I think this is another technology I will be waiting on.
From Reuters --
Samsung Electronics Co Ltd launched its first OLED TV on Thursday, taking the ultra-thin technology into a nascent market despite tenacious production challenges that keep costs high while prevailing LCD screens only get better and cheaper.
The world's biggest TV manufacturer has staked its display future on OLED - organic light emitting diode - technology and its success with smaller screens has bolstered its smartphone market share and earnings. But big screens are likely to take a much slower road to profits.
OLED technology is widely believed to offer the potential for better picture quality than standard liquid crystal display screens, with crisper picture resolution, faster response times and high-contrast images. It also allows for curved televisions, which manufacturers say offer a more immersive experience.
Samsung's $13,000 price tag on its curved 55-inch OLED television is the same as similar offerings from LG Electronics Inc (066570.KS), some five times more than popular LCD equivalents.
It's interesting how the manufactures say that a curved screen will provide a more immersive experience. Maybe if you have a 10' OLED HDTV? Also wondering how/why it is "widely" believed that OLED will have a better picture quality. I guess the jury will be out.