It isn't just a first, LG's new curved 4K OLED TV is also con­sid­er­ably cheaper than its com­peti­tors.

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DE­CEM­BER 2015 Ear­lier this year, we were treated to a wide range of curved Ul­tra HD (or 4K) TVs that were re­leased con­sec­u­tively into the coun­try's mar­ket. While still a pre­mium en­ter­tain­ment de­vice to own, there's no deny­ing that th­ese sleek, curved 4K TVs have slowly been en­croach­ing into the homes of those who can ac­tu­ally af­ford them. In this is­sue, we take a look at a new en­try from LG, which is also an in­dus­try first: the 65EC970T Curved 4K OLED TV.

What's make this curved 4K TV so par­tic­u­larly spe­cial? To start, it's cur­rently the world's only TV with a “per­fect” curved dis­play that is made from OLED, in­stead of the more com­mon LED LCD. The dif­fer­ence be­tween the two lies in the way OLED func­tions: in­stead of be­ing il­lu­mi­nated by an LED back­light, the pix­els in OLED TVs are able to in­de­pen­dently il­lu­mi­nate them­selves, thus pro­vid­ing a richer, brighter, and less washed out im­age on the screen.

Fur­ther en­hanc­ing the OLED's color ac­cu­racy is an­other piece of pro­pri­etary tech­nol­ogy from LG: Per­fect

Per­fect Black is a color that ul­ti­mately brings out the vi­brancy of other col­ors.


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