Bang and Olufsen announced a new flagship TV, at the top of its Beovision Harmony OLED TV range - a 88-inch 8K model, based on LGD's WOLED panels. The TV features a frame that includes a pop-up dual wood speaker mechanism that opens up when the TV is in use.
The Beovision Harmony was first shown off in mid-2019 during Milan Design Week. While previously available in 65-inch and 77-inch sizes, the new 89-inch model was developed in conjunction with LG Electronics, which supplied both the screen and the latest a9 Gen 3 processor – also used in other 2020 LG TVs such as the LG CX, LG GX Gallery Series, and LG WX OLEDs.
The 88-inch BeoVision Harmony costs $49,000. It joins the 2019 65-inch 4K model ($15,700) and 77-inch 4K model ($19,800).