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Latest OLED TV news

Here you will find the latest news and most recent developments on the OLED TV, with regular updates and all the information you need.

Samsung launches a direct attack on LG’s OLED TVs once again

  • By Naresh
  • 3 years ago

Samsung lists its major TV innovations in a new blog post

  • By Naresh
  • 5 years ago

Samsung targets LG’s OLED TVs for their burn-in problem

  • By Naresh
  • 5 years ago

Samsung OLED TV reports rubbished by company’s TV boss

  • By Adnan Farooqui
  • 5 years ago

New Samsung OLED TV possible as defunct business being reviewed

  • By Adnan Farooqui
  • 5 years ago

Samsung doesn’t think OLED displays are suitable for TVs

If you’re waiting for Samsung to launch an OLED TV, you might have to keep waiting. The company has said that it doesn’t think that OLED displays are suitable for TVs. That’s not something that its rival LG agrees with as it continues to churn out great OLED TVs. Samsung launched its QLED TVs earlier […]

  • By Adnan Farooqui
  • 5 years ago

Samsung’s betting on Micro-LED technology to boost its premium TV business

Samsung is reportedly accelerating its effort to create a Micro-LED TV. According to a new report from South Korea, the firm is desperately developing alternative technologies for its next-generation premium TVs, after it struggled to increase its market share in the QLED segment last year. There are still technical challenges that need to be overcome […]

  • By Josh L.
  • 5 years ago

Samsung maintains its aversion to OLED TVs, but why?

Despite being a leader in the AMOLED display market, Samsung has an aversion to OLED displays for TVs. Its mobile devices tout gorgeous AMOLED displays but the company thinks this technology isn’t suited to its TV lineup. Samsung launched its “QLED” TVs earlier this year. It positioned them against LG’s OLED TVs that are very […]

  • By Adnan Farooqui
  • 5 years ago

Samsung and LG fighting it out regarding 4K standards

Global TV giants Samsung and LG are locking their horns once again, this time regarding 4K standards. These South Korean electronic giants are busy in disregarding each others display technologies as the International Committee for Display Metrology (ICDM) has changed its policy to require labeling a separate contrast modulation in TV definitions. ICDM, a committee […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 7 years ago

Samsung might skip OLED TVs in favor of QLED TVs

It was reported earlier this year that Samsung is going to relaunch OLED TVs in 2017 but a few months ago the company said that it’s still skeptical about this technology. It believes that the market still hasn’t developed for OLED TVs as higher panel cost keeps the price outside the range of most customers. Samsung […]

  • By Adnan Farooqui
  • 7 years ago

Samsung stresses that it has no plans to launch a range of OLED TVs in 2017

Earlier this year, a report was published by the OLED Association predicting that Samsung would reintroduce an OLED TV lineup in 2017. Shortly after the article broke cover, the Vice President of Samsung Display, Park Dong-Gun, revealed that the firm had been conducting extensive internal research on OLED panels, but had no plans to mass […]

  • By Josh L.
  • 7 years ago

Samsung and LG to go head to head in the OLED panel business

Korean rivals Samsung and LG are looking to change their strategies in the OLED display panel business to compete with each other. Samsung is going to make a substantial investment in OLED TV panel manufacturing while LG is planning to invest in smaller OLED display panels for smartphones. According to sources in the display industry, […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 7 years ago

Samsung to push Quantum Dot TVs this year with 14 new models

Samsung said today that it will launch fourteen new SUHD TV models this year, maintaining its commitment to Quantum Dot technology rather than shifting to OLED technology. Samsung is aiming to sell more than 50 million TVs this year with 10 percent of them being high-end ones with double the profit of regular TVs. The South […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 7 years ago

Samsung is skeptical about OLED TVs

Reports came out earlier his year that Samsung may reintroduce OLED TVs in 2017, but the company said that it’s still skeptical about the technology. The company thinks that the market is still nascent for OLED TVs due to higher panel cost and trickier manufacturing technology. Samsung Display CEO Park Dong-gun said yesterday that the company […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 7 years ago

Samsung Display will decide on mass production technology for OLED TV panels in May

It has been a while since Samsung pushed OLED TVs, the company did introduce some OLED TV models which were later removed from the lineup, but it was reported last month that the company is expected to reintroduce OLED TVs next year. A new report out of Korea claims that Samsung Display is going to […]

  • By Adnan Farooqui
  • 7 years ago

Samsung may reintroduce OLED TV lineup in 2017

Even though Samsung uses Super AMOLED displays in its smartphones, tablets, and wearables, the company isn’t pushing OLED TVs. The company had released some OLED TV models, but removed them at a later stage. Instead, the South Korean electronics giant is pushing the Quantum Dot technology for its high-end TVs in 2016. However, a report […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 7 years ago

Samsung delays the launch of OLED TVs in favor of Quantum Dot LCD TVs

As per a report from CNET, Kim Hyun-seok, head of Samsung Electronics’ TV business, has announced that it is still too early for the company to launch OLED TVs. He also said that Samsung’s “strategy on OLED TV this year as well as next year remains unchanged“, which means that we might not be able see Samsung […]

  • By Asif Iqbal Shaik
  • 8 years ago

Samsung: Cost-competitive OLED TVs to arrive in three to four years

In an interview with USA Today, HS Kim, executive vice president of Visual Display Business, said that the prices of OLED televisions will likely take three to four years to come down to levels that the average consumer can afford. The unfriendly prices are due primarily to difficulties in the OLED manufacturing process. “I’m really, really […]

  • By Abhijeet Mishra
  • 9 years ago

Samsung announces curved OLED TV for Europe

Samsung has now announced the sales of its Curved OLED TV for the European region. In addition to South Korea and USA, countries like Germany, England, France, Austria, Switzerland, Netherlands, Belgium and Italy will receive Samsung’s flagship TV in the coming weeks. Samsung has also kicked off some marketing initiatives for Europe and will showcase […]

  • By Kunal G.
  • 9 years ago
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