Since the NANO90 is also equipped with an IPSIn-Plane Switching, type of LCD Panel panel, it has the same strengths and weaknesses as its little brother. In brighter rooms, it can present its best picture quality, but is also somewhat limited by its brightness. With a peak brightness of about 640 Nits, it is slightly brighter than the NANO85, but still cannot display HDRHigh Dynamic Range – image/video with more dynamic range (contrast range) content in a satisfying way. The contrast ratio of 1680:1 is a bit lower, but it has been equipped with Full Array Local Dimming, so it can deliver a much better picture quality in dark environments. But also its local dimming feature has not been implemented very well, which makes BloomingAdding a brighter area around bright objects on a dark background clearly visible. But it is still much better than the Edge Lit Local Dimming of the NANO86. Unfortunately, the NANO90 is affected by the Dirty Screen effect, which is also visible on the NANO85, but not quite as obvious.