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The same can also be said about any Samsung or LG below £700. Only Hisense currently has TV's that can get bright enough to actually display a HDR picture for a low-mid range price.
These TVs are garbage and this is basically the standard price these days. I have this model and I can tell you that “HDR” and “Dolby Vision” just means that it accepts the signal. There is nothing remotely HDR/DoVi about the picture. It’s a cheap Vestel as has been pointed out already.
No one said every single tv ever made that came out of that factory has faults it’s unreliable since a lot of people have faults with them
Also disagree, some might die just out of warranty, but my Sanyo branded Vestel lasted 9.5 years before the power board went. I replaced it myself for £13 with one from eBay and it's still working... 11 years. My last two Samsung TV's have both died just out of warranty, an MU6120 which got dark patches which got progressively worse over time until it was a chore to try and watch, and an NU7400 which now has a large dark bar across the middle where the LED's have died. Currently using a 58" Hitachi (Vestel) which was originally bought for spare room. It's been a good performer so far, 9 months old. I'd recommend getting a TV with a 5 year warranty for any brand, even the big names.