2019 TV awards. https://www.avforums.com/news/best-tvs-of-2019-editors-choice-awards.16834
In a recent blind test tv shootout in London between the Q90, A9, GZ2000 and the C9, the LG took the overall win. All underwent the same tests and it was pretty much neck and neck until the gaming sector where the LG smashed it. The Panny has no eARC or HDMI 2.1 for high spec gaming so its not future proofed. Although the test was mightily close the LG is now £1400 and the Panny is £3000 (both 55). You can get the 65 for £1000 cheaper so in that respect the price of the Panny is eye watering, and all round, its just not as good. Im not a big fan of LG or Panny, Ive always preferred Samsung but if anyone is thinking of buying the GZ2000 or and Panny above the C9 I would do a little research and save yourself a lot of money.
Because qleds don't suffer with burn in. At the end of the day, Oleds are far superior but there are worries about screen burn and people don't want to have to babysit their tvs. Personally as long as you don't have the brightness set to 100 and have static images on relentlessly then you should be OK. I've never had screen burn on my plasmas and they said the same thing about them.
Isn't samsung covering for 10 years ?