Its when there's dark bits that its most prominent, they smear as you move more on the U8Q. People do game and are happy with the TV for gaming, but its good to know in advance about the problem. Its not a general motion problem, only with specific moments.I play a lot of game but if the game support HDR content i think its better the quality of the TV panel and brightness. The motion surely is important as response time but for fast movement do you think the difference is so visible?
I'd go for a cheap Hisense, Samsung or LG. LG will have less motion blur and better viewing angles, but worse contrast/blacks/screen uniformity. HDR of course will have to be kept disabled on cheap TVs.Is there anything in the super-cheap, £300-400 absolute max area for a 55" that would do as a budget, temporary TV? I'm moving house in August and will have space for a decent tv to use for 50% PS5 gaming, and 50% Movie/TV watching (UHD and HD - mainly streaming) - I'll be looking at buying a 2021 OLED (probably an A80/A84J) but only once they come down in price a bit, which will be November at the earliest, so may look at a stopgap to tide me over until then...
My last TV was a Panasonic G10 42" plasma, and I'm currently gaming on a 34" IPS 3440x1440 monitor (outputting at 4k and downscaled by the monitor) so frankly any TV from the last 5 years would probably be fine!