According to a leaked internal Sony document Sony will present a new OLED-TV at CES 2010 in Las Vegas in January 2010. According to the internal document that FlatpanelsHD has acquired the model will be called KDL-ZX; a name which hitherto has been used for the world's thinnest LCD-TV with LED, Sony KDL-ZX1.
New Sony OLED-TV
According to internal documents from Sony a new OLED-TV will be presented at CES 2010 in fashionable Sin City, Las Vegas. FlatpanelsHD has acquired an internal Sony document revealing the Sony model range for 2010 citing a new KDL-ZX (maybe the real name should be KDL-ZX2 as previously mentioned?) OLED-TV, as well as new Sony LCD-TVs and LED-TVs (LCD with LED).
Sony KDL-ZX is Sony’s new OLED-TV
Sony's OLED-TV model - the so-called KDL-ZX is said to be either a 21-inch OLED-TV which Sony has previously exhibited as a prototype at Japan Display Show 2009 or a 27-inch OLED-TV.
If the rumors are true, the new OLED-TV from Sony will be presented in January 2010 at CES 2010 in Las Vegas, and will be the second model in the ZX range after the 9,9 mm LCD-TV with LED KDL-ZX1.
World’s first OLED-TV, Sony XEL-1
Sony already has a 11-inch OLED XEL-1 model on the market. See picture above.
New Sony LCD-TVs and LED-TVs as well
The internal document also contains information about a new XBR11 Sony range. The XBR series are launched on the American and Asian markets. In Europe the XBR series is known as simply X.
The document also includes references to new V6100, W6100 and Z6100 series from Sony, including a X500 and X650 with Edge LED. All these models are the American models. The European model names will be probably be V6500, W6500, Z6500, X500 and X650.
We keep you updated with more information on the new models soon.