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LG Beats Samsung to Launch with the First OLED TVs

LG Beats Samsung to Launch with the First OLED TVs

LG Electronics Inc just started taking pre-orders for the first OLED TV. These televisions use technology that promises the clearest images yet on super-thin screens.

They start with 55-inch TVs at a price tag of $10,335 and will be delivered to buyers in South Korea, the home of the company. North America, Europe, and the rest of Asia will get them sometime by the end of March.

Both LG and Samsung said they were the future of TV and had promised to have them ready for consumers by the end of 2012. However, manufacturing challenges delayed the release dates for both companies.

LD gets the title of the first company to make the OLED TVs, but that is more symbolic than anything because the first sales will probably be small, especially with the price tag.

Samsung has not given a release date for its OLEDs, but has said it is more concerned with making the best product possible rather than a precise launch date.

This new technology promises to be an expensive endeavor for all companies who attempt to compete. It requires upgraded factories, which can cost billions.
Photo: LG Beats Samsung to Launch with the First OLED TVs

LG Electronics Inc just started taking pre-orders for the first OLED TV. These televisions use technology that promises the clearest images yet on super-thin screens.

They start with 55-inch TVs at a price tag of $10,335 and will be delivered to buyers in South Korea, the home of the company.  North America, Europe, and the rest of Asia will get them sometime by the end of March.

Both LG and Samsung said they were the future of TV and had promised to have them ready for consumers by the end of 2012. However, manufacturing challenges delayed the release dates for both companies.

LD gets the title of the first company to make the OLED TVs, but that is more symbolic than anything because the first sales will probably be small, especially with the price tag.

Samsung has not given a release date for its OLEDs, but has said it is more concerned with making the best product possible rather than a precise launch date.

This new technology promises to be an expensive endeavor for all companies who attempt to compete.  It requires upgraded factories, which can cost billions.

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