Has to come from Japan, of course. The thing is will be released in December and is the world’s thinnest LED television, made by Sony.
It’s 0.12 inches / 3 millimeters thick and overall smaller than most mobile phones.
In the case of TVs, OLEDs are self-luminescent and do not require a backlight. As a result, a screen sandwiching a very thin layer of organic material between two plates uses less power and offers brighter images and wider viewing angles than liquid crystal display panels.