LG is displaying both its 15 and 31 inch OLED TVs at IFA2010 in Berlin. Here are some photos from the show courtesy of http://www.oled-display.net


LG OLED TV display at IFA 2010 Berlin



LG is showing, among tons of other fantastic new displays, its new 31″ 3D OLED TV.

“For a peek at the future of Home Entertainment, LG will be displaying its revolutionary OLED TVs at IFA, including a new 31-inch 3D model with a depth of just 0.29 cm, the slimmest of any comparable set in the world. Dispensing with back-screen lighting, OLED TVs’ pixels generate their own light to produce an entirely new level of color, clarity and depth of blacks. Pencil-thin and exceptionally light, LG’s OLED TVs are an elegant addition to practically any environment and surface, as the ceiling-mounted sets in the LG OLED zone at IFA can attest. Demonstrating the extraordinary possibilities for 3D on an OLED TV, the 31-inch 3D model seduces viewers into a world with a level of detail that is a wonder to behold. ”

Check out the full story at koreaittimes.com

Also, check back here in a couple of days for photos from IFA 2010.


A couple of updates on two OLED TV models from LG.

First, according to LG USA, the LG 15EL9500 will not be released in the U.S. in the near future.  I don’t have any more details than that at this time.  The much rumored Summer 2010 launch is apparently off.

Secondly, LG will be showing a new 31″ OLED TV at IFA 2010 in Berlin, starting September 3. No details are available on this new model but once again, it’s probably just a demo model that won’t be available anytime soon at any cost. That’s not to say that it won’t be a stunning piece of display technology to drool over. You just can’t buy one yet.

Perhaps LG will have more news on its OLED plans at IFA 2010

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