Wednesday, January 13, 2016

What is OLED TV? should you buy OLED TV in 2016?


What are OLED TVs?

OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode (Organic Light Emitting Diode). In 2016 sales are few models and many brands have renounced their manufacture.
It seems that LG is the brand's strong commitment to the OLED TV, and Panasonic also offers some models.
The price of OLED TVs is expensive, but no one doubts the improvement in image quality and design that can bring. Today it can not ensure the future as new 4K TV greatly enhance FullHD without using OLED technology, and if we add now the new HDR models.

What is OLED?

OLED displays are composed of two organic layers emitting layer and conductive layer that are made of molecules or polymers which conduct electricity (organic semiconductor). More on wikipedia.

What benefits / disadvantages of the technology applied to OLED TVs?

The main advantages are low power, brightness, design: thinner, flexible and larger screens.
The current major drawbacks: Low durability, more sensitive to the environment (humidity, heat, ...), luminescence and manufacturing cost is still very expensive.

Should you buy an OLED TV in 2016?

We believe that OLED technology is still too young to risk buying an OLED TV, although there are phones that if they use devices. Investing in a TV LED supposed to spend 2000, we believe it should wait a few years before it reaches maturity. On the other hand some brands like Sony and Samsung discard technology as screens get 4K 5mm, without using OLED.

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