HDR, 4K are technical nonsense if you think about it.
4K in anything below 75" is simply indistinguishable from 1080p.
HDR on an LCD sure, only the LCD itself has a so limited dynamic range that it's laughable.
OLED on the other hand still has a lot in common with LCD, it's also sample and hold hence cannot resolve more than 600 lines of motion far, far away from the 2160 available to 4K...And the blacks, sure it can make absolute black but at the expense of badly crushing near blacks, all details on black scenes are lost. Take a look on the Sully movie, the taxi scene at the beginning is displaying a whole palette of black tones. Watch it on OLED you get a black blob, watch it on plasma and be amazed....
My advice if you're coming from plasma is wait. Maybe next year's LG will address some of the issues.
And while you wait why not give your existing plasma a tune-up by simply adjusting Va and Vs to the proper value and calibrating it. Nothing can beat any of the late top plasmas whatever the marketing guys will try to make you believe.
I'm still amazed at the picture quality of my F8500 (both of them).
Samsung PS64F8580, Panasonic BDT310, Marantz AV8802A 5.1.2, Rotel RMB1555, Cambridge Audio Azur 651W, KEF XQ50c, B&W DB1, B&W PM1, Mirage OMD5, Sonance VP48R, Popcorn A500Pro, Little Dot mk9, Grado GS1000e+SR225i, Beyerdynamic T1
Mark Levinson ML-7A + L-3A + L-3, Swiss Physics 6A, Roksan Xerxes + SME IV + FD-IV damper + Lyra Clavis DC, Dynaudio Compound 4, B&W ASW-610
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