LG 55EA8800
LG launches new flat 55" OLED TV in Europe

02 Sep 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG will launch its first flat OLED TV in Europe this month. LG calls it the Gallery OLED TV (55EA8800), and it comes with a 2.2 channel speaker system. It will be exhibited for the first time at IFA 2013.

LG launches new flat OLED TV in Europe

LG and Samsung kicked off the OLED race with curved OLED TVs, but Europeans will also be able to purchase a completely flat OLED TV later this month.

LG 55EA8800
LG’s new flat 55-inch OLED TV, 55EA880


LG’s new flat 55-inch OLED TV has been named the Gallery OLED TV. LG calls it a “stylish addition” to the TV line-up based on the frame behind the TV. An integrated Gallery Mode is available that enables users to view digital copies of paintings by artists such as Vincent van Gogh and Paul Gauguin, says LG.

LG 55EA8800
LG’s new flat 55-inch OLED TV, 55EA880


The TV is based on LG’s WRGB OLED pixel structure with white OLED pixels and passive color filters in front. It has a built-in 2.2 channel sound system with LG’s canvas speakers. LG promises incredible picture quality, and adds that the 55EA8800 is the first OLED TV that can wall mounted.

LG’s 55EA8800 will be unveiled at IFA 2013 this week and will launch in Germany later this month, with other markets to follow soon.



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