Samsung and LG OLED TVs come to the U.S., but high price tag will keep them out of reach for most

Samsung and LG have begun shipping organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television to the U.S. (see the report "Sorting Hype From Reality in Printed, Organic, and Flexible Display Technologies"). The two Korean display makers use different OLED architectures, with Samsung’s TVs having red-green-bl...

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