LG 55EA8800 Gallery OLED TV Announced

LG have just announced their latest OLED TV. The LG 55EA8800 GALLERY OLED TV, will be on display from tomorrow at IFA 2013 in Berlin, Germany.

The LG 55EA8800 is a standard “flat” OLED TV, as opposed to their “curved” OLEDTV which is now available on the U.S and European markets. But this flat OLED TV features a rather unique frame. This frame features an “powerful yet unobtrusive Canvas Speaker”.

LG say the frame is more than just an attractive design detail, and features a 2.2 channel sound system. The forward facing canvas speakers provide rich an full bodies audio along with an artistic theme.

A special “Gallery Mode” enables the user to view high resoltuion images of paintings by famous artists, along with personal photos.

While using the LG 55EA8800 OLED TV as a means of displays art might not be your first idea, it of course has the amazing OLED display which offers true blacks, and higher contrast ratios and black levels than any LED or plasma TV.



LG 55EA8800

LG 55EA8800

The LG 55EA8800 is also the first OLED TV which can be wall mounted. Of course the curved OLED TVS from both LG and Samsung can’t be wall mounted, and the LG 55EM970V OLED TV which is on sale in Harrods in London, UK, features a non-removable stand.

LG has taken the lead by being the first company to commercially launch both a 55-inch curved OLED TV, and a 55-inch OLED TV. LG’s OLED TVs make use of their own WRGB technology which features an additional white sub-pixel, for what LG claim is the best technology and offers the best images.

The LG Gallery OLED TV will be available to purchase in Germany from the end of the month, and will launch to other markets “shortly”.

No pricing info just yet, but as always we will be be sure to keep you updated on the 55EA8800.

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