Anonymous, 09 Dec 2020until OLED can fix the burn-in issue, and peak brightness limitation, there is always a market... moreDon't be silly. It will come with a remote just no batteries.
It will also not come with a power cord because I'm sure everyone has spare/old ones laying around.
Anonymous, 08 Dec 2020They have been beat by LG in the TV department for years now. For whatever reason made QLED (b... moreuntil OLED can fix the burn-in issue, and peak brightness limitation, there is always a market for QLED.
If they are really launching QLED TVs at CES 2021, I am sure, they won't include remote control and other accessories with it for environment reason.
Will they announce their latest plastic technology to make it look like a glass to be used on the back of their S'pid phone?
They have been beat by LG in the TV department for years now. For whatever reason made QLED (basica VA panels) their go-to tech for TVs and are now looking positively ancient.
Meanwhile LG reached a point where they can do 4k @ 120 hz, with zero pixel retention (thank you oled panel) incredible viewing angles and true black. I mean they are years, possibly decades behind LG (Samsung is), don't know what they can do to catch up? MicroLED?