LG releases first OLED TVs with 4K resolution

LG releases first OLED TVs with 4K resolution

People tend to use computers, tablets and smartphones more and more but the TV set inside your living room is still an important addition to your home. It may seem that the technologies implemented there change slowly when compared to other digital devices but this is not quite right as there might be new TV sets that may change everything – 4K OLED TVs that will revolutionize the way you watch TV at home.

This change comes to us thanks to the efforts of LG – the popular Korean company has announced the release to market of the world’s first 4K OLED TV set (3840 x 2160 pixel resolution). There are two versions to choose from – with displays of 77 inches and 65 inches, which means there will be two models, known as 77EG9700 and 65EC9700. In addition to that LG says their OLED TVs will be able to deliver the very best display technology that is available on the market as of now thanks to implemented curved panels made of organic light-emitting diodes in Ultra HD quality.

The new TV sets will come out later this year but if you happen to live in South Korea you can pre-order one now. Customers in Europe and North America will get them a bit later. No word on pricing but in any case we do not expect these TV sets to be cheap. But you get what you pay for – the OLED TV technology delivers amazing picture quality worth watching now and not in 10 years.

Source: LG

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