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Towards the end of 2015 LG Display announced that it plans to build a new OLED fab (P10) in Paju in a $8.7 billion investment . The P10 will produce both mid-sized flexible OLED and large-sized OLED TV panels. Production was planned for the first half of 2018. ETNews now reports that LG is indeed constructing the new fab (as can be seen in the image above) and the company is on track to finish the project by Q2 2018 (although mass production will probable take longer). Read more about LGD progresses with its P10 OLED fab, considering building a Gen-10 TV line
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LG Display reported an excellent Q4 2016, with the company’s highest quarterly operating profit of $775 million USD. The main drivers for this profit were higher prices of large size LCD panels and a weak Korean Won rate (which also boosted Samsung’s profits ). LGD also updated on its OLED program. The E5 flexible AMOLED fab is expected to start production in Q3 2016 – which is a slight delay because LGD aimed to start production in the first half of 2016 . Read more about LG Display reports a positive Q4 2016, to put more emphasis on OLED in 2017
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Philips announced its first OLED TV, the 901F , in September 2016, and the TV is now starting to appear in European stores. The price for the TV (which comes in 55″ only) is €3,500 in Germany. Philips’ 901F has s 55″ 4K panel (LGD WRGB) and features include three-sided Ambilight (LED strips that add external illumination), HDR, Philips’ own Perfect Pixel Ultra HD picture processing, integrated 6.1 sound system and a Smart TV powered by Android. Read more about Philips first OLED TV, the 901F, is now shipping in Europe
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As expected, Sony finally launched its first OLED TV (well, except the 2008 11″ XEL-1 ). The XBR-A1E Bravia OLED TV features a flat 4K OLED panel. The TVs are based on the Android TV platform and feature HDR (both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR) and a built-in speaker which is part of the stand behind the TV to create a stand-less form factor. Sony will offer the TVs at 55″, 65″ or 77″ and the TVs will ship later in 2017. The OLED panel themselves are produced by LG Display. According to reports, LGD agreed to supply Sony with 100,000 panels each year . Read more about Sony launches its long-awaited A1E OLED TV
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Yesterday we posted about LG’s upcoming Wallpaper OLEDW7 TV launch at CES 2017 , and today it turns out that LG Electronics is also launching a similar wallpaper TV for its commercial OLED signage range. LG’s model number for its Wallpaper Signage OLED TV is 55EJ5C-B (at least in the UK). This TV uses a 55″ FHD panel (which is quite disappointing – I would have expected a 4K one!). LG already lists the TV in its UK and HK sites and also published the installation video above. MidWich.com also lists the price of this panel – £5,599 (almost $7,000 USD). Read more about LG's wallpaper OLEDs also coming to its commercial OLED signage range
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During the International Display Workshops that was help a few weeks ago in Fukuoka Japan, LG Display discussed its new WOLED tandem stack that it plans to introduce soon to its OLED TVs and lighting panels. LG Display says that its new stack is a “3-stack-OLED” while its existing stack is a “2-stack-OLED”. As you can see in the image above, LG apparently counts each emissive layer as a different stack in this case. Read more about LG to introduce 3-stack structure for its 2017 OLED lighting and TV panels
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According to Business Korea, LG Display recently restructured its business so it can better focus on OLED technologies. LG Display’s five business units (TV, OLED, IT, mobile and AD) were merged into just three units – TV, IT and mobile. According to Business Korea, OLED technologies will be the focus of LGD’s TV unit, and also of its mobile business unit. The mobile unit now handles all plastic-OLED development, while the TV unit handles the large-area OLED panel production and developement. The new IT unit s still focused on LCD displays (for monitors and laptops). LG’s OLED lighting unit is now part of LG’s TV business division, and the automotive display business division is now part of the mobile unit. Read more about LG Display resturctures its business units to better focus on OLED technologies
According to an interesting story at Forbes, Sony may announce an OLED TV lineup at CES 2017 (in a month’s time). The company may have already done so at a private event in the UK, but at CES it will do so (according to the speculation, at least) in public. Sony 56-inch 4K OLED TV prototype – 2013 Sony will be using panels produced by LGD. Sony is actually producing its own large-size AMOLED panels, but only for its professional monitor range. Sony had a consumer OLED TV program, and used to collaborate with Panasonic on that, but that JV was cancelled in 2013 . Since then Sony’s TV unit produced and demonstrated several high-end LCDs using innovative technology in an effort to match LG’s OLED TV performance. Read more about Is Sony set to announce its first OLED TV soon, using LGD's panels?
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When the nice guys from LG’s Israeli public relations office reach out and offer to send an OLED TV for a review – you say yes. Naturally, I graciously accepted and received a new 65″ OLEDB6 TV . Here’s my hands-on review of LG’s new TV. The OLEDB6 was launched in early 2016, and is actually LG’s entry-level OLED TV for 2016, alongside the curved OLEDC6. The B6 features a flat 4K WRGB (WOLED-CF) OLED panel, LG’s latest WebOS 3.0 operation system, HDR support and LG’s Color Prime Pro technology. The TV does not support 3D, but strangely LG did bundle a couple of passive 3D glasses with the TV. The B6 comes in two sizes – 55″ and 65″. Read more about Hands-on review of LG's 65" OLEDB6 TV
Hands-on review of LG’s 65" OLEDB6 TV
LG apparently sent its upcoming 2017 OLED TV range to get certified by the WiFi Alliance, and the model names are now available on the website. Seems like LG is using a simple naming scheme – switching the 6 in the 2016 models to 7 for 2017: so we have the B7, C7, E7 and G7. The only TV that seems new is the W7 series – the OLED65W7 and OLED77W7. It may mean anything, but FlatPanelHD speculates that this may be LG’s Wallpaper OLED TVs. In May 2015 LG Display demonstrated those 0.97 mm thick 55″ OLED panels that stick to the wall using magnets . The entire 55″ OLED panel weighs only 1.9 Kg. Read more about LG gets its 2017 OLED TV certified by the WiFi alliance, will it include 0.97 mm wallpaper TVs?
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