The best of Best Buy electronics is about to hit shelves.
The company announced on Thursday that it is bringing the most affordable of the high-end, 4K-capable OLED screens to the masses for just $5.300.
The OLED screen is designed to give you “better colors and more realistic looking text and graphics” in a price point of under $300.
It’s also not as big as the OLED models from LG and Samsung, but it’s still quite a bit smaller than the $10,000 LG Ultra HD display from Samsung.
The new OLED screen will be available at Best Buy stores and online starting January 17.
Best Buy said it will also make available “new and exclusive OLED models” and offer a “full assortment” of new and premium materials, which includes titanium, aluminum, magnesium, silicon, glass, ceramic, and stainless steel.
The new models will be offered in “a variety of colors and a variety of sizes” to ensure that “the product is as comfortable and comfortable as possible.”
The screen will have a “lens shape,” which is a thin, flexible, curved edge on the sides of the screen that “allows the user to see more clearly.”
It will have “a touch screen that enables quick, one-touch access to settings and information,” Best Buy says.
“It also allows for the use of the built-in Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to use voice commands to access information.”
The new screen has a pixel density of 400ppi.
That’s significantly smaller than Samsung’s 4K Ultra HD OLED panel.
The Ultra HD screen has the same pixel density as a 2K Ultra LCD panel, but Samsung is claiming that its panels are much better in terms of viewing angles, contrast, color accuracy, and overall performance.
The Samsung Ultra HD panel is still a bit of a bargain at $1,199, but the new Best Buy OLED is cheaper at $2,299.
If you’re looking to upgrade from your existing Samsung Ultra LCD screen, the new OLED model is still cheaper than the Galaxy Note 8.
But if you’re thinking about buying the OLED, Best Buy is also offering a new model at a lower price.
The LG OLED has a lower pixel density, but its panel is more reflective than the new LG OLED.