Originally Posted by asaturno
Their just-released 4K televisions (this passed November), the LC-60UD27U and LC-70UD27U, both have it as well.
I think all the 4K sets have Spectros Color, but not Quattron.
Both 3D and the yellow subpixel were dropped in favor of a
white LED that has improved blue-green and red performance.
This puts them in league with other RGB sets, including Quantum Dots.
Only the 4K+ seems to have the Quattron restored as well.
They claim that the combination sends it ahead of all competition.
Meantime, though, the Q+ UQ17U is a solid performer in brightness,
contrast, motion control and detail. I still prefer its global dimming
to FALD, due to the artifacts of the latter. I'll have to see the new
4K+ in action before deciding if it is truly wide-gamut...