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Reading a few reports that Samsung have shelved plans for QD-OLED. Is this true?
I didn’t find any news like that, only news that it is on the way this year and Samsung made a big fuss at CES this month. Where did you find those reports?Reading a few reports that Samsung have shelved plans for QD-OLED. Is this true?
Are you sure you don't mean QLED? 🤔Reading a few reports that Samsung have shelved plans for QD-OLED. Is this true?
It’s my understanding they will just have LG OLED TVs as Samsung OLED TVs not QD-OLED TVs.Interesting.... we will have to wait and see. I wonder what Samsung will do with the two million OLED panels they have ordered? 🙂
Its a proper website HDTVTest.Anything a YouTuber says needs to be taken with a very large bucket of salt.
No Dolby Vision is a deal breaker for me......
LG's OLED TVs could be in trouble: Amazon leaks lower-than-expected prices for the Samsung QD-OLED TV lineupIt looks like the prices for the 34-inch ultra-wide QD-OLEDs was not a fluke, since even the 55-inch and 65-inch Samsung QD-OLED TVs appear to be priced lower than anticipated. According to the Amazon leak, Samsung's new TVs will be priced even lower than LG's C2 OLEDs.www.notebookcheck.net
Cheaper than expected threatening LG OLED TVs dominance.
Picture quality, dynamic metadata etc....Why?
Which TV you got Tinman?Picture quality, dynamic metadata etc....
I've bought over 200 films from Apple with Dolby Vision/Dolby Atmos so for me it's a necessary requirement.
That would make sense why you like Dolby Vision.55 inch LG B9 .... 🙂