OLED TVs, which promise better image quality and thinner form factors than LCD TVs, are still...
OLED TVs, which promise better image quality and thinner form factors than LCD TVs, are still too expensive for the vast majority of consumers. But in spite of Sony's exit from the market, their commercialization, largely using technology and materials from Universal Display (PANL), continues afoot. LG says it will launch a 55-inch set in 2H12, while Samsung claims it's working on a 50-inch TV panel.
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