Article last updated on: Nov 08, 2020

In recent years OLED technology has emerged as the leading TV display technology, with the world's top TV makers adopting OLED panels in premium TVs.

Panasonic GZ2000 OLED TV photo

In 2019, LG Display expects to produce 4 million OLED TV panels. LGD is quickly increasing its production volume as demand for OLED TV panels is soaring. TV makers including LG Electronics, Sony, Panasonic, Philips and HiSense already adopted OLEDs in their premium TVs, and as production costs decrease and production volume increases OLED TVs will penetrate other segments of the TV market. Click here for more information on the OLED TV market and our OLED TV news coverage.

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Following is a comprehensive list of OLED TVs:


The C1 is LG Electronics' main OLED TV range for 2021, replacing the popular 2020 CX range. LG's C1 120Hz 4K TVs come in 48-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 77-inch and also 83-inch sizes.

LG C1 OLED TV photo

The 2021 C1 OLED TV range features LG's 4th generation a9 AI processor, the company's latest webOS v6 and supports HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos. For gamers, the TVs offer HDMI 2.1, G-SYNC, FreSync, VRR and ALLM.

Sony Bravia XR A80J

Sony's A80J Android OLED TVs will come in 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch sizes. The TV uses Sony's latest Cognitive Processor XR that provides the company's latest AI processor for an upgraded audio and visual experience. Other features includes HDMI 2.1, 4K 120Hz support, eARC, VRR and ALLM, Netflix Calibrated mode, HLG, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos and IMAX Enhanced support.

Sony Bravia XR A80J photo

The A80J uses Sony's built-in sound system (Acoustics Surface Audio+) that uses the OLED panel itself as a speaker.

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Hisense A9G

The Hisense 2021 A9G OLED TVs are available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes (4K WOLED panels). The TV features 4 HDMI 2.1 interfaces, VRR and ALLM for gaming, and HDR10+, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

Hisense A9G photo

The A95 will ship later in 2021 in China, Europe and Australia.


Konka's APHAEA V5 OLED TV uses LG Display's 55" / 65" 4K WOLED panels. The TVs feature the company's latest Yiyou AI-powered Smart TV platform, HDR, black-label JBL Pro speakers and a new composite-material based structure.

Konka APHAEA V5 photo

The V5 OLED TVs will ship soon in China. The 55-inch model is priced at 9,999 Yuan (around $1,500 USD) and the 65-inch model is priced at 15,999 Yuan (around $2,500). During the pre-order period the company offers a 4,000 Yuan discount.

Skyworth W92

The Skyworth W92 is a 88-inch 8K (7680x4320) 120Hz OLED TV, that features Skyworth's AI Picture Quality Engine 8K version, two MEMC chips and Crystal Sound OLED (or, as Skyworth calls, it Audio Glass Sound).

Skyworth W92 photo

The W92 will ship in China on April 8, 2021, for 199,999 yuan (around $30,500).

Skyworth W82

The Skyworth W82 is the world's first bendable TV, that can change from a flat screen to a curved one (with a curvature radius of 1000R), which Skyworth says is suitable for gamers.

Skyworth W82 photo

The W82 sports a 65-inch 120Hz WOLED TV panel and features Dolby Vision, HDR10, Skyworth's AI Picture Quality 4K engine, VRR and 240Hz Crystal Motion OLED.

Panasonic JZ980 / JZ1000 / JZ1500

Panasonic's OLED TV range in 2021 include the JZ980, JZ1000 and JZ1500. All the TVs features 48-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch 4K WOLED panels (produced by LGD). The higher-end JZ1500 features Panasonic's Master HDR panel (except for the 48-inch model). The new TVs also feature Panasonic's HCX Pro AI processor.

Panasonic JZ980 photo

The TVs also offer HDMI 2.1, High Frame Rate (HFR), Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), and AMD FreeSync Premium. The TVs will ship by June 2021.

Philips 806/856 OLED TVs

Philips' 800-series OLED TVs for 2021, include the 806 and 856 models, which are pretty similar but with a different stand (the 856 has a metal T-bar, while the 806 has stick feet). The 120Hz 4K TVs come in a wide range of sizes, from 77" to 48-inch (on the 806 only).

Philips 856 OLED TV photo

Philips' 2021 OLED TVs support four-sided ambilight, HDMI 2.1, VRR, ALLM, HDR10+ and the TP Vision's new P5 Picture Processing chipset. The 2021 800-series TVs feature the company's anti-burn-in technology which detects network logos and automatically reduces brightness in that area.


LG's A1 is the company's entry-level OLED TV range for 2021. The A1 is offered in 48-, 55-, 65- and 77-inches and features 4K resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, LG's Alpha 7-4 processor, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision and HDMI 2.0.

LG A1 OLED photo

The entry-level OLED A1 TVs is now shipping, with prices ranging from $1,299 for the 48" model to $3,199 for the 77-inch model.


LG's B1 OLED TVs, available in 55-, 65- and 77-inches features 4K resolution, 120Hz refresh rate, LG's Alpha 7-4 processor, HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision and HDMI 2.1.

The A1 OLED TVs will ship later in 2021.

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