LG shows off OLED TV


September 1, 2009

LG shows off OLED TV
LG Electronics has announced that its first attempt at an OLED TV will emerge into the marketplace come November in Korea.

While this may sound promising, the new television will only feature a 15 inch screen and UK audiences will have to wait until 2010 to get their hands on the model.

The new LG OLED TV made its debut at CES and is slated to be the largest television of its type on the market, beating the only OLED television on the market manufactured by Sony by four inches.

Other specifications of the new LG TV include a fast response rate, a screen that is guaranteed to last for at least 30,000 hours, low power consumption, and a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.

The price has not yet been announced on the LG OLED television but since the Sony model has a fairly large price tag you can expect LG’s model to be outside the realm of reason for most people.

LG also announced that it aims to deliver an OLED television with a 30 inch screen by 2012.

This is not too much of a surprise given that Sony announced it also would be delaying its next OLED model.

Those who want to catch a glimpse of the new LG OLED TV can do so at the Berlin IFA 2009 consumer show during the second week of September.






 

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  1. lg oled tv fan says:

    for pricing of the up and coming 15? OLED model, understandably LG are remaining tight-lipped for now but it’s safe to say that if you have to ask….Still, in the ‘not too distant future’ OLED displays will undoubtedly be commonplace in our front rooms and we can’t wait.

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