Another analysis pointing to the X950G is a successor to the X90F.
• Sturdy design
• Exceptional color rendering for normal and HDR content
• Amazingly good handling, especially for gaming
• Very robust contrast ratios and black levels
• Voice control features and very smart TV functionality
• Local dimming has a few minor issues
• VA display technology deteriorates picture performance at sharp angles
• No HDR10 +
"Overall, this particular model is an excellent 4K HDR TV and works exceptionally well on most of the top quality TV performance metrics. These include motion picture manipulation, HDR delivery (especially for HDR color), screen and TV capability to render deep levels of black and high contrast.All of these things, the X950G stands out and its motion handling is particularly surprising.We are impressed "
"Where the X950G stands out, particularly, is its color performance, maximum brightness and motion-handling specs. Since all three are so important for rendering high-performance images, they combine to make it a television truly strong for just about anything you want to cast "
"the X950G never comes near dark, no matter how you measure the brightness of the screen. Even when tested in SDR mode with 100%
of the screen being adjusted for sustained brightness, the X950G does not provide less than 700 nits. Many 4K HDR TVs can not even reach 700 nits,
let alone have that brightness level below their weakest peak performance."
In summary, the biggest highlight for this site (which adds the same opinion of 2 Chinese reviews, 1 French and 1 German that we post here) is:
- Black level
- Brightness and color accuracy
- Moving images.