LG 55EM9600 55-inch OLED TV hands-on

When it  tuns to TVs selection this year, there’ is only two models that float to the top of the queue: the competitive 55-inch OLED models from both Samsung and LG. We’ve spent some time in writing article on the LG’s OLED TV and now we shall be covering the both today to check out their version. Similarly to Samsung, the LG’s 55EM9600 model was released to reach out to the general public, and we took a good look on the new configuration of this gadget and wants to share them with you to help you in understanding some of the benefits of each.

 

This television is amazing because it comes with an amazing color reproduction feature with perfect black of organic light emitting diode – the size which is more likely to be found in most living rooms. All the motion on the TV’s screen are impressively fluids and thanks to the OLED‘s pixel pixel specific activation.

In physical appearance, this new Television is beautiful and cool to the eyes. It is slimmer with its 4mm thickness size

Physically, the television is absolutely beautiful. At less then 4 millimeters thick, with an invisible bezel.

According to SlashGear writer, he said

“this is the kind of fantasy technology that you see floating around science fiction movies. At just 16 pounds, it’s also incredibly portable and small. On a physical scale, LG wins this fight hands-down.”

Which wins among the two? Like I said earlier on, I love the LG’s OLED TV specs because I’ve had an idea of it earlier before but the Samsung’s 55-inch Super OLED is another contenderwhich can’t just drop from the race unless we’re to deceive ourselves – all because it is stunning!

On choosing the real winner, Michael Crider said that:

“Either is better than anything currently on the market, but Samsung’s is the clear winner on picture quality – and that’s what counts in the TV world. The LG may still win on availability, though: while neither company gave any price expectations, LG expects to ship the 55EM9600 in the third quarter, while Samsung is still mute on a release expectation.”

What’s your take on this two nice and new gadgets? Please add your comment below so that we can learn.

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