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Battle of the curved OLED TVs: LG matches Samsung with its own 'world's first'

via www.lgblog.co.uk

Samsung and LG dominate the consumer electronics industry in Korea, and to call the relationship between the two a "rivalry" would be a monumental understatement. That makes it all the juicier that on the same day, within only a couple of hours, both LG and Samsung have released "the world's first curved OLED TV." LG's new EA9800 TV is 55 inches, just like Samsung, and promises the same immersive, panoramic experience that Samsung touts in its own display. It's a 2D and 3D TV, designed to be easily mounted on a wall. As with Samsung's curved OLED set (and most other things at CES), we don't know when the EA9800 will be on sale or how much it'll cost, but we're guessing it'll be right around the time and price of Samsung's TV.

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