LG's 55EM9700 (left) and Samsung's KN55S9. Check out how and where you can buy the KN55S9 right now. For more info about OLED in general, check out What is OLED?
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55EA9800

The curved 55EA9800 OLED.
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55EM9700

The 55EM9700 OLED.
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55EA9800

The curve on the 55EA9800 isn't a lot, but then, any curve on a TV is noticeable.
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55EA9800

The back panel of the 55EA9800.
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OLED thin

Though this shows last year's LG OLED, it's a good visual of how thin OLEDs are.
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55EM9700

This is the "traditional" flat OLED 55EM9700 from LG.
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55EA9800

Slightly curved.
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55EA9800

OK, ever-so-slightly curved. Still, a curved TV is pretty cool.
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The Samsung KN55S9

The curved Samsung KN55S9.
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The front view of the KN55S9 from Samsung.
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KN55S9

Notice the embedded camera.
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The sidebars are a different look for Samsung, similar to the big 4K TVs the company showed at CES.
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Sony 4K OLED prototype

This prototype uses Sony's "Super Top Emission" technology and oxide semiconductor TFTs, the goal being to give all the benefits of OLED TV in a larger, 4K panel.
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Sony's professional OLED monitors

Here are 30-inch (4,096x2,160-pixel resolution) and 56-inch (3,840x2,160) OLED prototypes. From the press release: "The 'A' Series includes the BVM-E250A and BVM-E170A master monitors for high-end cinema and broadcast applications, the BVM-F250A and BVM-F170A master monitors for TV productions and broadcasting, and the versatile PVM-2541A and PVM-1741A picture monitors for a wide range of monitoring applications."

More info here.

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Panasonic

Panasonic's 4K OLED prototype.
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Panasonic shows off its 4K OLED prototype.
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