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This is perhaps the best example of a transition from the "we should" to the "we can" stage. There is a lingering sense that LG made this TV because it actually could. The results are impressive. But as with most first generation products, there is still room for improvement. OLED, as a technology, has the potential to succeed the Plasma's picture quality, in tandem with the slimness of an LED TV. The curve itself doesn't really enhance your viewing experience, at least not at this screen size. But its certainly a thing with infinite show-off value. Early adopters will have to pay almost Rs 10,00,000 for this OLED TV and you better have a living room good enough for this to feel at home!
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