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Samsung Drops $150k Ultra-HD TV On South Korean Market

Samsung Drops $150k Ultra-HD TV On South Korean Market

How much would you spend on an ultra-HD TV? If you answered $150k, you may want to check out the 110-inch television Samsung is selling for that exact price in South Korea. According to CBS, the TV has four times the resolution of the standard high-def model set up in your living room right now and marks a big move forward for the popular tech brand.

You probably remember the OLED craze, which Samsung and LG were big supporters of. Apparently, the super thin screens proved a bit too costly and didn't quite break into the mainstream market. Last week Sony and Panasonic even chose to end their business with OLED completely. Samsung is hoping this new offering will meet the demand for ultra high definition TVs and will be making it available in China, the Middle East and Europe. Though North America hasn't been added to the list yet, I'm guessing that if you have the means to snatch a $150k TV, you have the means to hop on a plane to get it.

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  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


  • LG is now accepting pre-orders for its first 8K OLED TV, but only in South Korea
  • The $42,000 TV sports a whopping 88-inch screen with 8K Ultra HD resolution
  • While 8K resolution marks a major technological advancement, many are holding off on buying an 8K TV, as there isn't much 8K content available just yet

Published: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019 | Updated: 18:48 BST, 4 June 2019

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV, but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one.

The tech giant said Monday that it's now accepting pre-orders for the OLED88Z9P in South Korea, while orders are expected to open in North America and Europe later this year.

The TV is expected to retail for 50 million won, or approximately $42,000. Anyone who pre-orders the OLED88Z9P in June will be eligible for the discounted price of 40 million won, or roughly $34,000.

LG has started selling the world's first 8K OLED TV (pictured), but consumers should be prepared to shell out some serious cash if they want to get their hands on one

LG first debuted the 8K TV earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, where it was met with great fanfare.

At CES 2019, 8K TVs were arguably one of the biggest trends being showcased by gadgetmakers, with LG, Samsung and Sony all jumping into the fray.

LG's OLED88Z9P is now the largest and highest-resolution OLED TV on the market, according to CNET.

The screen is a whopping 88 inches with 8K Ultra HD resolution, or four times the pixels of a 4K TV.

LG also said it's the largest OLED TV it has ever shipped.


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