The following interview on the future of OLED TV was provided by Erich Strasser from oled-display.net Check the links at the bottom of the post for the full interview..

In an interview with Barry Young the managing director of the OLED-Association we got some insider information. The big question is when we will see cost competitive OLED TV  panels which can compete to LCD and Plasma HDTVs.

Barry Young explain also the technical issues which have to be solved! In 2012 Barry sees 30 to 40 inch OLED-Television devices in 1 to 2 million volume but the price will be very high.
In 2013 and 2014 Barry Young sees 5 to 6 million AMOLED TV’s. In 2015 we will see 10 to 15 million Organic Television devices which are very competitive to LCD and Plasma devices.

LG, Sony and Samsung plan OLED-Television devices in the next few years. LG-Display plans to ramp up a 8 gen OLED production line to produce 55-inch OLED-Tv in 2011-2012.

Please check out our article and Interview:

http://www.oled-display.net/when-will-we-see-larger-cost-competitive-oled-tv-panels

 

LG has a very nice OLED TV at CES 2011 in Las Vegas. It’s a 31″ model with 1920×1080 full HD. LG has stated that they plan to release a 31″ OLED TV this year so let’s keep our fingers crossed that this will be the model released to the public.

Check out Erik’s LG OLED TV photos here at Flickr.com

Here’s a video that shows how thin the latest LG OLED TV is along with some other fancy toys from LG.

 

OLED TV fans can see a new Sony OLED TV at CES 2011. It’s a 24.5″ model, glasses free 3D. While there are different opinions on 3D TV, we can probably all agree that it’s still a great picture and that no-one will be getting one anytime soon.

Here’s a video clip of the new Sony OLED TV prototype from my friend Erik.

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