Scattered around the show floor here at the IFA electronics show in Berlin is the future of TV – 84-to-145-inch super high-definition sets that make that 42-incher in your living room seem like a peep hole. Of course, the tiny pictures that follow can't do these big and beautiful behemoths justice.
Both LG and Samsung have been claiming theirs is the world's biggest (55-inch), thinnest (4mm) and first OLED HDTV since both made a splash with their sets back at CES in January. But unlike its OLED competitor, LG has announced its OLED will go on sale for $10,000 later this year – in Korea. It'll get to the U.S. – eventually.