zillion, 30 Mar 2020Is that tv still can survive when the earthquake coming? LoL..Dangerous in Japan for this big
Does it have 3D? I can pay even more for the 3D option.
If not, does anybody know huge TV (TV, not projector), over 85" with 3D?
4K, 85% NTSC color, to few zones, 98 inches. That's not impressive.
AnonD-893314, 25 Mar 2020For who is this TV suppose to be? You need to have an insane big living room to truly enjoy it... moreEven "rich" wouldn't be rich if they don't cut the edges, money is easy to spend, but hard to get and keep... So even if you have milions, its dumb move to buy a Ferrari... It's all about investment and earning from it... And then you actually can spend earned... Otherwise, people are get someone's money, and they will broke fast... This wouldn't be as important if we don't live in 2020 when money buys all...
I am looking for a TV with 32K resolution and 200-inches in size. Until then I am happy with my 32-inch 720P TV.
For who is this TV suppose to be? You need to have an insane big living room to truly enjoy it and if you have such a huge house you are not worried by the price, rich people tend to go with the best available so they will just buy a Sony, Samsung or LG
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2020Nice! But it may be too big for my living room.Don‘t worry, LG sells 75 inch TVs for €800
Price of smaller 8K tv, depends on what you want. Good to see competition anyway, hard to find cheap supersize.
Almost positive that price is wrong. 85" from LeEco still go for $4,000 USD.
Shanti Dope, 24 Mar 2020It also acts as a billboard for their ads. Lol.Or propaganda movies lol
You have to be an idiot to buy this really. Everything in it is subpar.
Anonymous, 24 Mar 2020OLED..... you say? POLED is from LG and SAMOLED from Samsung. Get your brain right. Any OLED technology is OLED. Samsung doesn't manufacture OLED tvs anymore (QLED is not an OLED technology) and I doubt many manufacturers use SAMOLED displays in their tvs, as SAMOLED displays have an integrated touch function (according to Samsung's website) and I am not aware of that many touch-enabled tvs (not monitors)
192 zone local dimming is horrible, even ~1000 zone local dimming doesn't get very far with very noticeable blooming. The way to go for HDR and large screen is most certainly OLED and MicroLED, the perceived contrast in the dark is much higher. I also hope they keep the interface of their flagship panel free of ads.