Published on May 10th,2012 at 8:24 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

Samsung Showcases the World’s First Mass Produced 55 inch OLED TV

Samsung Showcases the World’s First Mass Produced 55 inch OLED TV

Samsung Electronics announced its market strategy on large premium smart TV unveiling the world’s very first mass production model of 55 inch OLED TV (ES9500) at 2012 Samsung Premium TV Showcase. Samsung Electronics is expected to lead the way toward premium life style experience with better video quality, sharper images, diverse contents, and premium design. The OLED TV unveiled at the Showcase is the premium strategic model which garnered the Best of Innovation Award at CES 2012.

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Samsung Showcases the World’s First Mass Produced 55 inch OLED TVSamsung Showcases the World’s First Mass Produced 55 inch OLED TV
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  • TooLittleTooLate

    The rumored $9000+ price tag is a mistake. In a market with fine 60″ 480hz models (or even 900hz+) with <150W power consumption and excellent contrast ratio for well under $3000, there is just not enough advantages in this OLED at this price. The most I would be willing to pay for a smaller 55" unit with slower refresh only 'cos it's cool to be thin (and have a small bezel) would be … well, $3000. But as soon as 4K Tv's show up at year's end, I'm buying one instead anyway. For my media play usage what I need is (ideally) a 60" 4K panel fast enough for 3D (though I rather have it passive polarized, but can live with active). Don't care if it is OLED (preferred 'cos it's thin and light plus uses little power even though it ages much faster than others) or any other tech.

 

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