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Old 07-02-2018, 02:02 PM   #1
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8K OLED Two Years Behind 8K LCD, Claims Analyst

As I reported earlier this week, Samsung has revealed that it’s going to launch its first 8K TVs on the global market as soon as September this year. According to analyst Bob O’Brien of Display Supply Chain, though, we’re likely going to have to wait much longer than that for 8K OLED TVs to arrive in any significant numbers.

During a presentation provided to the Quantum Dot And Advanced Display Technologies Summit in Los Angeles this week, O’Brien stated that OLED manufacturing capacity for big screens - 65 and 75 inches - is lagging substantially behind the LCD manufacturing capacity for such large screens. And since the introduction of 8K is going to be focused around these larger screen sizes, LCD thus has a substantial head start in bringing 8K TVs - especially remotely affordable 8K TVs - to market.

In fact, during the presentation of O’Brien’s analysis, it was suggested that OLED is as much as two years behind LCD in producing real-world 8K TVs. And that even when the first 8K OLED TVs appear, 8K OLED production capacity will be far behind that of 8K LCD.

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8K OLED Two Years Behind 8K LCD, Claims Analyst

As I reported earlier this week, Samsung has revealed that it’s going to launch its first 8K TVs on the global market as soon as September this year. According to analyst Bob O’Brien of Display Supply Chain, though, we’re likely going to have to wait much longer than that for 8K OLED TVs to arrive in any significant numbers.

During a presentation provided to the Quantum Dot And Advanced Display Technologies Summit in Los Angeles this week, O’Brien stated that OLED manufacturing capacity for big screens - 65 and 75 inches - is lagging substantially behind the LCD manufacturing capacity for such large screens. And since the introduction of 8K is going to be focused around these larger screen sizes, LCD thus has a substantial head start in bringing 8K TVs - especially remotely affordable 8K TVs - to market.

In fact, during the presentation of O’Brien’s analysis, it was suggested that OLED is as much as two years behind LCD in producing real-world 8K TVs. And that even when the first 8K OLED TVs appear, 8K OLED production capacity will be far behind that of 8K LCD.

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I have some thing too bring up about LG,4k&ATSC and for year's know
Lg is ATSC certified with the Fcc, and I thought that lg won t offer,4K&03,for a few years,IT'S funney how they are all BS,the consumer,that the old LG doesn't have the technology of 4k,and so On
For a few years?but I tack a look AT,LG,tv's in wal Mart in ct,state
And it has a Gold sticker that ses 4K and the fcc say that you don't have to buy new tv's ?
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For true 4K quality, you need a 4K player and 4K bluray Disc otherwise you are getting a 'step-up' in image processing giving you enhanced picture Not UHD.
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Ok thanks for sharing that information not in too BLUray should I be?
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I have some thing too bring up about LG,4k&ATSC and for year's know
Lg is ATSC certified with the Fcc, and I thought that lg won t offer,4K&03,for a few years,IT'S funney how they are all BS,the consumer,that the old LG doesn't have the technology of 4k,and so On
For a few years?but I tack a look AT,LG,tv's in wal Mart in ct,state
And it has a Gold sticker that ses 4K and the fcc say that you don't have to buy new tv's ?
ATSC 3.0 is coming to the USA soon. ALL current TVs and previous TVs do not have an ATSC 3.0 tuner. You will need an external 3.0 tuner which will be sold once ATSC 3.0 is implemented. At some point all new TVs will come with an ATSC 3.0 tuner.

ATSC 3.0 will NOT be a mandatory television system. Each broadcaster (be they local, regional or national) will have the option to implement it. And if they do they must continue broadcasting in ATSC 1.0 which is our current system.
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Ok thanks for sharing that information not in too BLUray should I be?
Only if you're interested in the highest quality picture.
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