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LG names 15in OLED TV UK release date

*How* much?

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Sony may be stepping away from the world of OLED TVs, but that hasn't stopped LG announcing it will release a 15in model later this month.

Unsurprisingly, LG didn't mention how much the 720p panel will cost. We're still awaiting a response to our request for the price, but we're not expecting to be surprised by how low it is.

As a guide, Sony's 11in Xel-1 costs the best part of three-and-a-half grand.

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LG's EL9500: small size, big price

The TV, the EL9500, has a 1366 x 768 resolution and a ten million to one contrast ratio. LG said the 3.2mm-thick panel is equipped with 100Hz motion interpolation technology, and the telly will incorporate a Freeview tuner.

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It also has a USB port allowing JPEG, MP3 and DivX HD files to be played on the screen. ®

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