Well, yes. I would not expect a blind consumer always ready to chase the next marketing gimmick and catchprases to understand, but there are people who still care about a natural, solid, organic looking picture which doesn't become SD everytime there's movement on screen. There are still people playing old gems with old consoles, still people watching movies never released beyond DVD, still people watching 1080p content of all sorts, still people enjoying 3D content, and still people who regards 99% of what's produced and put on HDR 4K discs as pure crap anyway..I'm sorry your stuck in the past with an inferior display and still watching DVDs.
And yet according to the comparison you posted yourself, not on 60fps content, not on Blu-Rays, not on SD content, not on dark scenes and not in general if you prefer a material organic picture vs a plasticky one.Oled is objectively better in 99 percent of material. You know this.
But i guess you consider HDR 4K still frames 99% of material, so good for you.
Just to be clear, i'm not that guy on Youtube so you can stop mentioning him and maybe start actually watching the videos instead.Nobody youtuber is a nobody.
Another one for you:
P.S. I'm also not 99% of AVSForum users, just to be even more clear.
Yes, moved on to much cheaper and easier to build panels with inferior motion handling and viewing angle.But for the VAST majority of people and uses cases, you just need to recognize the world has moved on.