You should never choose a Samsung over LG when it comes to tv, from 2016 LG is the best out there.
I was really close to buying this but new TCL 815 is really getting rave reviews now for £650 for the 55" or more than double for the x900 h But i have heard really good customer reviews online about this LG
From what I read like qled enabling more colours
So what is the nano cell exactly ?
As I understand it, LG confirmed that the chip in these can’t handle it. The real issue at the moment is there are no true hdmi 2.1 sources (or very few?) and when this generation of tv were reviewed, no one really knew the answer.. HDR at 4K 60hz its good to go, but if you want 120hz, it’s SDR only from what I’ve found. Some sets do 120hz HDR 4k from internal sources (eg streaming) but not external (eg ps5 and Xbox Series X when they come) but again it’s very difficult to find confirmation. The Samsung , like the Q90R abs Q80T I think have the same issue, certainly they can’t do VRR at 4k 120.. I think the LG OLEDs might be fine, not sure about the bc B9, but image retention risk is a big no from me. Hopefully when the new consoles launch in 3 months we’ll see reviews and specs being updated and confirmed on places like rtings. I think for now I’ll be holding off at least 2 years, one for the 2021 models, the other fire then to be on sale ;)