Sony OLED TVs will reportedly come in 55 & 65" sizes, start at $2000

07 Dec 2016 | Rasmus Larsen |

Forbes claims to have more details on Sony’s coming OLED TVs. The new TVs will reportedly launch in the second half of 2017 in 55 and 65” sizes. Prices will start at $2000 dollars.

Sony OLED TVs in 2017

A few days ago, we reported that Sony – according to rumors – was planning to launch OLED TVs in 2017. The information came from several sources, including Forbes.

Forbes now has more details on the Sony OLED TVs. Barry Young from the OLED Association, an industry group that counts LG and Samsung as members, tells Forbes that Sony intends to launch the OLED TV in 55 and 65” sizes. He also claims to know that Sony is hoping to launch them in the second half of 2017.

And it gets even better.

Sony 4K OLED-TVSony 56” 4K OLED TV – CES 2013


Barry Young tells Forbes that Sony will sell the TVs for $2000 and $3000 dollars, respectively. That is more or less the same as the current LG B6 OLED series, which is available for $2300 and $3300. Both were selling for $500 less during the Black Friday sales.

We should stress that this is still a rumor so take everything – especially the prices – with a grain of salt. Still, even if Sony should decide to sell them for more, the Sony OLED TVs look more or less confirmed at this point.

Sony will unveil its 2017 TV line-up at the CES show in Las Vegas this January. FlatpanelsHD will be in Las Vegas.

- Source: Forbes



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