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LG ready to showcase world’s largest 97-inch OLED TV in IFA 2022 Berlin

The LG 97-inch OLED TV will be available in the market in the fourth quarter, the peak season for consumer electronics and home appliances amid holiday shopping.

The LG 97-inch OLED TV will be available in the market in the fourth quarter, the peak season for consumer electronics and home appliances amid holiday shopping.

Korean technology major Electronics is set to unveil the world’s largest organic light-emitting diode (OLED) TV during the upcoming electronics show in Berlin. The company is looking to expand its portfolio of large OLED TVs and solidify its leadership in the premium TV segment.

According to LG, it will unveil a 97-inch , or the OLED evo Gallery Edition, among others, at the , set to open on Friday in Germany. The South Korean tech major said the model will be available in the market in the fourth quarter, the peak season for consumer electronics and home appliances amid holiday shopping.

With the arrival of its biggest-ever screen size, LG’s OLED TV lineup for this year offers 42, 48, 55, 65, 77, 83, 88 and 97-inch options, reports Yonhap news agency.

OLED TVs’ self-lit pixels can be turned on and off individually, leading to innovative form factors, such as flexible and rollable TVs, LG said.

The global electronics trade show will come at a time when global tech companies have been struggling to combat lacklustre consumer demand after two years of a pandemic-fuelled surge in demand for personal devices and home appliances. The Ukraine-Russia war, runaway inflation and expensive borrowing costs all added to the woes.

TV manufacturers have been doubling down on their push in the high-end, more profitable segment, where demand slowed down less markedly than in the budget category.

In the premium TV segment, in which TVs are priced at $2,500 or more, Samsung Electronics Company. took up a 53.6 per cent market share, followed by LG at 21.5 percent and Sony at 17.2 per cent, according to industry tracker .

In the OLED TV segment, LG kept its solid No. 1 spot by selling 1.69 million units in the first half, about 62 percent of all global OLED shipments.

Omdia predicted OLED TVs will account for 55 percent of the European premium TV market this year. The figure is expected to rise to 66 percent by next year, it added.

 

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