Last month, 2.O announced the impending launch of the world’s first 4K OLED TV from screen giant LG Electronics. We knew that the world’s first marriage between stunning 4K resolution and curved technology was coming; it was only a matter of time. Now, the eagle has finally landed.

LG Electronics has launched their 4K OLED TV. Earlier this year, the 4K OLED TV was unveiled at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show. It features 4K Ultra High-Dynamic Range (HDR) and Organic Light Emitting Diode technology.

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LG’s Curved 4K OLED TV’s display technology allows deeper blacks and richer colour contrast as compared to its LED and LCD cousins offering slimmer and lighter in terms of design and build. Emitting the need for backlight panels, OLED TVs are installed with self-lighting pixels which turn on and off individually. This feature allows LG OLED TVs to achieve perfect black contrast thereby revealing an infinite spectrum of colors.

Equipped with 4K HDR, users can enjoy four times full HD resolution revealing details of images on screen with impeccable clarity. This works together with the elegant Art Slim design of LG’s OLED line, ensuring unparalleled perfect viewing from any angle.

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Blending art form with technology, the LG OLED TVs stands as slim as three credit cards thin, and with its near bezel-less display edges, enjoy a beautiful display piece for your homes that looks sleek and seamless whether it is turned on or off.

The 4K OLED TV comes in two sizes: 55-inch and 65-inch. The 55-inch variant retails for P179,990, while the 65-inch variant retails for P299,990.  LGOLED-3

From November 1 to 15, 2015, consumers can enjoy up to 25% discount from the standard retail price on the 55-inch iterations from LG’s revolutionary 4K OLED line up.

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Luigi continues to build a book fort out of all things geeky. He is now at the science fiction section where he hopes to build a cyberpunk effigy of Philip K. Dick. You can find him in numerous publications, all over the world, and wherever books are sold.