Lost two expensive Samsung OLED TVs at IFA 2012 trip
Samsung left an official record in the Berlin police regarding the loss of two OLED TVs, which disappeared on the journey of the Korean company to the IFA to be held in Germany. TVs may not even have come to the country, the company is not sure.
Samsung would not comment on whether the disappearance could be related to industrial espionage, or any loss that the company could face this loss of their technology. Some have speculated that it was a steal for this advanced technology for televisions, which could mean thousands of dollars in losses for the company.
OLED are believed to be the replacement of the most current LCDs. At this time, Samsung smartphones used in OLEDs because display is lighter, thinner and stronger than the alternatives. However, using this technology is very expensive televisions, making computers affordable not have to sell to consumers.
TVs disappeared between 21 and 28 August.
Link: Samsung Could Lose Billions after hi-tech TVs go missing (Telegraph)Tags: espionage, IFA, IFA 2012, LCD, OLED, Samsung, theft, TV