LG Announces US Availability for Super Thin OLED TV
Not too long ago LG announced that it would be offering its 55-inch OLED TV within its home country of Korea in early February. Based purely on the exchange rate, the price for that TV was going to be around $10,000 in the US. LG has now officially announced that its OLED TV will be coming to the US.
The official US price for 55-inch WRGB OLED TV in the United States will be $11,999. The TVs insanely thin and only 4 mm thick and weighs 22 pounds. The TV uses LG's four-color pixel system that adds a white sub pixel along with the red, blue, and green pixels commonly found in TVs.
The TV also has an infinite contrast ratio allowing for optimal levels of contrast regardless of ambient light. The TV also promises wide viewing angles. LG will begin shipping the expensive TV in March and the viewable image is 54.6-inches.
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