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LG’s new OLED TVs with WebOS 2 – Finally, an associate professor flat-OLED TVs
Samsung has been very successful with the production of OLED screens for phones and tablets, but large OLED panels for TVs they go off so well. Samsung has also stopped production of OLED TVs. That makes LG at this time so the only manufacturer OLED panels for use in televisions. Despite the lack of competition LG continues to develop new models and has recently LG’s sister company LG display yet again six hundred million dollars will be invested in OLED.
The first OLED TVs had a curved screen making it equally clear to everyone that we are dealing with an entirely new technique. The OLED screens could relatively easily be bent because behind the image panel no separate backlight is needed. The curved OLED screens made such an impression that multiple manufacturers to work have gone to also LCD panels provide a curvature. And with success, because today there are curved TVs in all sizes for sale.
For a time it seemed that for LG OLED TVs with an associate professor resolution only would use curved screens but this year shows LG at CES next new curved OLED models for the first time senior lecturer models with a flat screen. The new models run on version 2.0 of LG’s WebOS and have a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. There are no new HD models announced and LG has let us know that there is no OLED TVs with HD resolution will come in the future. For now, the existing high-definition models will still remain available.Viewing:-172
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