Photos: LG's 15-inch OLED TV

LG shows off its OLED TV at IFA, which at 15 inches is larger than Sony's XEL-1.

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BERLIN--Spotted in LG's enormous booth here at IFA: a razor thin OLED TV with a 15-inch screen.

That's still about half the size of the average person's LCD or plasma TV, but it's progress. Currently Sony is the only company that sells an OLED and its measures just 11 inches diagonally. LG will officially one up its rival when this hits the market in Korea first next year.

Called "The Object," this display is 0.1 inches thin and weighs in at just over 11 ounces.

See more after the jump.

LG OLED profile
LG's 15-inch OLED TV in profile. Erica Ogg/CNET

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