CNet posted an interesting interview with LG’s Global Communication Directory, Ken Hong. Ken says that their OLED TV production yields are over 80% now – and it’s all thanks to the WRGB technology they bought originally from Kodak . Ken says that LG has a large lead over competitors – and they do not expect anyone to catch up for at least 2-3 years. Ken further says that consumers are ready for OLED TVs now. He says that other makers cannot produce OLED TVs with reasonable yields and this is why they say consumers are not ready. At the current price point, LG’s job is to educate consumers why they should spend a premium on OLED technology. Read more about LG says OLED TV yields at over 80%, WRGB puts it years ahead of competitors

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LG says OLED TV yields at over 80%, WRGB puts it years ahead of competitors