Old, busted and tiny: Sony's 11-inch OLED display. New hotness: Samsung's 40-inch OLED display, the largest in the world. Previous reports held they were showing this monstrosity off at CES, but the latest has Samsung saying they might hose us with a punier 31-inch model because "the bigger and pricey one could face difficulty in attracting more major clients." That makes no sense to us, especially since we know a 40-incher's behind the curtain. Bigger, flashier and pricier is better, especially when it comes to CES. [OLED Display.net via Pocket Lint via Electronista]
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NO offense, Matt... But the title is pretty bad. "May or May Not" on an article is rather vague...lol. Microsoft may or may not cure cancer... The RIAA may or may not go to hell... (well, ignore that last one since we all know they will) =-P
Perhaps use something like "Samsung Considering Not Showing Off Top-Billed 40" OLED Display at CES"