Sony unveils 25-inch OLED TV ahead of May launch

£18,000 OLED TV shown alongside 17-inch counterpart

Two new OLED TVs outed by Sony

Sony has unveiled two new additions to its Trimaster EL professional range of OLED TV despite having pulled sales of its consumer-grade OLED models last year.

Touting the claim of the largest OLED display currently in production, Sony’s BVM-E250 OLED TV measures in at 25-inches with a £17,800 price tag matching its world’s largest title.

Launching alongside the 25-inch model will be a smaller 17-inch OLED offering dubbed the BVM-E170 that will be available for a snip when it launches in Japan this July priced around £9,740. The BVM-E250 is scheduled for an earlier, May, release.

Offering a 1920 x 1080p resolution and 178-degree viewing angle, both pro-range units will feature the same “Super Top Emission OLED” panels that according to Sony offer almost zero motion blur and “a nonlinear cubic conversion color-management system that delivers stunning uniformity, smoother-than-ever gamma performance, and picture quality consistency.”

The newly announced additions to the profession range of Sony OLED TVs come a year after the company revealed it was to cease sales of the consumer-grade XEL-1 OLED TV in Japan.

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Via: TechRadar