Need sugessions for 55 inch LED

Need sugessions for 55 inch LED

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I want to buy a 55 inch led tv, which one should i go for?
mi or one plus or samsung lg/sony
my budget can extend till 1 lakh provided it should be a worthy deal.

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This one : Samsung 138 cm (55 Inches) 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV QA55Q60RAKXXL (Black) (2019 Model) [₹ 94,500.00]

Amazon Link : https://www.amazon.in/Samsung-Inches-Ultra-Smar...

Or this one : Samsung The Frame 138cm (55 inch) Ultra HD (4K) QLED Smart TV (QA55LS03RAKXXL) [₹84,999]

Flipkart Link : https://www.flipkart.com/samsung-frame-138cm-55...?

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Both are top-notch Samsung QLED 4K UltraHD Smart TVs & you can’t go wrong with either of them…QLED is a far better & newer tech than normal LED TVs…

Don’t even consider MI…

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Sushrut.B wrote:

Both are top-notch Samsung QLED 4K UltraHD Smart TVs & you can’t go wrong with either of them…QLED is a far better & newer tech than normal LED TVs…

Don’t even consider MI…

OLED is the best tech. smile

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@adeshjainj Check out this forum,this is the best place in India to get suggestions/advice/real life reviews of audio/video equipment available in India.
https://www.hifivision.com/threads/oled-tvs-pri...
The above link talks about burn-in issue in oled so see if it can be within your usage limits else look at other options.

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guest_999 wrote:

OLED is the best tech. smile

No it’s not…OLED has huge burn-in issues & not worth investing 2-3 lacs on a TV that will generate screen issues after the warranty period gets over…

Plus OLED won’t come at 1 Lac…

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Thank you @Sushrut.B @guest_999 – There are many people telling that samsung tvs are not android hence they wont be updated or new things wont come in there as it can come in any another android tv, given the perks of playstore. for example: hot star does not work on samsung.

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adeshjainj wrote:

Thank you @Sushrut.B @guest_999 – There are many people telling that samsung tvs are not android hence they wont be updated or new things wont come in there as it can come in any another android tv, given the perks of playstore. for example: hot star does not work on samsung.

LG doesn’t have android either but both LG & Samsung make the best TVs in the market…

If you want the best TV in 1 lac, you should go for Samsung QLED as OLEDs are much more expensive…

For android, you can always buy a 1500-2000 worth android TV box to get the full android experience on your TV…Now-a-days even Set top Boxes are coming with inbuilt Android so that is not an issue…My LG TV doesn’t have android either but my AirTel Xstream STB does so I don’t need android in my TV…I think you got the point..

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Sushrut.B wrote:

No it’s not…OLED has huge burn-in issues & not worth investing 2-3 lacs on a TV that will generate screen issues after the warranty period gets over…

Plus OLED won’t come at 1 Lac…

OLED is the best tech for tv as per many reviews & not without reason(definition of OLED: The “OLED” in OLED TV stands for “organic light-emitting diode.” OLEDs have the unusual property of being able to produce both light and color from a single diode when they’re fed electricity. Because of this, OLED TVs don’t need a separate backlight. Each pixel you see is a self-contained source of color and light.).
Burn-in only occurs for static images which means things like DTH channel logo(not an issue if major usage is downloaded/streaming content) & even for static images various reviews put it at anywhere from 5000-7000 hours. I suggest you to check hifivision forums(a post link in my previous post) for accurate & real life reviews of various TVs.

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guest_999 wrote:

OLED is the best tech for tv as per many reviews & not without reason(definition of OLED: The “OLED” in OLED TV stands for “organic light-emitting diode.” OLEDs have the unusual property of being able to produce both light and color from a single diode when they’re fed electricity. Because of this, OLED TVs don’t need a separate backlight. Each pixel you see is a self-contained source of color and light.).
Burn-in only occurs for static images which means things like DTH channel logo(not an issue if major usage is downloaded/streaming content) & even for static images various reviews put it at anywhere from 5000-7000 hours. I suggest you to check hifivision forums(a post link in my previous post) for accurate & real life reviews of various TVs.

Bro I already know all these (I’m into tech field since last 20 years) but his budget is 1L max…And we can’t get any OLED in that budget as far as my knowledge…That’s why I suggested him to go for QLED which is the best he can get under 1 lac as OLEDs are out of his budget…

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Sushrut.B wrote:

Bro I already know all these (I’m into tech field since last 20 years) but his budget is 1L max…And we can’t get any OLED in that budget as far as my knowledge…That’s why I suggested him to go for QLED which is the best he can get under 1 lac as OLEDs are out of his budget…

Tell me oled is best or not

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Simbha3 wrote:

Tell me oled is best or not

In picture quality wise yes but for long time durability, NO…Read reviews by customers on Amazon on LG OLED TVs & you will be able to see just how many people are complaining about the screen burn-in issue on their OLEDs…And these issues mostly generate after the warranty period expires…Several customers have complained that LG is charging them almost the same price of the TV to change the display panel with burn-in issues…

If I would have to buy a high-end TV, I would either buy a Samsung QLED or an LG Nanocell which LG has released to fight with QLED based TVs by other companies like Samsung & One Plus…LG Nanocell series falls in-between the OLEDs & the QLEDs in terms of performance…

I would personally never want to spend lacs of money just to get the screen repaired so I personally would never get an OLED

If you have 3-4 lacs to spend on a TV, you can go with OLEDs…Other than that, QLEDs & Nanocell TVs are the best TVs in under 1 lac to 2 lacs price-range…

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Sushrut.B wrote:

In picture quality wise yes but for long time durability, NO…Read reviews by customers on Amazon on LG OLED TVs & you will be able to see just how many people are complaining about the screen burn-in issue on their OLEDs…And these issues mostly generate after the warranty period expires…Several customers have complained that LG is charging them almost the same price of the TV to change the display panel with burn-in issues…

If I would have to buy a high-end TV, I would either buy a Samsung QLED or an LG Nanocell which LG has released to fight with QLED based TVs by other companies like Samsung & One Plus…LG Nanocell series falls in-between the OLEDs & the QLEDs in terms of performance…

I would personally never want to spend lacs of money just to get the screen repaired so I personally would never get an OLED

If you have 3-4 lacs to spend on a TV, you can go with OLEDs…Other than that, QLEDs & Nanocell TVs are the best TVs in under 1 lac to 2 lacs price-range…

https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/real-life-oled-...
These are 2017 panels still lasts such long time. Newer Pannel can last much longer. If it can last 10year, for me it’s worth it. But qled ll be wise choice.

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Samsung The Frame 138cm (55 Inch) Ultra Hd 4K Qled Smart TV

Getting this at just 74750 + SBI CC reward points.

https://ddime.i...CF

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Sushrut.B wrote:

Bro I already know all these (I’m into tech field since last 20 years) but his budget is 1L max…And we can’t get any OLED in that budget as far as my knowledge…That’s why I suggested him to go for QLED which is the best he can get under 1 lac as OLEDs are out of his budget…

People are getting older LG B8 55" for ~95k(saw recently at another forum).

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Get a decent Bravia 42 inch tv and invest rest in GOOD FHD Projector! Totally worth it…TW650 projector is good VFM

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