One look and you can tell there's something very different about LG's 55" 55EA9800 — the world's first large-screen OLED TV. First, the screen is a lot thinner than conventional flat-panel TVs. Second, OLED images have startling color, clarity, and immediacy.
With at least four times the detail of your current HDTV, 4K has over 8 million pixels. That's the reality of LG's 84LM9600 4K Ultra High Definition TV.
OLED is a new way to display HDTV images. It's a big step beyond both LCD and plasma. We look at Samsung and LG offerings using this new display technology.
Ultra High Definition TVs, often referred to as "4K" TVs, can display four times the detail of typical HDTVs. How noticeable is the improvement? Is there any 4K content available? We'll tackle these questions and more.