The company will be the first to ship a mass-produced large-screen OLED television, which will cost around $12,000. It starts in South Korea in February, then hits US shores in March.
Pricing not available
LG's 55-inch OLED HDTV will arrive in the U.S. this March for around $12,000 the company said today.
The 55EA9800, priced at roughly $13,500, will be available starting next month, but for starters will be limited to the Korean market.
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