Sony Rumored To Unveil OLED TVs At CES 2017

Posted: Dec 6 2016, 9:46am CST | by , Updated: Dec 6 2016, 10:18am CST, in Rumors | CES

 

Sony Rumored to Unveil OLED TVs at CES 2017
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  • Sony Might Come with an OLED TV at CES 2017
 

It is rumored that Sony will be launching its first OLED TV in CES 2017

The TV technology has advanced by many fold in the recent years. Companies like LG and Sony are working hard in making the TV experience more and greater.

LG just worked on its latest TV model and introduced a wide range of 3D TVs. Along with that Samsung also launched its new set of LEDs that are best for viewing 3D content.

Lately Sony has been working on its technology in order to make a product that would challenge other TV makers. Thus is the reason that we have been hearing rumors of a first ever OLED from Sony. Now rumor has it that Sony is going to introduce its OLED TVs at the CES 2017, according to Forbes.

The Consumer Electronics Show is a platform where all technology giants and new companies come forward to launch their n products. Each year new electronic products are launched by various companies. It is being said that an all new OLED TV will be launched here by Sony. CES 2017 will be held form January 5th to 8th, 2017 at Los Angeles.

LG is already supplying OLED panels and parts to different companies like that of Panasonic. Thus Sony entering this market of OLED TVs is just right for the moment.

The TV market is gaining new technology every other month thus obsoleting the older one. Sony had released its OLED monitors/TVs earlier on as well. These did get much successful as they were released in smaller size only.

The OLED TV released before was XEL-1 but it was only 11 inched wide. Now it is being said that the new OLED TVs will be of much bigger size.  Let’s wait and see if these rumors are true or not.

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