LG has just announced the world’s largest OLED TV. This TV, by LG measures 55 inches and comes with a contrast ratio of over 100,000:1.
According to CEO and Executive Vice President of LG Display, Sang Beom Han,
Although OLED technology is seen as the future of TV display, the technology has been limited to smaller display sizes and by high costs, until now. LG Display’s 55-inch OLED TV panel has overcome these barriers.
The panel is just 5 mm thin with a color gamut that is “wider” than that produced by LCD panels. LG is trying to dominate the global television market, which is still lead by LCD TVs. This OLED TV would be coming to CES 2012, so we would be able to have a better look at this after the CES 2012.
Alongside this device, LG would also announce WiDi-supporting CINEMA 3D Smart TVs at the CES.
Engadget also explained about the OLED technology used by LG,
LG’s tech uses white OLEDs overlaid with colors, which it claims makes for a lower error rate and clearer “ultra definition” screen, with more colors than standard LCDs.
So lets see that whether this OLED TV Panel by LG will be able to compete with the other televisions currently in the market or not. Keep logged on GizmoCrazed and we will let you know about any update we get.
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