The Theta ZA is a 360-degree camera that takes spherical images at resolution of 23 MP. The camera sports high end optics, a 1" back-illuminated CMOS sensor and can shoot 4K 360-degree videos at 30fps. The front of the camera uses a 0.93" monochrome white PMOLED display.
This page lists all digital cameras with OLED displays. OLED are used as screens mostly in compact cameras, but the technology is also starting to appear in DSLRs and high-end models.
Panasonic's Lumix FZ1000 II is a compact (point-and-shoot) camera that sports 16X zoom (25-400 mm) Leica DC Lens and a 1" 20.1MP sensor. The camera sports a 3" LCD display and a high-speed XGA OLED view finder.
The FZ1000 II supports 4K video (at 30 fps), continuous shooting performance of about 12 frames per second and features both Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. The FZ1000 II was not officially launched, but Amazon already lists it for $897, saying it will ship on March 31 (it is available for pre-order now).
Panasonic's Lumix S1 and S1R are full-frame mirrorless cameras. The S1 features a 24.2 MP sensor while the S1R has a 47.3 MP sensor with no low-pass filter. The weatherproof cameras sport a 3.2" rear LCD display - and a brand new EVF that is based on Sony's new 0.5" ECX339A 1600x1200 120Hz OLED microdisplay .
The Panasonic S1 costs $2,499 (body only) while the S1R costs $3,699. The cameras will ship in April 2019, but can be pre-ordered already at Amazon.com (note: affiliate links).
Fujifilm's X-T3 is a high-performance mirrorless camera, that features a back-illuminated 26.1MP sensor and Fujifilm's new X-Processor 4 image processor. The EVF uses a 0.5" OLED microdisplay - with 3.69 million sub-pixels (a bit strange as we are not aware of any such OLED microdisplay on the market...).
The X-T3 is now shipping for $1,300, body only (note: affiliated link to Amazon.com).