LG’s 55-inch OLED TV Priced At $8000, Launching In May

Posted on Mar 27 2012 - 10:56am by Editorial Staff

If you are able to put a bit pressure on mind and try to remember that LG had announced 55-inch OLED TV during Consumer Electronics Show back in January, the South-Korean giant has announced, as reported by Maeil Business, the price of the big fat TV. The 5-inch OLED TVs comes at an estimated price of 9 million Korean won (about $8,000) and will be launch at the Cannes Film Festival, taking place in France during this May. Powered by dual-core ARM processors, the Smart TVs new range will give users access to LG’s application catalogue which features more than 1200 apps in 80 countries. The move will allow the developer around the world to be a part of it.

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  • gmanthebrave


    I can’t wait until one of these TVs is available at Best Buy
    so I can see it.  I didn’t get to go to
    CES this year so I missed the demonstration. 
    I would LOVE to have one of these TVs though for my DISH HD programming,
    which currently is displayed on a DLP TV. 
    I like my DLP quality, but it would be nice to have an attractive
    display like this.  I would have to give
    up size though, and with how big my TV is, I exclusively watch the two-hundred
    plus HD channels on my DISH service.  I
    would consider an OLED if it was around 5K and at least 65-inches though.