Do OLED TVs last?
Any OLED TV should last you years of use.
Back in 2016 The Korea Times reported that LG OLED TVs had a lifespan of over 100,000 hours (11 years of constant use).
Is it worth buying an expensive TV?
When it comes down to determining why one TV is $1,000, or $750, or even $500 more expensive than another, you can bet it’s because of core picture quality specs. A better LED backlight, or “quantum dots” that boost color, or an OLED panel, or better video processing is probably the reason.
Who makes the best OLED TV?
See our recommendations for the best TVs and the best smart TVs.
- Best OLED TV: LG B9 OLED. LG B9 OLED. Amazon.com.
- Cheaper Alternative: LG B8 OLED. LG B8 OLED. B&H.
- Best OLED TV For Movies: Sony A9G OLED. Sony A9G OLED. Amazon.com.
- Cheaper Alternative: Sony A8G OLED. Sony A8G OLED. B&H.
- Best Sounding OLED TV: LG E9 OLED. LG E9 OLED.
How long does OLED burn?
The latest test, though, seems more sensible in its approach – and suggests that the latest OLED TVs can suffer with screen burn after as little as 4,000-5,000 hours of use.
Is OLED good for eyes?
OLED TVs really are good for your eyes. LG Display said, “while the highest spec 65-inch LCD panels produce 64 per cent blue light, LG Display’s OLED panels emit only half that amount”. It’s worth pointing out that Samsung gained the same certification from TÜV Rheinland for its mobile OLED displays earlier in the year
How serious is OLED burn in?
Burn-in is possible with OLED, but not likely with normal use. Most “burn-in” is actually image retention, which goes away after a few minutes. You’ll almost certainly see image retention long before it becomes permanent burn-in. Generally speaking, burn-in is something to be aware of, but not worry about.