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LG's 4K OLED TVs will reportedly start at $5000

25 Feb 2015 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG will soon release a range of flat and curved 4K OLED TVs, but so far few details have been announced. They are expected to be expensive, and according to CNET two retailers seem to have leaked pricing details.

OLED TVs will still be expensive

The US prices have not been confirmed by LG, but a representative from LG Nordic confirmed the Danish prices to our sister site FlatpanelsDK in January. Comparing the two, the US prices could very well be real.

LG EG9600


The leaked prices are:
  • 55” flat 55EF9600 - $4,999
  • 55” curved 55EG9600 - $5,499
  • 65” flat 65EF9500 - $7,999
  • 65” flat 65EF9800 - $9,999
  • 77” flexible 77EG9700 - $24,999

    LG has yet to confirm launch details, and things could obviously change but at least now you have an idea. More details on LG’s 2015 OLED TV line-up is available here.

    - Source: CNET



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