LG and Panasonic were not the only companies showcasing OLED TVs at CES. Chinese-based makers Haier, Changhong and Konka all showed new OLED TVs, and all of those TVs use 4K OLED panels supplied by LG Display.
So first up we have Haier with their 55" Full-HD 55H9800. (shown above). This is a curved TV that has a super-thin metal frame that is only 1.5 mm thick.
Changhong announced two new 4K curved OLED TVs - the 55" 55Q2A and the 65" 65Q2A. This is an update to the company's Full-HD 55Q1A released in May 2014 in China. Changhong's Q2A OLED TVs are Android TVs (4.2 and feature Ciri Voice Control, Free-Share, face recognition and has an MHL port.
Finally, we have Konka, with their 65" 65X90PU OLED TV. This Android (4.2/4.4) TV has a curved 65" 4K panel, and it features DVB-T, Multi-screen and USB 3.0.
I would like to thank my friend Sri Peruvemba from Marketer International for those photos!