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

HiSense Series X OLED TV

HiSense' first OLED TV range, the Series X, features a 4K 55"/65" WRGB OLED panel, HDR, 200 Smooth Motion Rate, Dolby Audio and dbx–tv sound and HiSense's VIDAA U 2.5 Smart TV platform.

HiSense 55PX OLED TV photo

The Series X OLED TVs are now shipping in Australia. The 55" 55PX costs $3,499 AUD (about $2,500 USD) and the 65" 65PX costs $4,999 AUD (about $3,600 USD).

LG OLEDG8

LG's OLED G8 is the company's high-end 2018 OLED TV - this 65" 4K TV has a unique on-glass design that extends the glass to the soundbar. The OLEDG8 is powered by LG's new a9 "intelligent processor" that promises better color and fast smart TV (webOS) operations. The TV supports Google's Assistant for natural language control, Dolby Atmos, HDR and 4K HFR.

LG OLEDG8 photo

The 65" OLEDG8 is now shipping in Europe for €4,999, and £4,999 in the UK (note: affiliate link to Amazon). The TV will cost $5,499 when it ships in the US.

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.

Toshiba X98

Toshiba's X98 is the company's flagship TV for 2018. The X98 uses 55" and 65" WRGB 4K OLED panels that support HDR, Dolby Vision HDR, HDR10 and HLG.

Toshiba X98 photo

The X98 OLED TVs are now shipping in Japan and in Europe. The 55" costs £1,888 in The UK, while the 65" costs £2,398 (these are affiliate links to Amazon.co.uk).

Loewe Bild X

Loewe's Bild X is a modular high-end OLED TV that uses a WRGB OLED Panel suspended in a stainless steel frame using magnets. The TV can be hung on the wall or it can be placed on the floor (and then it needs a support which can be a black marble disk or a cross-shaped steel one).

Loewe Bild X photo

The Bild X is in final development, and may be released by the end of 2018, Loewe is not ready to commit yet.

Philips OLED 803

Philips (TPVision) OLED 803 is the company's entry-level OLED TV for 2018. The 803 features a 55" or 65" 4K WRGB OLED TV panel, Philips' P5 "Perfect-Picture" processor, 3-sided Ambilight, HDR10, HLG and HDR10+ (will arrive in Q2 2018), Quad-core Android TV platform with Google Assistant and 16GB of memory.

Philips OLED 803 photo

The Philips OLED 803 will launch in Europe in the summer of 2018.

Philips OLED 873

Philips (TPVision) OLED 873 features a 65" 4K WRGB OLED TV panel, Philips' P5 "Perfect-Picture" processor, 3-sided Ambilight, HDR10, HLG and HDR10+ (will arrive in Q2 2018), Quad-core Android TV platform with Google Assistant and 16GB of memory.

Philips OLED 873 photo

The Philips OLED 873 is now shipping in the UK for £2,700. (note: affiliated link to Amazon).

Philips OLED 973

Philips (TPVision) OLED 973 is the company's flagship TV for 2018. This 65" 4K WRGB OLED TV features Philips' P5 "Perfect-Picture" processor, 3-sided Ambilight, HDR10, HLG and HDR10+ (will arrive in Q2 2018), Quad-core Android TV platform with Google Assistant and 16GB of memory and a 60W soundbar.

Philips OLED 973 photo

The Philips OLED 973 will launch in Europe in Q1 2018.

Changhong Q5A

Changhong's Q5A is a 65" 4K OLED TV that runs on Changhong's Android TV platform. The Q5A supports UMAX, Dolby surround sound and DTS, and includes two 9W speakers. The TV uses Changhong's latest AI voice control.

Changhong Q5A photo

The 65Q5A is now shipping in China for ¥27,000 (around $4,200).

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.