Where Samsung had an LED concept, LG has unveiled a production-ready, flexible OLED TV at CES. 1
LG has given a lot of love to home appliances at its CES press conference, as well as showing off the Lifeband Touch fitness tracker and new WebOS-enabled smart TVs.
Night owls be warned: LG's big conference for CES 2014 will take place in the wee small hours of tomorrow morning, and we'll be covering it from 2.30am AEDT.
Citing a "major breakthrough" in OLED manufacturing, LG announces that its curved OLED TV has undergone a large price cut in Australia.
LG's massive curved OLED Ultra HD TV has won the Best of Innovations award at a CES event in New York.
Bigger is better, as LG shows with a big screen curved OLED that packs in a lot of pixels. 1
In Australia, the company will sell its 55-inch curved OLED TV for significantly cheaper than the current US price. 3
The flat-panel LG Gallery OLED TV comes with speakers built into a picture-style frame.
Samsung has held an Australian launch for its KN55S9C TV, with the 55-inch curved OLED unit available in a limited retail release for AU$10,999.
A cagey statement from the electronics giant suggests that there's good news on the horizon for Aussies looking for an OLED experience. 1
The 55-inch curved panel undercuts LG's rival offering by US$6000.
After wowing crowds at tech shows, OLED TV has had a rocky path from the factory to the lounge room. Will we see it in 2013?
We put LG's curved OLED TV to the test.