Samsung don't offer 10 warranty on their oled smartphones, so i doubt it will happen on its tvs. One of the reasons why people buy lcds is because of the less chance of burn in risk, hence why the 10 warranty. But that doesn't cover business use.Let me when Samsung offers 10 years screen burn warranty on their QD-OLEDs.
Their ULED TVs this year are FALD.Well for me personally, the only interesting technology is XD series, but since it's not coming to UK then Hisense has nothing to offer. I mean their top LED for 2019 in UK was an edge lit model... while US and other regions got the H9F...
Yea, but once again we are not getting their top tech, while other regions *cough* US *cough* are being treated as the only foreign region that matters. Just as it was last year. I don't know why they are doing it, maybe they do not have the supply capabilities or something, but it would make sense to have your top products in as many markets as possible.Their ULED TVs this year are FALD.
Our video which contains the information was published 10th January from CES and with the UK marketing manager being interviewed and named on camera. Someone at TechRadar must have watched our video and then called their story an exclusiveSays exclusive but Techradar ran this story over 2 days ago.