The two flagships of the Korean manufacturers Samsung and LG are competing against each other this time. The question of whether to buy a QLED or an OLED is one that arises quite quickly when buying high-end TVs, as the two technologies and the associated advantages and disadvantages are fundamentally different. Find out in the following comparison which TV is the right one for your needs!
The LG CX OLED and the Samsung Q90T are both excellent TVs, which will probably satisfy most users. It is not easy to say which TV is the better one in direct comparison. It rather depends on what kind of requirements you have for a TV. If you want the better home cinema feeling, with an almost unbeatable picture quality in dark surroundings, then you should rather get the LG CX OLED. It can also be used in brighter rooms, but its picture quality decreases with increasing ambient brightness. But if you want to have an all-rounder that produces a great picture under almost all conditions with a high peak brightness, the Q90T would be a good choice for you. In dark environments it can’t quite keep up with the CX, but it still has an impressive picture quality. HDRHigh Dynamic Range – image/video with more dynamic range (contrast range) is brilliantly displayed by both devices, but the CX can crow with Dolby VisionDynamic HDR-format with a color depth of up to 12 Bits and Mastering of up to 10,000 Nits IQ, which allows for dynamic optimization of content – Samsung has unfortunately skipped this on the Q90T.
Both TVs can excellently be used for Gaming, since both have all features you might need for a high-end gaming experience.
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