LG Electronics (LG) will unveil its most comprehensive OLED (organic light-emitting diode) TV lineup at next week’s 2014 International CES, the company said today, Jan. 2.
Visitors to LG’s CES booth at Las Vegas Convention Center Central Hall can see the new 77-inch class Ultra HD Curved OLED TV (77.0-inches measured diagonally, model 77EC9800), along with various new 55- and 65-inch class OLED TV models.
Also on display will be the 55-inch class Gallery OLED TV (model 55EA8800) and the Curved OLED TV (model 55EB9600) designed with the environment in mind, says the company.
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“All of the exceptional OLED models we’re showcasing at CES 2014 offer the ultimate in picture quality and refined, modern aesthetics,” said In-kyu Lee, senior VP and head of the TV Division at the LG Electronics Home Entertainment Company.
“Driving the evolution of television into the next generation, LG will continue to employ its technological and design expertise to bring impressive OLED TVs to market.”
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To meet the demands of the OLED TV market in each region of the world, LG has established production bases in a number of countries.
The company says it has already completed the construction of manufacturing plants in Brazil, Poland, China and Thailand. A new facility in Mexico will commence operations this year, producing OLED TVs for North American markets.
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