LG plan OLED TV onslaught in 2013
God, we love LG’s OLED displays at Tech Digest. From IFA to CES, they’ve wowed us with their super-thin sizes and superb clarity of 3D imagery. Now it looks as though LG are planning to bring the tech mainstream, announcing an expansion of their OLED manufacturing plans at a Q4 earnings call earlier this week.
Following the successful work on a new $226 million arm of their manufacturing plant vice president of LG Display Jung Ho announced that the company are to triple OLED production by the end of 2013.
These won’t just be concept pieces either, but retail sets at very respectable sizes. A 31 inch model is due to hit shops in Europe and the US before the year is out, while a 55 inch prototype is expected to be teased at either IFA 2011 or CES 2012.
Our eyes are already writing up their Christmas lists.
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Great news from LG. Let’s just wait and see what kind of pricing they have on the 31″ models.