LG has announced the world’s largest 55-inch OLED TV and is ready to showcase it at CES 2012. The LG’s 55-inch OLED TV is able to produce remarkable image quality with no after image due to its high reaction velocity as well as offering high contrast ratio of 100,000 to 1 ratio and wider color gamut than produced by LED panels.
OLED has a number of advantages over LCD panels including lower power consumption and an over 1,000 times faster in terms of reaction velocity to electric signals than what LCD panels can do. The lower power consumption is due to OLED panels can have the diodes to be turned on and off, thus requiring lower power consumption while compared to existing LCD panels which their light sources must be kept always on.
The LG Display’s 55-inch OLED TV is able to use a simplified structure thinner than a pen with 5mm in thickness and ligher than LCD panels. Other than this, the LG’s OLED display also uses the White OLED which accumulates red, green, and blue diodes. With the white color light emitting from the diode it offers a lower error rate, higher productivity, and a clearer Ultra Definition screen via the benefits of small pixels. And it consumes less power for web browsing. Anyway, CES 2012 will have more information about this 55-inch OLED TV.