BEO wants to market 97-inch OLED TV with 8K resolution. Until recently, LG Display was the only manufacturer of OLED televisions, but since the beginning of this year, Samsung Display has also been releasing its first own models. A third player may soon enter the market, because the Chinese BOE would, according to research firm DSCC want to market a 95-inch OLED screen.
The BOE OLED panel has a 95-inch size, an 8K resolution, 800 nits peak brightness, 150 nits fullscreen brightness, a 120Hz refresh rate and 99% DCI-P3 color gamut. Like LLG Display, BOE uses WOLED technology. Simply put, each pixel of a WOLED TV consists of four (tiny) sub-pixels, the diodes. The filters of the first three pixels subpixels are red, green, blue. The fourth pixel has no filter and is white.
97-inch OLED TV with 8K resolution
When we use the 95-inch oled television from BOE in the market and what will be paid for it is still unclear, but it is good news that competition is increasing as this is driving prices down. If you can’t wait, you can go to LG later this year for a 97-inch OLED television with 4K resolution and a price tag of 25,000 euros. Is 8K preferable? Then LG has the Z2 series in 88-inch in the Product Range with a price tag of 26,000 euros.