OLED on the other hand doesn’t rely on a separate backlight, but rather those millions of pixels emit their own light. Thus in theory this should save you quite a hefty sum of money on your electricity bills.
OLED TVs are known to have a lifespan of around 100,000 hours, which is equivalent to over a decade of use (with an average of 8-10 hours of watching hours daily). Transparent OLED TV is one type of OLED TV. Its lifespan is the same as other OLED displays. The same with transparent OLED monitors.
The lifespan of OLED TVs is a common concern among consumers, but the technology has proven to be reliable and durable. However, the lifespan can vary depending on usage, screen size, and other factors. OLED displays are more prone to permanent image retention and burn-in than traditional LED displays, but this can be prevented by reducing screen brightness and avoiding displaying static images for long periods of time.
With proper care and usage, an OLED TV can last for many years and provide exceptional viewing experiences.