The LG55EM9600 television has a depth of just 4mm, making it the thinnest OLED television produced. LG is particularly proud of how it has researched ways to bring down production costs of Organic Light Emitting Diode technology, which was a hindrance to it before from being a mainstream product. LG has managed to cut costs by coming up with a white OLED, which is overlaid by red, green and blue filters, which in turn is covered by a fourth filter-free white OLED sub-pixel. This is different to Samsung technology, which uses native red, blue and green pixels.
LG OLED TV Reviews
LG started with a 15 inch OLED TV in 2010. By 2011, they announced a 31-inch OLED 3D television. By the end of 2011, they created the world's largest 55-inch OLED panel, an exciting development unveiled in 2012. Competitor Samsung is already working on the best OLED TV options up to 75 inches large.
Despite that fact, the 55-inch LG OLED TV unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in 2012 received rave reviews. Some of the media reviewers favored the LG model. As these OLED TVs are released on the market later this year, consumers are sure to write the best OLED TV reviews to express their favorite model.
This OLED TV incorporates a variety of desirable features. An external aerial is needed but there is a Freeview tuner inside. The HD Ready resolution for this model is an impressive 1366 x 768, almost making up for its smaller size. Blu-ray enthusiasts can hook up a player with the HDMI cable included with the TV.