MK Business News has reported on LG's plans to expand its OLED 4K TV lineup in Korea, including the introduction of more non-curved OLED TV models. The information below applies specifically to the Korean market, but LG has confirmed to the U.S. press that the company will provide more details on the new OLED models and U.S. pricing in the coming weeks.
From MK Business News
LG Electronics is set to double its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television line-up, a move meant to allow customers to have more choices to spread OLED TVs.
The electronics behemoth announced that it would release five OLED TV models in four series consecutively on the domestic market from Monday until next week. Then, its OLED TV line-up would add up to 10 models in eight series. Four out of the total coming new five OLED TVs would be ultra OLED TVs. The company is planning to aggressively target the fast-growing ultra HD (UHD) TV market.
LG Electronics has widened customer choices by rolling out the world's first flat display, 65-inch and 55-inch ultra OLED TVs as opposed to all of the existing ultra OLED TVs featuring a curved screen. The new OLED TV has realized LG's Art Slim Design philosophy as the volume of components and circuits of the TV was reduced from the existing thin and light OLED TVs.
• LG Trying to Set Up OLED Alliance at HomeTheaterReview.com.
• LG Announces Pricing and Availability of New 4K OLED and LED/LCD TVs at HomeTheaterReview.com.