Sounds fun, let me know when that happens as I’ve had my B6 for two years without any screen burn or any other issue.
I know. that s why I said potentially. it's certainly a cause for concern still though imo
I was going to say the same. This, plus the fact that a TV on display in a shop will have its backlight (or whatever the equivalent for OLED is) ramped right up which might accelerate burn-in.
My Panasonic plasma was amazing...... until a lightning strike killed it :( Got a Panasonic OLED now and it has a far better picture than the plasma
You cannot compare this to normal TV use. That B7 might have been displaying the same static images on screen for nigh on 18 months, for hours and hours a day. Of course it will screen burn like that, but that's just not indicative of normal usage at all. The same happens with smartphones with OLED screens. You might notice it with demo phones in stores. But never in reality due to never having the same images on the screen for hours and hours for weeks on end.