YUKI93, 08 Nov 20191366x768? No thanks, I'll go for the 4S. 43" is already big enough.HDR stands for high dynamic range not for hd ready resolution. :-)
1366x768? No thanks, I'll go for the 4S. 43" is already big enough.
I'm not fan of android TV, but since I have 2 year old Samsung's "flagship " TV at the time, which now can't install Apps TV+, because Sammy decided not to support it....I hate all "smart" TVs.
And there are other problems such is, that TV can't send Dolby atmos sound back to receiver, even if app support 7.1 sound.....so, DON'T throw away your money on flagship TVs.
Best thing to do is, buy the cheapest one that you find with good picture,, forget that it has some "smart " futures (since it is impossible to buy one that is not smart, nowadays) and just connect some streaming box on it...box that you can change every year or 2, to have best there is.
Much cheaper solution, than to buy whole TV every other year...and it is actually better, not just cheaper.
This one doesn't have qled right? If so, bye Xiaomi. We don't want to get treated as secondhand citizens. TCL all the way.
[deleted post]Because 99% of media isn't in that format. No company is going to make a TV with that niche of a market.
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2019Who no body built the 21:9 smart TV? Sony should make one. With the expertise they have its gonna be amazing.
32´´ basic model should get, recieve and have full HD resolution, not HD OMG! 21 century its 2019 year!!! Gosh!! HD TV almost not exist anymore...
Anonymous, 06 Nov 2019yea and in India and China they have launched Mi TV 5 for 540$+, which is superior in every as... moreI guess you really don't know why stuff in Europe is more expensive than other places... It's because of the tax and fees..