LG OLED vs Samsung QLED - TV Technology Shootout

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    The names may look almost identical, but OLED and QLED are two entirely different beasts. In our QLED vs. OLED battle, we dissect the differences between these dueling TV technologies and help determine which might be best for you.
    Samsung's QLED line of TVs is a series coined by the company that means "quantum light emitting diode". The branding is an attempt to distinguish this TV as Samsung's most premium television and has the capacity to produce an image that's brighter than an OLED TV.
    With LG's OLED TV, the image is produced by starting with perfect black. With true blacks being produced, it's hard to beat the OLED in terms of picture quality. The color is spot on straight out of the box, and its motion is smoother than the QLED.

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  • Charlie Brown
    Charlie Brown 4 days ago

    There's a reason Samsung uses OLED on their phone and not outdated LCD. QLED is just LCD lol...

  • Chozzeone060907
    Chozzeone060907 5 days ago

    Did he really insinuate that samsung's smart hub is better than LGs??? Man I know this video is old but he was dead wrong

  • Adrian Gee
    Adrian Gee 5 days ago

    You get what you pay for Samsung QLED will last you for many years
    LG has a 3 to 5 year span on their OLED.
    Samsung has made a bold step as to warranty their QLED display for lifetime.
    Now that is superior technology when you can give lifetime warranty on the display.
    So you will spend a bit more to have a TV that will outlast the competition.
    Sound like it worth every dollar to me
    If every 3 to 5 years you have to buy a new LG, then really which is costing the most ?
    At angle watching the Samsung Qled, no distorting to me , clear picture all the way

  • Jag Mag
    Jag Mag 5 days ago

    bought Samsung 55" QLED from Costco for $897.00 and free extra 2 year warranty

  • Jag Mag
    Jag Mag 5 days ago

    Costco have best prices..better than Amazon

  • JAE SKEEZIANO
    JAE SKEEZIANO 8 days ago +1

    Go 2 walmart & grab a tcl....the human eye doesn't know the difference....& how much color do you need!? HDR & 4k gets it done! Plus no burn in

    • JAE SKEEZIANO
      JAE SKEEZIANO 6 days ago

      +Alex Fry why get these tvs if they gone suffer from burn in? I can keep my tv on 24hrs every day...my shit gon last longer than these expensive shits.. Hong kong & china make the best electronics...do ya homework

    • Alex Fry
      Alex Fry 6 days ago

      Lol you know nothing about tvs

  • Dreyn 77
    Dreyn 77 10 days ago

    You get different lifestyles from the different brands, not just features. No 2 lifestyles are the same. Even if you have the same model TV, your settings are different to other people's and they always see a different show to you. There's no way to compare cause apples are apples and banana's aren't.

  • Julio Salazar
    Julio Salazar 11 days ago +4

    According to his description, OLED was superior to QLED but at the end of the video, he says QLED is a better technology than OLED almost in every aspect? like wtf? Nope sr, OLED >>>>> QLED, period.

    • blackice214
      blackice214 8 days ago

      Julio Salazar ehh not really oled is just better in the pure dark

    • O K
      O K 8 days ago

      Julio Salazar sure professor

  • Patrick Akkerman
    Patrick Akkerman 12 days ago

    I have bought a QLED (2019 model) instead of a OLED and for me it looked better design and the OneBox. I had a OLED for 2 weeks in and also the QLED to test. But they looked both verry verry verry good. I did a evening test with only my lamps next to the TV and 1 in the back on and took a picturen from the position and of the same Picture on the screen on my Ex Panasonic Plasma, my bedroom LED TV and the OLED and QLED and looked at the RGB value of the Black in Photoshop. According to Photoshop the RGB value of the Panasonic Plasma and LG OLED and Samsung QLED where almost to pure black 0 0 0 Plasma and OLED where 1 value lower then the QLED and the normal LED TV value was more then 30. Ok.. Ok.. Ok... Not the best method to test, but I don't have the fancy testing stuff.

  • Bruno Lopes
    Bruno Lopes 14 days ago

    Qled Doesnt have hdr 10+ and dolby vision 👎

    • Bruno Lopes
      Bruno Lopes 12 days ago

      Aditya King i have the first qled, ks8000, not oficial but is the first quantum dot tv from Samsung. They promised the upgrade to the HDR 10+, never got the upgrade.

    • Aditya King
      Aditya King 12 days ago

      samsung qled have HDR10+ which is as good as dolby vision

  • Mike Holly
    Mike Holly 15 days ago

    Samsung is such a shitty company God forbid you need warranty service and they will make you jump through hoops

  • Sunny Side Up
    Sunny Side Up 15 days ago +39

    I don't know why I'm watching this I can't afford any of these tvs.

  • theobald123
    theobald123 16 days ago

    Everyone saying OLED is better but Samsing QLED sell more on Amazon. Quality doesnt lie. OLED cant compete with QLED brightness

  • Milan SaJan
    Milan SaJan 17 days ago +1

    VerY HelpFüL.

  • jap monkey
    jap monkey 18 days ago

    Do you worry when you buy TV?
    Wouldn't it be easy to decide from Korea?
    LG and Samsung!
    Sonny's getting Channels from LG!
    We Koreans like criticism from any country.
    I don't like only the two countries!
    China and Japan!
    The two countries have an inferiority complex and envy of Korea.
    Sometimes as a Korean, I fake it as someone from another country and lie.
    Gentlemen? Don't believe Japan and China!Especially when it comes to Korea.

  • imtiaz khan
    imtiaz khan 18 days ago

    Watching in 144p

  • GamerRO25
    GamerRO25 19 days ago +1

    I changed this year to OLED and its so much better that LCD

    • chefgav1
      chefgav1 7 hours ago

      GamerRO25 good luck OLED well known issues with screen burn.hence why they were removed from South Korea main airport

  • Randy Bradley
    Randy Bradley 21 day ago

    Not interested in anything SAMSUNG because they don't and won't support the industry standard Dolby Vision.

  • Bryan
    Bryan 21 day ago

    Plasma better than both

  • Adil Bbai
    Adil Bbai 22 days ago

    which one is better samsung nu 8000 vs tcl c6 model available in some countries..plz help me i wana buy

  • freemancarl
    freemancarl 22 days ago +6

    *OLED is the future of CRT!*

  • Benjamin Malave
    Benjamin Malave 23 days ago

    OLED is way overpriced.

  • Roo Nava
    Roo Nava 24 days ago

    I've noticed the new cheapies have the cheap legs on the ends, and the TV's starting at around 1k have a nicer design with the center stand, I don't like that twiggy stand look, I just bought a new older model for that reason...

  • nounix 3
    nounix 3 25 days ago

    I WANT TO THROW MY qe55q7fn 2018 qled OUT THE WINDOW!!!! THIS IS SAMSUNG'S "FLAGSHIP TV"??? In darker scenes the brightness changes up and down and up and down and up and down every time ANY source of brighter light appears in the screen (SUBTITLES, VOLUME CONTROL PANEL, ANYTHING!!!!) If Samsung representatives say they "have never heard of this before" THEY ARE STRAIGHT-OUT LYING!!!! IT'S ALL OVER THE INTERNET!! E.V.E.R.Y.O.N.E. IS HAVING THE SAME PROBLEM!!! THIS IS NOT A "LITTLE DETAIL" - THIS IS DESTROYING THE WHOLE F* TV-WATCHING EXPERIENCE FOR EVERYONE!! SAMSUNG WE DEMAND THAT YOU RECALL ALL YOUR QLED TVS AND REPLACE THEM WITH ONES THAT WORK PROPERLY!!! This is disgraceful!!

    • nounix 3
      nounix 3 23 days ago

      NOPE, that's not it... ECO settings are all off and SAME PROBLEM. BTW I don't care if the q9 or q109 is the "flagship" tv - they all have the same exact technology and all have the SAME EXACT PROBLEM. When the subs or the volume/channel control text appears on the screen the brightness on WHOLE IMAGE (in a dark scene) goes UP AND DOWN AND UP AND DOWN AND UP AND DOWN. IT'S RIDICULOUS FOR A TV OF 2018 THAT COSTS OVER $ 2000 TO BE SO CRAP THAT WE HAVE TO GET THIS KIND OF PROBLEM. R.I.D.I.C.U.L.O.U.S. WE WANT A RECALL AND REPLACEMENT WITH ONE THAT WORKS WITHOUT THESE PROBLEMS, OR OUR MONEY BACK SO WE CAN BUY AN OLED. THIS IS CRAZY!!!! +Tory

    • Tory
      Tory 23 days ago

      Q9 Samsung Flagship TV, Turn off ECO Mode

  • Jeronimo6541
    Jeronimo6541 25 days ago +3

    The new LG OLED TVs got all the Smart features you mentioned, too. Automatic input recognition, etc

  • Pimp Daddy
    Pimp Daddy 26 days ago +2

    Simple if you game Qled, if you want it for movies and daily TV Oled for sure

  • Scott Stanley
    Scott Stanley 28 days ago +1

    One of the most well informed reviews I have seen on TheXvid.

  • Mir jaffer ali
    Mir jaffer ali 28 days ago

    besr tv is QLED

  • Joseph Melville
    Joseph Melville Month ago +2

    LCD anyday last longer less stress

  • Andrew Harris
    Andrew Harris Month ago +7

    You'll be pleased to know that not all of them cost an arm and a leg, some cost a heart!

  • SaithusX
    SaithusX Month ago

    Is it sad my bed room TV is 65q7 and my living room TV is a LG oled

  • esoxlee12
    esoxlee12 Month ago +16

    No, the Q is used to confuse tech challenged consumers thinking they're buying an OLED.

  • jeramy gordy
    jeramy gordy Month ago +5

    The only weakness of oled is brightness but that's actually the best feature of oled is that it doesn't blind you lol.

  • Andy Vecc
    Andy Vecc Month ago

    oled has burn in wait for micro led

  • Tank_david70
    Tank_david70 Month ago +1

    This is biased and probably sponsored in some sort. For one he compares the best Samsung TV on the market that (depending on retailer) range from 1200-2500$ compared to a normal or good quality (2K 65in that is on average 1500$) OLED tv. He also he decides to go out of the way and say that Samsung has a "killer app" and also tries to add in the connect box and that it makes it such a "clean installation"? Nobody need that information. BUT the main takeaway is that OLED did absolutely everything better except that there are burn-ins. Yet somehow Samsung wins by a "landslide"

  • CHAFIK Mohamed
    CHAFIK Mohamed Month ago +1

    What about TCL??

  • Graham Smith
    Graham Smith Month ago

    Interesting article, but no mention of the fact that only QLED supports 100% of the DCI colour chart, unlike OLED which is only about 85-90% - so how can it be the best picture quality when the colour representation isn't there? Also, OLED is not very bright so will struggle in a bright room. That coupled with the HDR, no burn, and the picture quality of the Q9 makes QLED a no brainer to me.

  • fxp
    fxp Month ago

    Great video and actually had a conclusion unlike the bullshit like Inception - draw your own conclusions garbage.
    QLED is what it mentioned so I'm just going to buy that. OLED picture quality is insane but QLED is not that far behind and on their own look amazing. But given burn in is a major headache, just buy QLED and be happy. No burn in from watching a TV show or NFL for hours getting risk of burn in with QLED.

    • fxp
      fxp Month ago

      So I bought the Samsung QLED 55Q8FN TV and while it looks good I feel movies don't really feel like movies to me. They feel off. Like watching a daytime soap opera - vivid and extra bright. Heck my old Hitachi 50VS810 from 2004 is superior to this in Picture Quality. Even my 32" Samsung TV from 2011 feels better than this. I adjusted the picture settings making colors and brightness changes and it's better but feels dim. I turned off the Automotion and couple of other features to some help. The automotion thing is what is making huge changes - turning off the motion plus or whatever made it "feel" more movie like tbh.

      Anyways, I think it is good and will take some adjusting but overall it's a TV and maybe I'm overthinking it.

  • Aloino Chopy
    Aloino Chopy Month ago

    Samsung❤

  • dinoatcharterdotnet

    I just got the LG OLED and it's really dark...is there a way to change the brightness so it is basically auto?

    • MrMonotone
      MrMonotone 20 days ago

      The specific settings probably depend on your specific model, but most TVs allow a lot of changes via the menu. It could also be a power-saving option, when on the higher power-saving modes, it might lower the brightness quite a lot.

  • N Gauge England -Synthematix-

    i woulnt buy either, id buy a projector

  • Darek Czyzowicz
    Darek Czyzowicz Month ago +11

    Q in qled is "quadruple" the price of buying a regular led tv lol

  • Darek Czyzowicz
    Darek Czyzowicz Month ago

    Qled can suck my butthole

  • Citizen X
    Citizen X Month ago

    Whats best for PS4 Pro gaming? Qled?

    • Citizen X
      Citizen X Month ago

      +Jeff Seid thanks 👌

    • Jeff Seid
      Jeff Seid Month ago +1

      +Citizen X should be fine tbh, most of the hud is transparent. just get oled, burn in will happen but not for years to come. if u want a tv to last u 10 years then go qled.

    • Citizen X
      Citizen X Month ago

      +Jeff Seid i live for rocket league 😎

    • Jeff Seid
      Jeff Seid Month ago +1

      do u play sports games? if not just get oled, i was too coward to buy oled for gaming but after thorough research just get oled for fps games will last 4 years with no burn in then replace it. just get oled imo and replace it down the road when burn in happens, for most games it wont burn in for a long time.

  • rwicidan
    rwicidan Month ago

    OLED best tv

  • bigc208
    bigc208 Month ago

    Oled picture quality is better. He’s selling Samsung so everything else, besides the picture quality, is better on the Samsung. Nice try slick Willy but picture quality is why you spend the big bucks at the high end. What it comes down to is go Qled if you want the biggest, brightest tv for the buck. Go Oled if you want the best picture quality and sacrifice a few inches of screen realestate.

  • Anderson C
    Anderson C Month ago

    Decision has always been simple. Watch TV in complete darkness? Buy OLED. Otherwise buy LED or in this case the QLED. :) I think for most of us the QLED would be the better choice.

    Don't know if the screen burn in with OLED's is really a problem...unless that person watches just one channel day in day out. Not likely.

    LED's no longer look grey!! And it won't be noticeable unless you have a OLED in the same room. Again not likely. :)

  • Rod irish
    Rod irish Month ago +1

    My LG OLED tv got burn in after 6 months. LG offered me half of the value of the tv towards another LG product. According to LG, the life span of a tv is 1 year. My 12 year old Sony XBR is now in my bedroom and still looking great. I will never purchase an LG product again!

  • Rohit Minni
    Rohit Minni Month ago

    This review is very biased to Samsung

  • myhooman
    myhooman Month ago +5

    OLED is way better than any QLED.

  • Robert Hodge
    Robert Hodge Month ago

    OLEDS HAVE A BETTER PICTURE. BUT BEWARE, THEY ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO SERIOUS BURN IN. AND IT IS EXCLUDED UNDER WARRANTY!

  • people ID
    people ID Month ago

    I like both

  • Matt Garcya
    Matt Garcya 2 months ago +3

    This comment section is a war zone lol

  • UrAverageDude
    UrAverageDude 2 months ago

    Basicly a samsung add. So wack

  • Ladyfire Ladyfire
    Ladyfire Ladyfire 2 months ago

    Guys for qled , others for oled;: what Is the best choise? Help me

  • william kobling
    william kobling 2 months ago

    I had a Samsung TV, it broke and Samsung would not honor the product. They lost a customer for life. I bought a LG TV and it is superior in every way.

  • Appena Nicola
    Appena Nicola 2 months ago

    It all comes down to reproduction accuracy really. I work at Best Buy and I stare at these TVs all day and am Magnolia certified so I know what I'm talking about. The only reason you should be getting a QLED (And we are talking Q9, Q8 at least) is if you cannot control lighting in the room, you have Samsung-specific appliances, and/or you leave static images on all day. If you don't have any of those problems then you should be getting OLED hands down. The OLED has been rated best tv for gaming over the QLED, reason being is the input lag. QLED and OLED have the same ms rating but what's different is the LG processes the change from TV to game immediately where as the Samsung takes a couple of minutes to transfer to game mode which is because of its LED panel. For true picture accuracy you don't need 2,000+ nits from a QLED. It's all relative. The QLED are made brighter to match the nit threshold of an OLED (Ex. QLED 2,000 - 500 nits, OLED 1,000 - (-500) nits; (QLED)1500 nit range = (OLED)1500 nit range) These are not accurate numbers but you get the point. The issue being is that this is not how the human eye works, it is not limited to a 1500 nit range and can see the differences in color/contrast in much higher and lower nit levels. This is where the limits of LED panels begin to show since it's virtually impossible for an LED panel to show completely "black" which the human eye can perceive and is your main ingredient for depth of contrast in pretty much anything you watch or play getting you as near to reality as possible. The Q9 gets very close but for its high price even the B8 can outclass it for simply producing what OLED does naturally: black levels. On top of this, high nit levels mean nothing if the dimming zones are not up to par with the nit specifications. To truly utilize the technology the TV should be able to display its highest peak brightness and its darkest peak all on the same screen in any different configuration (Ex. The contrasting dark and bright sides of the moon as it revolves around the sun.) The Q9 again gets very close to replicating this but if you look closely, like any LED, the picture still suffers from blooming and haloing that occurs from the light that forms when the zones pool an unnatural shape or "halo" to create an image which completely removes you from what you are watching or playing and decreases overall picture quality especially in darker scenes. Also it's 2019 and Samsung STILL isn't Dolby Vision certified which is extremely embarrassing and not something to be proud of. All in all, there are more cons to having a Samsung if you care about actual picture quality in the high end market. If you are not looking into the high end market, but want the best bang for the buck then just settle for the Vizio P series as in its specific price there's no television that can touch it as it features most of the premium tech (At lower levels) that no major TV Brand can really provide.

  • Wester Jester
    Wester Jester 2 months ago

    I think the images on these tv ads are stunning. But then i think wait my old hdtv makes it look stunning too actually. I feel like a kid at xmas the most expensive peice of tech i brought arrives tomo. A talking tv lol.

  • Wester Jester
    Wester Jester 2 months ago

    Qled Q8 or lg sk8000?

  • Wester Jester
    Wester Jester 2 months ago

    OLED the future. QLED dikriding oled hype.

  • chelsea boy
    chelsea boy 2 months ago

    Samsung is better

  • TruthSurge
    TruthSurge 2 months ago

    Since no one says "lead" for "LED", why say "oh lead" instead of "Q-LED"? You just make yourself sound stupid, imo.

  • Thimble
    Thimble 2 months ago

    QLED or oled budget of $1500 for Xbox one X.

    Are they all 10 bit panels?

    • K1ngFiasco
      K1ngFiasco 19 days ago

      I don't think you can get a real OLED for $1500. I would take into consideration your room as well. Bright room means OLED will struggle.

  • John Doe
    John Doe 2 months ago

    LG OLED owner here. Do these QLED screens suffer from “banding” on grayish screens? It’s the bane of my OLED ownership, hate it.

  • Ian Nemecek
    Ian Nemecek 2 months ago +1

    That was a demo? I have no idea what it was doing.

  • bliglum
    bliglum 2 months ago

    I want it all!!!! I want OLED's viewing angles, black levels, and speedy pixel switch time, and dark color saturation.. With Qled brightness, lack of burn in concerns, and bright color saturation.. And I want it now!

  • Natural BB
    Natural BB 2 months ago

    Hahahah, all the salty LG fanboys here. So insecure with their shitty, sub par displays purchased from LG. Enjoy your burn in. Oh, just a heads up, Micro LED is the future. It's just a shame you melts didn't get the memo

  • Ethan Nash
    Ethan Nash 2 months ago

    I didnt know about all those smart features Samsung does that no one else does such as logging you in to all your streaming apps automatically and identifying what's plugged into the HDMI ports and renaming them. My first couple 4k TVs are LG because I loved them soo much but instead of going with an Oled, I went with a samsung Qled. On the way in the mail still but I'm excited to see how it's different. First TV was just 4k in 2016, then my second also got HDR 4k in 2017, and now my 3rd will be the Q9fn. They just made it way easier to purchase over LG. I mean, with the promotions and the discount I got, I saved as much as I'm spending; about $2000. And that's for the TV and their flagship Harmon Kardon soundbar. LG is more difficult because they only sell thru retailers. Samsung has their own bank in which you can finance and upgrade your tv every 2 years thru their samsung shop app. LG I feel can be best but I dont feel like they handle business nearly as well. That, and some of my LG products have disappointed me so I'm ready to try the competition. I have a samsung phone and watch so it'll be nice to try more from em

  • 10xKameHam 10xTheMayhem

    I bought one of the Samsung 4K televisions, I believe it was the sk800 version and it is definitely time for an upgrade. Biggest problem I have with this TV is the Jugger or whatever the hell it's called it affects the picture whin things are moving at a fast pace. Does anybody know what TVs out there eliminates that problem??

  • Bob Anderson
    Bob Anderson 2 months ago

    OLED for movies. QLED for Gaming & Movies.

  • Gell Flores
    Gell Flores 2 months ago

    Open box 65" Samsung Q9 for $2000 worth it?

  • Talo199
    Talo199 2 months ago

    Thank you for the simplistic breakdown! I may only buy a tv every 8-10 years, and the tech changes so often. I have better things to do than spend all day searching for answers.

  • sam
    sam 2 months ago

    LG is a crap, OLED TV and their home appliances are just waste of money (review by thousands), their customer service is rude and un-professional.

  • Cobb Ervin
    Cobb Ervin 2 months ago +1

    For me, it comes down to having the best image. That's why I buy TVs but that's just me. OLED. Done.

  • Bima Sudiarto
    Bima Sudiarto 2 months ago

    Thank you so much for this. Very informative!

  • GoogleisTyrant
    GoogleisTyrant 2 months ago

    We went to Costco to buy the 75" QLED Samsung....in doing so we walked by the LG OLED 65" and marveled at it, "WOW!", then went on to test drive the Samsung. The Samsung sufferd from pixelation in motion, washed out colors, and a dinky remote. We even got the sales rep to hunt up some battries so we could test out the remote. We spent a solid 30 minutes looking at the samsung 75" and thought how good it was going to look on the wall. We were leaving and paused again at the OLED Jsut to admire its colors. You can get a better quality QLED (albeit slightly smaller) from other manufacturers for less money. The Samsung fails to impress on all levels except size. The next day after doing some research, we went back to Costco and bought the 65" OLED 10" isn't going to make a difference when you're spending $3000 - you want to be HAPPY, even the LG MAGIC REMOTE is awesomsauce. The supposed differences such as a smaller screen, burn-in etc. pale in comparison with the flaws of the QLED and the brilliance of the OLED emissive technology.

  • Grande1124
    Grande1124 2 months ago

    A friend of mine has burn in on a Samsung QLED, Fios is visibly burned permanently into the screen. I shit you not.

  • Hamguy Bacon
    Hamguy Bacon 2 months ago

    if only they made 4k plasma tv's. 1080p plasma still kicks the ass out of oled.

    • omarchafa
      omarchafa 2 months ago

      I agreed. Even though Plasmas can't produce perfect blacks like OLEDs, it still kicks ass in everything else.

  • Roodly F Buts
    Roodly F Buts 2 months ago

    Hmm. I kind of wanted to mount a TV a little high. OLED would be better for that. I'm glad that was pointed out. Maybe I'll just have to have it mounted lower.

  • Zunair Sheikh
    Zunair Sheikh 3 months ago

    Can you Please tell what color is on the wall. What kind of gray color is that Exactly I would like to get it

  • schwienhundt
    schwienhundt 3 months ago

    Is this just a Samsung extra feature ad buy? Feels greasy

  • Grant Womeldorf
    Grant Womeldorf 3 months ago +19

    I work at a best buy. We sell tons of tvs a day. Ive sold 1 Qled vs 100+ oleds. Mostly sony oleds

    • O K
      O K 8 days ago

      Grant Womeldorf doesn’t mean oled is better

    • ZeroFallout1
      ZeroFallout1 9 days ago +3

      +Forex Life neither oled or qled is the best. Each have their strengths and weakness. These tech guys so bias just like the best buy guy. Oled is not the best and the burn in possibility is more real then they tend to say. Had a friend who bought the c8 and it burned in from just watching movies with regular hours. Also manufacturers dont warranty burn ins. If you play slot of games get Qled. If you want to just watch movies and that's it get oled. If you want TV in bright room get Qled cause oled to dim. Qled or any other led TVs will have risk of panel lottery. What that means is not all TVs for example in the Samsung Q8FN line will have the same quality. 100 q8fn could have not defects like dirty screens, banding or blooming. Then another 10 could have 1 or all the defects I listed. It's sad that "ALL" these manufacturers can get away with selling defective tvs. Any TV over $1000 you should not be worrying about panel lottery. Do your own research on blooming dirty screens and banding. I remember when you just bought a TV and it worked now you have to worry if your purchase is a lemon.

    • Forex Life
      Forex Life 13 days ago +1

      but which one is best ?

    • cgasucks
      cgasucks 15 days ago

      Good to know.

  • Samuel Parker
    Samuel Parker 3 months ago

    🚰💯🆒🔗💨

  • A P
    A P 3 months ago

    I have no money to buy any of these so both are good for me. :D Less money fewer problems.

  • hansol kang
    hansol kang 3 months ago

    진정한 자강두천 .... 난 둘다 응원한다 ^^

  • Drongorius
    Drongorius 3 months ago

    Don’t you dare to even to compare them . OLED tv is jaw dropping experience

  • Juan Diaz
    Juan Diaz 3 months ago

    Every time someone makes a video they don't mention gaming witch is the reason most ppl buy this TV's for.

  • Sham Hosein
    Sham Hosein 3 months ago

    I will stick with QLED until Samsung brings micro LED. Before anyone get triggered about price. I already have $35,000 USD ready to shell out on one when it hits the market and around that price range.

  • Judson Christudas
    Judson Christudas 3 months ago

    Dear ignorants, LG is one who makes OLED Panels for manufacturers such as Samsung and Sony. All ignorants can swear below and all LG fans can do likings as well. :)

  • Richard the sceptic
    Richard the sceptic 3 months ago

    Fair enough but how about ease of use and colour uniformity?

  • OneTimez
    OneTimez 3 months ago

    OLED vs LED/LCD

  • kcgunesq
    kcgunesq 3 months ago

    I spent $500+ dollars to repair by 2008 era plasma a few years back because I wasn't willing to go with LED or pay what OLED's cost at the time. Fortunately, OLED's are starting to get to reasonable pricing.

  • Dan White
    Dan White 3 months ago

    I have a permanent ticker scroll thanks from too much CNBC but it's not too bad or even noticeable on anything other than white screens.

  • Stewart McDonald
    Stewart McDonald 3 months ago

    All these big fancy tv's but where's the speakers??
    They're so bloody thin you need these sound bar things so why not design them with speakers either at the bottom or sides, there's no reason why they cant.

  • Ronald Boedeker
    Ronald Boedeker 3 months ago

    On my second Samsung tv...it's garbage and going back. Had problems with the first one and this one had the same problems. Time for LG.

  • Dorin Dragoi
    Dorin Dragoi 3 months ago

    I guess by infinite viewing angle you actually mean infinitely close to 180 degrees

  • Max Rockatansky
    Max Rockatansky 3 months ago

    I’ve had an 55 inch LG OLED for about 2 years now and played heaps of GTA and I was worried I might get burn in especially from the little map that is displayed in GTA but no problem what so ever.
    So today I’ve just upgraded the 55 inch to 65 inch for the living room and the 55 is going in the bedroom.
    LG OLED ROCKS, but this is just my opinion from my experience.

  • Antinarella1
    Antinarella1 3 months ago

    I'm really torn between OLED and QLED and could use some advice! Looking to get a 65" to mount over the fireplace. So, we'll be looking up at the TV. Plus, it'll be in a very lit room with vaulted ceilings. However, I have a Samsung phone and I really like the user capabilities with Samsung products. Plus, I've always had a Samsung TV as I typically view them as better quality. Advice!?

  • Franky Franky
    Franky Franky 3 months ago

    Qled for me with time people will learn to love it

  • Vault-Boy Dan
    Vault-Boy Dan 3 months ago

    LG is just desperately trying to force outdated unreliable tech. There is no excuse for getting a burn in on 3000€ tv. Qled anytime, it looks amazing in person and no worries about burned images.