It’s been heralded as the future of flatscreen TVs, but OLED screens have so far been so small and expensive that they’ve remained something of a novelty. Until now that is. Details have leaked of an LG super OLED set that, whilst sure to still break the bank, is an impressive 31 inches as well as being 3D compatible.
At just 2.9mm thick it’s quite literally a “cutting-edge” design, measuring up as the thinnest OLED screen on the market. Super smooth images will also be on show thanks to a 600Hz refresh rate, halving to a still-impressive 300Hz for 3D images.
However, with OLED screens half the size and without 3D smarts still sporting £1500 price tags, expect this set to remain the reserve of only the super-rich.
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