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LG's OLED TV drops below $4000 for the first time

09 Jun 2014 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG’s amazing OLED TV was introduced with a steep $15,000 price tag, but over the past year it has dropped steadily in price. The OLED TV is now available for less than $4000, which is the lowest price yet. LG continues to lead in the nascent OLED market.

OLED TVs finally affordable

It is not exactly cheap, but with a $3999 price tag it is at least affordable. LG’s OLED TV is our reference TV at the moment and the 55-inch curved variant is now selling for just $3,999.

OLED is a new display technology with perfect black, incredible color reproduction, extremely fast response time, and near-perfect viewing angles. OLED displays can also become incredibly thin, but TV makers have struggled with bringing down production costs.

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LG is leading the OLED market ahead of Samsung, Panasonic, and Sony; all of which have delayed plans to roll out OLED TVs. LG is using a different OLED pixel layout, which has made it possible to mass-produce OLED TVs.

LG’s curved OLED TV is available on Amazon for $3,999. LG’s new, massive OLED plant will be ready for mass production in the second half of 2014. LG will also launch 4K OLED TVs later this year.



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