Samsung 55-inch OLED TV to be called ES9500; sports new, slimmer design; is upgradeable with Smart Evolution Kit

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There’s a major revolution happening in the TV world. Okay, there are several: Quad HD, 4K, 8K, various implementations of glasses-free 3D, new and exciting forms of content delivery, and more. But the one we’re most excited about is OLED (organic light emitting diode).

OLED is as close as it gets to the perfect screen tech. It sports nearly infinite contrast, perfect viewing angles, incredibly punchy colours, lightning fast response times (gamers rejoice), uses only a tiny amount of power while doing all this, and allows massive televisions to be thinner and lighter than a 24in desktop monitor.

Though Sony and Panasonic will be getting in on the OLED game next year, currently the big players are LG and Samsung.

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