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LG to demo 'world's biggest' OLED TV this week

15in model beats Sony's pioneering XEL-1 - just

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LG is set to display the world’s largest OLED TV at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin later this week.

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LG's 15in OLED will be demoed at IFA this week

But don’t get your hopes up for an OLED telly that’s able to replace the 32in LCD in your living room, because LG’s set is only 4in bigger than the world’s first OLED TV, Sony’s 11in XEL-1.

LG hopes to sell the TV – which doesn’t yet have an official name – outside of its native South Korea next year and to follow the 15in screen’s commercial availability with a 40in model in the “not too distant future”.

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Register Hardware will be at this year’s IFA to take a look at LG’s 15in OLED TV in action. ®

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