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  • Diagonal Class: 55 inchesDiagonal
  • Size: 54.6 inches
  • Resolution: 3840 x 2160
  • Display Type:OLED TVs
  • Display Format: 4K UHD 2160p
  • HDMI Port(s): 4 (HDCP 2.2)
  • Other Input(s)   3 USB, 1 RF In (Antenna/Cable), 1 Composite In, 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical, 1 RS232C (Mini Jack)
  • Smart TV Operating System: webOS 3.5
  • Speaker System               2.2 Channel
  • Other Features: Active HDR with Dolby Vision™, Dolby Atmos®, Perfect Black, Cinematic Color, Billion Rich Colors, Ultra Luminance, Pixel Level Dimming
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Top Seller in OLED TVs.

 We offers a large range of OLED TVs includes not only 4K - but 8K OLED resolution - ultra-premium designs and one of the first 65 inch Rollable TV.   Manufactures include LG, Sony, Phillips  and Panasonic . Shop now , for OLED top TVs featuring a high degree of color accuracy, wide viewing angles and environmentally-friendly technology.

LG offers the latest panels with self-illuminating pixels , brighter, and beautiful color for the Best TV experience . Including incredibly smart AI ThinQ® & alpha 9 processor.   The new lineup adds Alexa, Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, HDMI 2.1 and improved video processing, at the best prices.

Sony. OLED screens are generally better than conventional LED-backlit LCD displays. For a start, they're much more power-efficient.

OLED is also lighter, thinner, uses less energy, offers the best viewing angle by far, and, though still a little more expensive, has come down in price considerably.

How does an OLED work?

OLEDs work in a similar way to conventional diodes and LEDs, but in place of using layers of n-type and p-type semiconductors, they use molecules to produce their electrons and holes. A plain OLED is made up of six different layers. The top and bottom layers include protective glass or plastic. The top layer called the seal and the bottom layer is called substrate. In between the tow layers, there's a negative terminal at times called the cathode  and a positive terminal called the anode. Finally, in between the anode and cathode are two layers made from organic molecules called the emissive layer and the conductive layer).