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LG always has one of the biggest booths at the show. Here's the main entrance.
As the only maker of OLED TVs, the booth promotes that technology extensively.
A wall of OLEDs greets visitors near the entrance.
A series of displays touts OLED's picture quality advantages over LED LCD technology.
"Plastic" OLED can be bent to extreme curvatures, and forms the display of LG's new curved Flex 2 phone.
The LG G Watch R also uses OLED for its round touchscreen face.
LG's main appliance announcement at CES 2015 was its innovative twin washer.
Meanwhile, the door-in-door fridge features nested doors.
LG's booth has a fully-appointed kitchen, complete with fake food.
Hungry for more fresh-baked photos from the show floor? Check out the big booths of CES 2015.
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