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The first OLED Roku TV is here after a long, long wait

A marketing image of Sharp’s Aquos OLED TV.
Image: Sharp

Today, Sharp is announcing the first Roku TV that features an OLED display. Until this point, the program — launched back in 2014 — has exclusively produced sets with LCD panels from a slew of different TV manufacturers. But with its new Aquos OLEDs, Sharp is finally bucking that trend.

Available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes, these TVs support Dolby Vision IQ, HDR10, and feature four HDMI ports that all support variable refresh rate (VRR) for smooth 4K 120Hz gameplay. The Aquos OLED sets also include a 30-watt speaker system and full Dolby Atmos compatibility.

Image: Sharp

It’s an OLED, so you can bet this is one thin TV.

But as always with Roku TVs, the biggest hook is the easy-to-use software. You’re…

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