors that have been presented at the eventor that the firms have released independently taking advantage of these busy days in the German capital.

Smart TVs and monitors

Recently, companies such as LG, Samsung, Philips, TCL or Panasonic, among others, have shown their latest products in the audiovisual sector. The theme this year has been indisputably the OLEDas well as some proposals for flexible panels that we have been able to see recently.

LG OLED Flex (LX3)

Undoubtedly one of the products that has caused the most attraction within the field of smart televisions. The South Korean firm surprises with an OLED television that automatically curves to give a greater sense of immersion, especially in gaming.

Here we find a television with ability to bend up to 900R and with a size of 42 inches, a diagonal that we are seeing more frequently to satisfy the needs of the most enthusiastic desktop gamers.

Oled Flex

The TV curves via a button on the remote, though can also be curved with the hands in up to 20 different positions. In addition, it has all kinds of software optimizations to adapt to user preferences, such as changing the diagonal between 27, 32 and 42 inches, or LG’s Gaming Optimizer menu.

Alongside all this, the TV offers a 40W integrated sound system, and support for Dolby Vision, Atmos and 120 Hz frequencyin addition to VRR, ALLM and HDMI 2.1 systems.

Philips OLED+937, OLED+907 y PML9507

TP Vision has also taken advantage of IFA 2022 to set up its own event and publicize its novelties in all kinds of image and sound products. As far as their televisions are concerned, they have presented three new models, two with an OLED panel and one with a MiniLED.

However, the biggest difference between the new OLED models and those previously introduced is in your bet on a great sound system from Bowers & Wilkins and its immersive character with the new improved and more precise Ambilight. The OLED+937 arrives with an integrated bar of up to 95 W of power, while the OLED+907 bar, even though it is somewhat more discreet, reaches 80 W.


These TVs mount the panels OLED EX de LG, reaching a peak brightness of up to 1,300 nitsalso having a heat sink and technologies to prevent the burning of its panels.

The televisions belong to the Philips premium range, so they are equipped with all kinds of technologies, including its sixth generation P5 processor with many improvements in image quality and AI processing, all kinds of HDR formatsincluding Dolby Vision120 Hz with VRR, ALLM and optimized game modes, and much more.


Regarding the MiniLED model, it is found in versions between 65 and 75 inches, and has a maximum brightness of 1,500 nits. This also has a frequency of 120 Hz and VRR, as well as being compatible with all common HDR formats. Along with this, it also offers a 2.1 sound system of up to 70 W.

The OLED+937 is available now, starting at €3,499, while the OLED+907 starts at €1,799. There is still no news of the PML9507 in terms of price or date.

Samsung Odyssey OLED G8

Although it is not a television to use, the Samsung Odyssey OLED G8 integrates part of Samsung’s intelligent software, being able to access GeForce NOW applications, StadiaAmazon Luna and more for be able to play streaming from the cloud. In addition, it is not necessary to connect a computer to enjoy multimedia content.


Samsung offers with this proposal a 34-inch monitor with curved design and OLED panel. In addition, it has a native refresh rate of up to 175 Hz and a response time of 0.1 ms. The screen has a resolution of 3440 x 1440 and has an aspect ratio of 21:9.

The monitor also has all kinds of connections, both Micro HDMI 2.1, such as Mini Display Port 1.4 and USB-C. In addition, it has a rear lighting system that adapts to the colors of the screen.

Reach during the fourth quarter of this yearalthough we still do not know its price or the date on which it will be available.


At IFA 2022 there is also room for this type of product, and as far as projectors are concerned, short throw projectors are the ones that have had the most presence at the fair.

Leica Cine 1


The firm specialized in photography has once again presented a new short-throw projector with integrated Smart TV. It has 4K resolution, and a panel size of up to 100 inches. Its projection is carried out by triple RGB light laser.

The company has not given many details of this project, more than will arrive around the second half of 2023. Of course, its metallic and minimalist design will dazzle more than one.

XGIMI Magic Lamp

Problems sometimes arise when it comes to establishing a place to place the projector at home. However, the XGIMI company has shown a rather ingenious solution: a projector that doubles as a lamp for the room.


The XGIMI Magic Lamp has a circular design where the lower part can be illuminated to give light to the room. said projector reaches a screen size of up to 120 inches, with Full HD resolution and a light output of up to 1,200 ANSI lumens. In addition, it has USB ports, WiFi, Bluetooth 5.1 and integrated sound that comes from two 8W speakers and a 12W Harmann Kardon subwoofer.

It has been presented in China to a price of 1,159 euros to change approximately, although its presence at IFA 2022 may mean a more than possible launch in Europe.

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