This year, Samsung will release more Ultra HD TVs than ever before, including the new S'UHD TVs that move beyond 4K resolution. Most of the new TVs are curved and Samsung is changing its Smart TV platform yet again to one running Tizen. FlatpanelsHD brings you a full overview of Samsung’s 2015 line-up.
The big themes are Ultra HD and Android TV that will replace Sony’s current Smart TV platform. Sony’s high-end TV will also support HDR (high dynamic range), which will make movies brighter and more spectacular. Here is a full overview of Sony’s 2015 TV line-up.
Ultra HD will be in the 6 series TVs and up, whereas Full HD is disappearing. LG is still the only TV manufacturer who can produce the amazing OLED TVs. This year, LG will take OLED to the next level with its Ultra HD OLED TVs. FlatpanelsHD brings a full overview of LG’s 2015 TV line-up.
The first big theme is Ultra HD, which will expand to more models than ever. The second big theme is Android TV, which Philips will embrace fully and integrate as its TV platform into two thirds of the line-up. FlatpanelsHD brings you a full overview of the 2015 TVs.
Panasonic has unveiled its 2015 line-up of TVs, and here is a full overview. Most of the new TVs offer Ultra HD resolution and the high-end TVs add HDR and wider colors gamuts. Panasonic will switch to Firefox OS as its new TV platform and launch its first curved TVs.
Sony exhibited a 24.5-inch OLED-TV at CES 2010 that can do 3D, too. In this article we take a look at the OLED-TV with more pictures and video.
25-inch 3D OLED TV from Sony
Sony has their 11-inch OLED-TV on the market now called XEL-1.
With the jump from Sony's current 11-inch OLED-TV to 24.5-inches it’s certainly starting to look interesting.
Sony 24,5” 3D OLED-TV
The new OLED-TV from Sony displays both 2D and 3D. Sony exhibited that product at CES 2010 in Las Vegas, and even though it’s still a prototype picture quality was phenomenal.
With 25-inch OLED-TVs we’re closer to living room size OLED-TVs. The TV has a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels and Sony says that black levels, viewing angles and a response time is far superior to current plasma and LCD-TVs.
Sony 24,5” 3D OLED-TV
3D on OLED
The 25-inch prototype also supported 3D like the coming LCD-TVs and plasma-TVs. If you want to enjoy 3D pictures on the OLED-TV from Sony you need active 3D shutter glasses.
Sony also says that they consider the OLED technology ideal for 3D because of its low response time. Sony actually regard OLEDs as the best technology for 3D and Samsung has said something similar in a previous interview.
Sony has not yet revealed when we can expect the 25-inch OLED-TV in stores.