If thats the case why is it still excluded from all OLED manufacturers warranties, and why dont LG acknowledge this "high risk " rather than some ones friend who works for them....lots of pigs flying around this morning !!My friend works for LG and he said this :
All Models before 2018 have a high risk of Burn In because Oled Red Subpixel wasn't that advanced back then. LG managed to double the Red Subpixel on 2018 , making 2018 Models hard to burn in ( Twice as hard as the C6 or C7) . On 2019 they further increased the Size of Red Subpixel about 50% while also increasing the other Subpixel. 2020 they further increased the Subpixel but not by much , but they tried to reduce a little bit of Brightness , that's why cx is a little dimmer then C9 and C8.
He also says the CX is so hard to burn it , that he is also using it as a PC Monitor.
2021 will be another big step , similar to 2017 to 2018 because there will be a a new Pixel Matrix with layers. That's why LG could increase the Brightness without worrying about Burn in