Sony and Panasonic recently cancelled their OLED TV joint-development project, so we weren't expecting any OLED TVs from Panasonic at CES (even though they did say they will continue to develop OLED technology alone). So it's a nice surprise to see Panasonic show six 55" curved OLED TV prototypes at CES. Interesting, three of those panels are convex and they all combine to create a long and cool S-shape display:

Panasonic curved 4K OLED prototypes at CES 2014

These are just prototype of course, but apparently the TVs are spectacular. Panasonic's earlier flat 56" 4K Prototypes (unveiled at CES 2013) used AUO produced Oxide-TFT backplanes and Sumitomo's P-OLED materials (deposited in a printing process) and a direct-emission architecture. It's highly likely that these new prototypes are made using the same materials and printing process.

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PLED tv turn a reality

Panasonic groundbreaking technolgy based on Inkjet printing method, really shift the yield of TV of today to an outstanding picture quality level even seen before, this is the fruit of amazing marriage of long efforts of R&D between CDT, Sumitomo and Panasonic.