According to the reports, a curved 65in 4K Ultra HD OLED TV would be made available in the European market in September this year. LG has declared that it is the “first” ever initiative as other companies still provide TV sets that include either 4K UHD technology or the OLED panel, but they do not offer a model that includes both.
Sony and Panasonic boasted their own preliminary 4K OLED models at the CES in Las Vegas in 2013, but they have decided not to launch their production. However, they provide 4K TVs based on artificial LED technology as an alternative.
LG has demonstrated the combination of 4K and OLED as the manifestation of “the future of smart TVs”. Its next TV is expected to cost around $12,000, that is nearly 2 or 3 times the cost of current 4K LED models of same size.
LG has also revealed its strategy to launch a 77in 4K Ultra HD OLED TV at an indefinite date. LG further stated that it is going to display the latest TV sets at the IFA technology exhibition in Berlin in few days.