I have no issues with my B9. The games I play barely fluctuate at all with regards to fps so I guess that's why I don't see any flickering.
Yes. They don't get as bright as LED but the contrast makes up for it. I have a B9, which is in some cases 200nits darker than a cx but even this puppy is sometimes so bright that it hurts to look at it.
I think it really depends on a person, whether he notices the stutter and if it actually bothers them. It probably boils down to our eyes and how we perceive motion. Same thing how some people get eye strain while watching 3D movies, while others don't. It's something we can't control.For some reason most reviewers seem to overlook LG OLED problems like 30-24fps stutter along with such issues and amplify other problems from the competing brands. Dirty money?
Traditionally displays are set to specifically refresh rates, like 50/60/120hz. But if you display varying amounts of frames, you can get stuttering or tearing (where you get parts of frames, and in motion it’s very noticeable). Variable Refresh Rate technology (including GSync, NVidia’s proprietary version; Freesync, an open standard; and VRR, the HDMI2.1 standard) lets the display listen to the console/GPU and display full frames whenever they’re ready (up to their limit), making for a much smoother experience.
They don't get as bright as Sony or Samsung LEDs, but the contrast will make up creating a stronger perception of brightness. There have been many instances of OLEDs being selected as brighter TVs eventhough they measurable were not.
I find the SDR brightness out of the box to be lacking but HDR is fine.
Panel lottery can make a difference. From what we know so farSome people say it's a big issue, some say they don't notice it, others say it's a thing but only something that AV nerds would ever notice or care about and others still say it is an issue but that it's easily correctable by changing the brightness settings on your TV.
I can only talk about my experience with a XSX but I haven't seen anything regarding the elevated blacks at all. For me it's really a non-issue but I suppose some people are more sensitive than others...From what I can gather the majority of the issues (forced chroma subsampling, flickering etc.) were fixed via a firmware update. However the issue with elevated gamma at 4K/120hz/VRR still remains and will only be fixed in future panels. Is that correct?
No. 700nits is barely considered great, sure it's fine in a perfectly dark room, and the spiel of "perfect blacks make it pop" is opinion at best. Pretty picture, achieved by others. Go see different TVs, take your living area into consideration, and ignore the "oh it won't burn-in bs" , it will eventually. It's an expensive TV, make sure it meets your requirements, ignore youtubers, reviews and check it out.