Skyworth unveils 88-inch 8k vertical TV at Canton Fair

posted on Tuesday, 30th June 2020 by Steve May

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Skyworth has unveiled an 88-inch 8k vertical TV at the 127th Canton Fair in Guangzhou, China. The concept panel was just one of a range of cutting-edge products on display from the Chinese TV and smart home manufacturer. The giant 8k screen has the ability to rotate 90 degrees to portrait mode, presumably for mirroring smartphone content. It’s essentially a reworking of Samsung’s Sero lifestyle TV, taken to the extreme. The set also features a 5.1.2 surround sound system.

Also on display at the Fair was a transparent lifestyle TV, and new W81 Pro Wallpaper TV, which has an split-screen design. This super-slim TV comes complete with a 21-inch secondary display which supports AOD Dual technology.

Skyworth Transparent TV

OLED was present to. The Skyworth S81 Pro features the brand’s Chameleon AI picture quality technology, which analyzes object details based on AI algorithms and adjusts colour in real time.

Visitors to the Skyworth booth were presented with a behind-the-scenes look at its headquarters in Shenzhen, including aerial footage of its production line. It also provided insights into its OLED Basic Modules (OBM), AI PQ technologies, and Wonder Audio Sky Echo system.

A 360-degree virtual showroom with a 3D product display feature, and an exclusive virtual VIP conference room which allowed the audience to interact with and try out Skyworth products virtually.

It also reached out to those unable to physically attend the show with a number of Q&A livestreams. The brand suggests that it is looking to ‘transform live streaming into a tool for developing real market leadership.’

Founded in 1988, Skyworth is headquartered in Shenzhen, China, and claims to be the 'top five colour TV brands' in the world, as well as a leader in its home territory. It has yet to distribute into the UK, but has been a regular exhibitor at international tech expos.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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