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This page lists available OLED TV modules, both for the consumer market and the professional market.

Panasonic EZ950

Panasonic's EZ950 is a family of flat 4K OLED TVs that are similar to the company's high-end "professional-quality" EZ1000 OLED TVs, but without the "Master OLED" technologies (such as the Absolute Black Filter technologies and the user-defined 3D LUTs). The EZ950 comes in either 55" or 65" and use Panasonic's Studio Color HCX2 processor, the Firefox-based My Home Screen 2 smart engine.

Panasonic EZ950 photo

The EZ950 (EZ952 in the UK) will launch in the summer of 2017.

Sony XBR-A1E Bravia

Sony's first OLED TV (besides the 2008 11" XEL-1) features a flat 4K OLED (LGD WRGB) panel. The TVs are based on the Android TV platform and feature HDR (both HDR10 and Dolby Vision HDR) and a built-in speaker which is part of the stand behind the TV to create a stand-less form factor. Sony will offer the TVs at 55", 65" or 77".

Sony A1E OLED TV photo

Sony's A1-E Bravia OLED TV will ship by May 201, the 55" model will cost $4,999 while the 65" model will cost $6,499.

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Panasonic EZ1000

Panasonic's 2017 EZ1000 is a family of "professional" flat 4K HDR OLED TVs that offers the company's "most faithful picture ever". The TV, which uses an LGD WRGB OLED panel, offers up to 800 nits of brightness for a "true" HDR experience. The TV features Panasonic's new processing chip, the Studio Color HCX2 to enable its Hybrid Log Gamma and Absolute Black Filter technologies.

Panasonic EZ1000 living room photo

The EZ1000 will start shipping in Europe on June 2017, at either 65" or 77". Panasonic will also offer the "consumer-targeted" EZ950 OLED TVs which are similar to the EZ1000 TVs but without some of the high-end processing technologies.

LG OLEDW7

LG's OLED W7 is the company's top-of-the-line OLED TV for 2017. The TV (which comes in either 65" or 77") is extremely thin (2.57 mm all the way) and attaches to the wall using magnets. A thin cable on the bottom connects to the sound bar. Other features include a 4K resolution, HDR support (to four different standards), WebOS 3.5 and Dolby Atmos sound.

LG OLEDW7 Wallpaper OLED TV photo

The OLEDW7 TVs are not shipping yet, but the 65" model will cost $7,999 and the 77" will cost $19,999 (it's estimated release date is June 2017).

LG OLEDG7

The OLEDG7 is LG's high-range Signature series in its 2017 OLED TV lineup, an update to the OLEDG6 series from 2016. These OLED TVs (65" or 77") feature 4K resolution, HDR support (four different standards), WebOS 3.5, Dolby Atmos sound and an on-glass design.

LG OLEDG7 photo

The OLEDG7 TVs are not shipping yet. The price for the 65" model will be $6,999 and the price for the 77" model will be $16,999.

LG OLEDC7

The OLEDC7 is one of LG's basic models in its 2017 OLED TV lineup, an update to the OLEDC6 series from 2016. Interestingly, the C7 uses a flat panel (unlike the curved one in the C6). These OLED TVs (55" or 65") feature 4K resolution, HDR support (four different standards), WebOS 3.5 and Dolby Atmos sound.

LG OLEDC7 photo

LG's OLEDC7 TVs are now shipping globally, the 55" model costs $2,999 while the 65" one costs $4,497.

LG OLEDB7

The OLEDB7 is the basic model in LG's OLED TV 2017 lineup, an update to the OLEDB6 series from 2016. These flat OLED TVs (55" or 65") feature 4K resolution, HDR support (four different standards), WebOS 3.5 and Dolby Atmos sound.

LG did not reveal yet the price or release date of these new OLED TVs.

Philips 901F

Philips' 901F is the company's first OLED TV, with a 55" 4K panel (made by LG Display). Other features include three-sided Ambilight (LED strips that add external illumination), HDR, Philips' own Perfect Pixel Ultra HD picture processing, integrated 6.1 sound system and a Smart TV powered by Android.

Philips 901F OLED TV photo

The 901F is now shipping in Europe for €3,500 (in Germany).