We compare two of the finest televisions that 2017 has to offer: the Samsung QLED and LG OLED.
Samsung’s brand new QLED line of TVs is a series coined by the company that means “quantum light emitting diode”. The new branding is an attempt to distinguish this TV as Samsung’s most premium television and has the capacity to produce an image that’s brighter than an OLED TV. The QLED suffers from an acute viewing angle, that requires the viewer to be in the middle of the TV, and could pose a problem if there are multiple people watching it.
With LG’s OLED TV, the image is produced by starting with perfect black. With true blacks being produced, it’s hard to beat the OLED in terms of picture quality. The color is spot on straight out of the box, and its motion is smoother than the QLED.
Although each TV has their strengths and weaknesses, the Samsung QLED and LG OLED both rock a well functioning on-screen interface, but we still have to give it to LG’s OLED TV, with its amazing, true black picture quality.
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