After we’ve talked about the world’s first 3D THX certified Plasma TV, LG’s line-up for the IFA in Berlin will apparently introduce a 31-inch 3D-ready OLED TV. The new device is just 2.9 mm in thickness making it easy to fit almost anywhere.
Although we don’t know very much about the technical details, which are kept secret until the presentation at this year’s IFA, the most interesting feature of LG’s OLED seems to be its 3D capabilities. Along with the 3D ability it will most likely sport a screen resolution of 1920×1080 pixels delivering Full HD.
The device will most likely be out on the market in September of this year in South Korea, Germany and France for starters.
Related products to LG’s 31-inch 3D OLED TV
- Mitsubishi will show their 149 inch OLED TV at ISE 2010
- Sony 3D OLED HDTV
- LG introduce 15EL9500 OLED-Tv on the european market in May
- Differences between LCD, Plasma, HDTV, LED and OLED
- Samsung UN55C7000 55-Inch 3D 1080p LED HDTV