LED vs. OLEDPosted on 12:00am on Friday 3rd February 2017 by Walts
An OLED TV is a Organic Light Emitting Diode TV. It is a true LED TV. The most basic difference is that each pixel provides its own illumination, while all of the pixels in an LCD TV are illuminated by an LED backlight. Because OLED TVs don’t require back or edge lighting, they require less power and the screens are thinner. Also they produce better blacks, because there is no backlighting & the pixels can be completely turned off.