Article last updated on: Jan 17, 2019

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

Philips OLED804 / OLED854 TVs

Philip's OLED804 and OLED854 TVs are the top of the company's 2019 TV lineup, announced in January 2019. Both TVs feature 55" and 65" 4K WRGB OLED panels (made by LG Display), Philips' 3-gen P5 Perfect Picture Engine, Ambilight on three sides, HLG and HDR10+ and Dolby Vision.

Philips OLED TV 804 and  854 announcement (2019, TechRadar)

The Philips 804 OLED TV and the 854 OLED TVs are both based on Android OS (v9) with a built-in Google Assistant (the TVs are also certified as "Works with Alexa" so can be controlled via an Amazon Echo speaker). Philips says that the new display engine (3-gen P5 processor) improves noise reduction and contrast. The OLED panels themselves have a maximum brightness of 1000 nits. The 2.1 50-watt sound system supports Dolby Atoms.

LG OLED C9

The OLEDC9 is LG's basic models in its 2019 OLED TV lineup. The C9 (which will be available in 55", 65" and 77" sizes) is based on LG's 2nd-gen Alpha 9 intelligent processor the enables LG's ThinQ AI to offer new display algorithms and Amazon's Alexa and Google's Assistant.

LG OLED C9 photo

The OLEDC9 features HDMI 2.1 which enables high frame rate (HFR) support, enhanced audio return channel (eARC), variable refresh rate (VRR) and automatic low latency mode (ALLM). LG's flagship OLED also feature Dolby Atmos for immersive entertainment.

LG OLED E9

LG's OLED E9 is LG's mid-range OLED TV series in 2019, which will offer 55" and 65" 4K OLED TV panels in a picture-on-glass design. The E9 is based on LG's 2nd-gen Alpha 9 intelligent processor the enables LG's ThinQ AI to offer new display algorithms and Amazon's Alexa and Google's Assistant.

LG OLEDE9 photo

The OLEDE9 features HDMI 2.1 which enables high frame rate (HFR) support, enhanced audio return channel (eARC), variable refresh rate (VRR) and automatic low latency mode (ALLM). LG's flagship OLED also feature Dolby Atmos for immersive entertainment.

Sony AF9

Sony's AF9 is the company's flagship television, a consumer reference-quality OLED TV. The 55" and 65" 4K WRGB TVs include Sony's latest technologies, including Sony's X1 Ultimate Picture Processor, Pixel Contrast Booster, and an automated calibration mode. The TV includes a dedicated Netflix Calibrated Mode.

Sony AF9 photo

The Android-based TVs also includes Sony's Acoustic Surface Audio+ (similar to Sony's 2017 A1E) - which means that the TV stand doubles as a high end speaker.

Sony AF8

Sony's 2018 OLED TV, the AF8 is a premium TV series (55-inch / 65-inch) that feature Sony's X1 Extreme picture processor (used in the 2017 A1E), Sony's Acoustic Surface tech (which was also used in the A1E, but the AF8 uses a new stand design), HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision. The AF8 will support Google and Amazon voice recognition technologies.

Sony AF8 photo

Sony started shipping the AF8 TVs in April 2018. The 55" model costs $2,800 while the 65" one costs $3,800.

LG OLEDC8

The OLEDC8 is one of LG's basic models in its 2018 4K OLED TV lineup. The C8 series (available in 55", 65" and 77") supports 4K HDR, HFR, Dolby Atmos, webOS with Google assistant and will run on LG's latest a9 "intelligent processor" that promises better color and fast smart TV (webOS) operations.

LG 65OLEDC8 photo

The OLEDC8 costs $8,999 for the 77" model, $3,199 for the 65" model and $2,299 for the 55" model. The TVs started shipping globally in March/April 2018 (note: affiliate link to Amazon).

LG OLEDE8

LG's OLEDE8 is a series (55" / 65") of high-end picture-on-glass 4K OLED TVs. The TVs are powered by LG's new a9 "intelligent processor" that promises better color and fast smart TV (webOS) operations. The TV will support Google's Assistant for natural language control, Dolby Atmos, HDR and 4K HFR.

LG OLED65E8 photo

The OLEDE8 costs $3,200 for the 65" model and $2,000 for the 55" model (note - affiliate links to Amazon). The TVs are now shipping.

LG OLEDB8

LG's OLED B8 is the company's basic OLED TV series for 2018. The 4K TVs (which comes in either 55" or 65") support Google's Assistant for natural language control, Dolby Atmos, HDR and 4K HFR. The TV is based on a "slightly scaled down" version of its new a9 intelligent processor.

LG 65OLEDB8 photo

The OLEDB8 costs $2,099 for the 55" model and $2,999 for the 65" model (note: affiliate link to Amazon).

Panasonic GZ2000

Panasonic's GZ2000 is the company's flagship TV for 2019, with what the company says is extremely high image quality and color accuracy. The GZ2000 will be available in 55" and 65" and will feature HDR10+ and Dolby Vision support, a powerful new display processor, HLG support, Dolby Atmos audio, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

Panasonic GZ2000 photo

Panasonic did not yet disclose the price or shipping date of the GZ2000.

Sony A8G

Sony' A8G is the company's mid-range 2019 OLED TV that is based on LGD's 55- or 65-inch 4K HDR WRGB panels. The A8G features Sony's X1 Extreme processor, Android TV, Sony's Acoustic Surface Audio (the entire screen is the speaker), 4K upscaling (X-Reality PRO) and Motionflow XR for smooth fast action.

Sony A8G photoSony did not yet detail the price or availability of its A8G OLED TV.