Originally Posted by imagic
If you get a chance to post your impressions, please do.
Just got back to the office after stopping by the Richfield BB. I'm in the market for a new TV myself so I didn't mind stopping and browsing but I mainly wanted to see the OLED in person.
They had it set up in the Magnolia area near a wall of BB's high end LED/Plasmas. It took me a minute to find it as it really wasn't set out in any special display, like they have the 4K TV's. The first thing I noticed of this TV is that the curved glass is pretty slight and in no way could I tell the glass was curved by looking at it straight on. To be honest, the only way I could tell it had a curved shape is by standing directly next to it. I didn't test the viewing angles too much but I did notice that the picture seemed extremely vivid from both sides and the curved screen didn't seem to throw off how the picture looked at different viewing angles. I did not see any signs of pin-cushioning.
The picture quality is quite beautiful even sitting next to BB's "high end" displays. There was an HD movie playing and the blacks on screen literally blended in with the top/bottom letterboxes. Colors were extremely vivid and even though what I was watching had no fast action sequences, the picture seemed to have zero blur/judder during movement. I'm by no means an expert compared to some of the members here but the best way I could explain it is the clarity/movement/overall PQ of a plasma but the brightness/vividness of a new LED.
Didn't take any pictures as I didn't have my iphone on me plus i'm not sure if it would do any justice to this set. The Magnolia employees seemed to be geeking out a little bit as they were watching the TV right next to me or tinkering around with the menus. Overall I was really impressed and I can't wait until the price drops down to something a little more reasonable.