LG Display reveals that 42-inch OLED TVs are coming soon

Ruben Fields
January 11, 2021

That will possibly provide a cheaper option for OLED buyers and could be an attractive option for gamers as well, given the popularity of LG's 48-inch OLED gaming TV.

LG Display will also differentiate OLED panels with additional technologies where possible.

LG Display, the panel manufacturer, has today announced that it will start producing 42-inch and 83-inch OLED TV displays this year.

OLED, or organic light-emitting diode, is highlighted by self-illuminating pixels that do not require a separate light source, allowing manufacturers to produce lightweight, thin and flexible display products.

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"We are introducing our first OLED logo to better showcase our unparalleled technical expertise in the OLED market as it enters its maturity stage", explained Jeeho Baek, Executive Vice President and Head of the Mobile Display Sales, Marketing & Product Planning Office at Samsung Display. - "LG Display is planning to apply its advanced next-generation OLED technology to high-end TV models that will be launched this year and gradually expand its adoption".

LG Display also unveiled its plan to boost its OLED display lineup to meet various needs from the market. The arrangement incorporates a 42-inch panel, the littlest TV-sized OLED yet from LG Display, just as another 83-inch panel size that probably includes in the Bravia setup that Sony uncovered a couple of days back.

LG Display said it plans to increase its OLED TV shipments to more than 7 million units this year, up from 4.5 million units in 2020.

Unveiled as part of the company's CES 2021 lineup, the new OLED technology is capable of higher efficiency thanks to a new layer being added to the display.

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