LED LCD and OLED are the two major TV technologies that will fight for your TV buying dollar over the next few years. Here's how they compare.
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The new technology utilizes reflective, see-through OLED panels that can be combined with augmented reality overlays powered by 3D cameras. You know, for shopping.
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The 18-inch flexible organic light-emitting diode panel can be rolled up like paper to a radius of 3 centimeters without ever affecting the display.
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Before you get too excited, it's only a proof-of-concept display. The unveiling is part of a broader announcement to showcase the company's plans for the future, which center on OLED tech.
The company's first self-designed and distributed Sony FE-mount lenses with autofocus come in a couple of essential focal lengths.
There aren't many picture quality weaknesses inherent in OLED display technology, but LCD TVs can get brighter. A prototype OLED TV billed as HDR (high dynamic range) aims to address that gap.