OLED has a significantly wider and better viewing angle when compared to 4k UHD LED TVs. Unlike LEDs that still have shutter issues because of screen pixels, OLED comes with advanced pixels powered by self-illumination capabilities. Thus, OLED is a clear winner in this department.
LED TVs can get significantly brighter than OLED TVs, so they are a much better choice for rooms with a lot of light. However, if you plan to create a home theater in a dark room, an OLED TV is still the better choice.
The acronym 'OLED' stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diode - a technology that uses LEDs in which the light is produced by organic molecules. These organic LEDs are used to create what are considered to be the world's best display panels.
With perfect blacks, superior viewing angles, infinite contrast ratios, and better motion quality than you can find on other TVs, OLED displays outperform even the best LCD options—but they usually cost more (though the difference is shrinking).
LG says its OLED TVs have a lifespan of 100,000 hours. In comparison, LED TVs have an average lifespan of between 40,000 and 60,00 hours at maximum or close to maximum brightness. But if you lower the brightness then an LED TV will last even longer and could last 100,000 hours or over 10 years.
Be aware that OLEDs and QLEDs do have problems of their own. OLED TVs are often criticized for being susceptible to image retention and burn-in. Although rare, the fact of the matter is that burn-in is permanent, possibly flushing down the drain thousands of dollars that you committed to purchasing this TV.
QLED TVs are essentially LED TVs but with a quantum-dot filter between the LED backlight and LCD layer, which helps produce better colours. As a result, QLED TVs have better colours and brightness than LED and most OLED TVs, but stop short of the contrast levels and deep blacks that OLED TVs offer.
In terms of picture quality, OLED TVs still beat LED TVs, even though the latter technology has seen many improvements of late. OLED is also lighter and thinner, uses less energy, offers the best viewing angle by far, and, though still a little more expensive, has come down in price considerably.
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Sony TVs were first made in Japan. Their company built several TV manufacturing plants around the world. But then, these TV plants were sold to different OEM and ODM companies. These companies now manufacture Sony TVs in Malaysia, Slovakia, China, Russia, Spain, Mexico, and India.
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