What is OLED?

Pitch black and intense colours

The difference between LED and OLED TVs

The latest development on offer in the field of TV technology is OLED TVs. The technology used in OLED TVs is not new.

It has been used in smartphones for quite some time. However, the high production costs and the technology involved have somewhat delayed the introduction of OLED TVs.

Difference between LED and OLED TV

Millions of tiny LEDs

LED TVs have been around for some time; the display is lit by LEDs at the sides or rear of the panel. The pixels themselves do not emit light. That's different with OLED TVs. The diodes (tiny lamps) in an OLED TV are all individual sources of light, eliminating the need for back-lighting. OLED screens are ultra-thin and more lightweight.

Because each diode can be turned on or off individually, black appears as pitch black, colours are more intense and details are crystal clear. The high contrast not only improves image quality but also enables a wider viewing angle, as none of the contrast is lost.

The advantages of OLED TVs

safety safety

lighter in weight

viewing angle

wide viewing angle

colour palette

intense colours

Interested in an OLED TV or LG OLED TV?

You can read more above about what makes OLED TVs so unique. Are you interested in purchasing an OLED TV? There are many types of OLED TVs available from various renowned TV manufacturers. LG has a wide range of LG OLED TVs in a variety of sizes. Sony and Panasonic have also brought OLED screens onto the market.

Vogel's special wall mounts for OLED TVs

Enjoy a previously unimaginable level of image quality in your home with a next-generation OLED TV. Enjoy remarkable quality of contrast and sharpness, even with fast-moving images. And, if you mount the TV on the wall using a special Vogel's OLED wall mount, you can also enjoy unparalleled convenience and the best viewing experience.

Would you like to know more about OLED wall mounts?

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