i think you need an new thread here.
i Had OLED but now i want the 500M
The list of OLEDs i have owned are a few over the years.
from the start.
LG 8800 flat Gallery OLED from 2013
What all these OLEDs have in common are as follow:
All looks like LCDs with better contrast.
Dead/sluggish looking Sample and hold motion.
Flat image in motion compared to the KUROs (an effect of low motion resolution)
Cartoon smear in motion (also an effect of low motion resolution)
Muted colors with light leak (yellowish greens and flat looking Reds that cant be fixed with calibration)
Not accurate 6500K looking whites due to the LED light they use with the dominating Blue spectra radiation.
An colder tone in the picture even after visually matched whites compared to reference.
Colortints off axis
Decent to bad near black performance.
Noise/macro blocking near black due to the low Bit precision (4-6bit)
Inaccurate color mixing due to the white subpixel that affects the true RGB color mix (some colors are off here and there even after calibration)
RGB brightness around 390 nits (its the same for all..whats different now is that the white subpixel is boosted for higher peak brightness)
Low concentration in the image (compared to the KUROs) due to the low pixel fillrate at 30% (pixel size from an normal 30 inch tv)
There is probably more that i have spotted from 6 years of OLED testing and comparision to an reference 500M Plasma monitor but this should be enough....to keep the 500M a while