I've made four slow-mo videos with my phone (720p, 240 fps) using the same test file, but different trumotion settings.
I understand that the common knowledge says that using trumotion always means frame interpolation.
With the following videos I challenge this knowledge.
I think these videos clearly show (at least to my eyes) that trumotion off and trumotion user, de-judder 0 are the same regarding frame interpolation.
Accepting the above and understanding that trumotion user, de-judder 9 gives us at least 600 lines of motion resolution (you can test is for yourself with readily available test files) makes me think that the Philips OLEDs much touted 600 lines of motion resolution is nothing new.
IMO it is only a clever user interface design - what LG offers in a menu item with two components (trumotion: user has two sliders, one for frame interpolation and one for increasing the motion resolution independently from frame interpolation) Philips made it to two distinct menu items.
What do you think?
Here are the slow-mo videos
trumotion de-judder 0, de-blur 9
trumotion: user, de-judder 1, de-blur 9
trumotion 1. preset (smooth?)
TV: LG EG910V
internal player from USB hard drive
kodi test file, 1080p 23,96 fps