In the end, the LG NANO90 is solid in every area, but it lacks in many places in image processing to pass as a good entry-level TV for HDR movies and gaming. It’s particularly unsuitable if you use it at night or in a dark environment for the most part, where it performs particularly poorly due to its mediocre contrast and poor local dimming.
If the poor performance in a dark environment doesn’t put you off, it offers a responsive video gaming experience thanks to its low input lag, coupled with a 120Hz panel, as well as VRR support. And the NANO90 is also well-suited for sports shows, although watching in large groups is not recommended here, as the IPS panel, contrary to expectations, does not have a noticeably positive effect on the width of the viewing angle.
Thus, the NANO90 represents a decent and affordable 4k TV that is mainly worthwhile for gamers of the new consoles who, however, prefer to play mainly during the day. For those who want a home theater feel or simply want to max out HDR movies, the NANO90 is not recommended.