It's being referred to as a "wallpaper" TV for the way it can be mount to a wall via a magnetic mat. To remove it all you simply peel it off the wall. In fact, the device is much slimmer than LG's current flagship 55-inch OLED TV that comes in at 4.3mm thick
As of now the 55-inch OLED panel is just a prototype, meaning the actual device could be too far from being made available onto the market. But the company says they are serious about large OLED panels.
At the press conference where this 55-inch display was unveiled, LG's Yeo Sang-deog told reporters that the company was ramping up production of OLED televisions and will sell 600,000 of them this year and 1.5 million in 2016.
The South Korean giant will continue to focus on bigger screens, with plans to release a 99-inch TV before the end of 2015.