What OLED TV Means and How it Works

    1. OLED stands for Organic Light Emitting Diodes and is a television display technology.
    2. The OLED TV display works through organic thin films that conduct electric current to individual Light Emitting Diodes.
    3. This means that each pixel is controlled individually and emits its own light.
    4. Based on this principle, OLED TVs are the best screens for bright colors, fast motion, and intense graphics.
    5. The flexibility of an OLED TV display system gives you an accurate black color by simply turning off the light-emitting diodes.
    6. An LCD display, for instance, can not give you an accurate black color because such a display uses a backlight effect.


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