updated 04:55 pm EDT, Wed August 18, 2010
LG to bring 31-inch OLED TV to IFA show
At the IFA show due to take place at the start of September, LG Display will show off a 31-inch OLED TV, the biggest of its type. No other details on the set are known, including resolution, thickness or price. OLED TVs are very expensive, with Sony's 11-inch, $2,500 XEL-1 discontinued in Japan due to slow demand. OLEDs are said to be more efficient, vibrant and thinner than traditional LCD panels.
Also on display at the event will be LG's 72-inch 3D LED TV and what is being described as the thinnest LCD TV, at just about 0.28 inches (7mm). [via OLED-Display]