£6999 for the flat gallery 1080p. Not bad, give it a few months
I'm just not 100% convinced that I will be able to see/appreciate any reasonable difference between 1080p and 4K on a 55" OLED display.
I do reckon there will be a fair amount of 4K material this time next year but as I don't want anything larger than 55" , what's the point of waiting for the 4K price to drop - waiting - waiting - waiting - bored waiting!
It's still going to be 1080p for me - I'm just 'waiting' on UK users reliability reports and a price (just) under £3,000
Just to go n take a look at a 4k 55" led set n se (i do se the diffrence) .. I think 4k looks un natutal n over sharp in background details, like people far away is as sharp looking as standin up close. But 4k will become the new standard even if im not to impressed.
Sounds little expensive when it's not going to be a new model and you can order today one from Sweden with 60000sek (6600€ or 5500£) and status 'in stock'.
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And in Finland a (most likely) grey imported 880V is advertised with price tag of 4340€ (about 3600£) but since stock shows zero there is no guarantee when or if one arrives if you order one.
I would expect the LED to look better in 4K - I'm just not sure I will see the difference in OLED.
I can also see the difference on the 55" Sony 4K LED but I would rather have a 1080p OLED every day of the week than a 4K LED.