Bang & Olufsen comes with the Beovision Contour, an OLED television with a screen diagonal of 48 “. Like more OLED TVs from the manufacturer, this television contains a built-in soundbar. The HDMI 2.1 standard is supported and the TV will cost at least 5599 euros.
The Beovision Contour seems to be based on the LG CX, an OLED TV that the South Korean manufacturer released this year. Just like this television from LG, the Beovision Contour has the A9 gen 3 processor, HDMI 2.1 and Dolby Vision IQ are supported and the operating system is version 5.0 of webOS. The new television has a total of four HDMI 2.1 connections.
The 48 “TV has an integrated soundbar with two stereo channels, a center channel and support for Dolby Atmos, although it lacks upward-facing speakers. AirPlay 2, Chromecast, Beolink and bluetooth are also supported.
Bang & Olufsen’s 48 “OLED TV is placed on a base of which the frame is available in three different color tones: silver and aluminum, gold and aluminum, and black and aluminum. Several covers for the speakers are also available. The base can be rotated 180 degrees to each side, but it can also be removed for placement against the wall.The television costs a minimum of 5,599 euros and will go on sale from February.