An OLED TV uses a new display technology called OLED (organic light emitting diodes). OLED TVs are lighter, more efficient, leaner and have better refresh rates and contrast than LCD or plasma.
Samsung has shed more light on its plans for OLED HDTVs, saying it expects a 55-inch “super” OLED 3D TV in Korea for the second half of 2012. It is not clear when a brand Samsung OLED TV would reach the United States during a press conference in Seoul, said a company executive it would take two or three years before the OLEDs are widely available, according to the Associated Press.
According to reports, both Samsung and LG Display plans to introduce at 55 “OLED TVs at CES 2012 (January 10). This is not surprising, since it was announced earlier. According to recent reports, the companies plan to introduce the products from the Olympic Games in 2012 (that’s a great event to which many people buy a new TV) – which means we can expect delivery OLED TVs to July 2012.
The same report reaffirmed the old rumors about an Apple TV OLED. I remain skeptical, because in 2012 the capacity of the OLED TV to be low (LG, for example, say that you are able to produce some 30,000 panels per month) – not enough for Apple. Samsung also produce their large plates in a pilot line and is not able to mass produce the panels.
LG Display is under a white OLED with color filter design that is less efficient than the truth of the RGB OLED panel from Samsung, but according to the court will produce this easier and ultimately cheaper for the consumer. Hopefully in a few months, we know more about these devices, including pricing information.
- LG 15 “EL9500
The first LG OLED TV was actually the 15 “EL9500 15″. How Sony XEL-1, this was more of a technology demonstration, as the price was too high for a 15 “screen (about $ 2600 in Korea and € 1,999 in Europe). The EL9500 features 1366 x 768 resolution, a contrast ratio 100,000: 1 and is only 1.7mm thick.
The Sony suffered from problems with color accuracy, but his 55-inch Samsung describes as a “masterpiece of accurate color reproduction and maximum performance,” well, maybe licking the company. When I get face to face with one, I’ll be sure to see if you have problems off-angle color LG says its 55-inch OLED design are concerned.
The Samsung Super-OLED TV also offers intelligent interaction and chipset dual core company of other high-end TVs like the UNES8000.
- Sony 11 “XEL-1 OLED TV
The world’s first OLED TV XEL-1 Sony was in December 2007. The XEL-1 was actually more of a prototype of a technology trade group – a small TV (11 “), is expensive (about $ 2500) and occurs in only small amounts of image quality, color and the contrast was great ..
- Samsung 55 “OLED TV super-
Together with LG, Samsung also announced its own 55 “OLED TV, OLED TV Super. Samsung is focused on the fact that with ‘True OLED RGB sub-pixels, as opposed to LG CF WOLED architecture, but also to differentiate your screen OLED TVs LED TVs. Samsung design theory in better image quality and efficient screen, while the district court should permit design, the manufacture of television sets on the cheap. The model number of TV Samsung is ES9500. We have an official price or release date, despite the promise of Q2 or Q3 2012 should be sent.