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.

Haier 55H9800 55-inch curved OLED at CES 2015

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 65Q2A at CES 2015 photoChanghong 65Q2A sign at CES 2015

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.

Konka 65-inch 65X90PU sign at CES 2015Konka 65-inch 65X90PU at CES 2015

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.

Konka 65-inch 65X90PU demonstrated at CES 2015

I would like to thank my friend Sri Peruvemba from Marketer International for those photos!



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Any idea where the "guts" of these TVs are?  Are they integrated into the TV or is a seperate box?  Seems like you lose some of the appeal of a super thin panel, if the componentry is still thick.  At least in the US, most if not all people who would buy a TV like this have a cable or satellite box anyway, so seperating the components into a seperate box would not be disadvantage.

and i would like to thank you

and i would like to thank you, and ask : any new 65" fhd oled tv ?

fhd? u for real ?

fhd? u for real ?

unless it costs 100$, should not be considered

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