Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is that the venue for client electronics corporations to unveil their upcoming product yet as some milestone product. This year LG Electronics plans to point out the world’s largest OLED TV – a 55-inch show that is simply four mm skinny and weighs a mere seven.5 kg.
The new HDTV uses advanced OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology with “4-Color Pixels and Color Refiner” options that generate natural, correct colours while not jaggies and alternative imperfections. With the 4-Color Pixels feature, every pixel uses a collection of 4 colours – red, green, blue and white – that expands on the common RGB (red, green, blue) setup. The TVs are one,000 times faster than LED/LCD displays per LG.
OLED may be a carbon-based technology that uses skinny films of organic materials between 2 conductors to transmit a picture and needs no backlight to project a bright image. The technology was originally restricted to smaller displays like MP3 players, cell phones and devices with tiny screens. Technology advances have currently allowed for TV sets using OLED technology. though they give the impression of being fantastic, the tiny choice of OLED TVs that have entered the market in recent times haven’t specifically set the planet alight in terms of sales thanks to high costs when put next to the alternatives.