Originally Posted by Knuck
Although current OLEDs have a nice picture, they are far from perfect. They could benefit from:
1. Brighter image;
2. Wider color gamut;
3. Better near black performance;
4. No burn-in/elimination of ABL;
5. Better scaling/processing;
6. Better motion;
6. Better gaming performance;
7. and the list goes on.
There are many improvements possible but the manufacturer's at this point do not see the need. They appear content to simply refresh models.
We will see what Panasonic do with their custom panel in the GZ2000 but i doubt it will be more than a few tweaks.
Out of everything you wrote I believe only a few are legitimate problems. In my opinion Oled has almost mastered SDR picture quality and offers great HDR picture quality.
1.) Brighter image: Oled is more than bright enough for SDR content so I'm assuming you are referring to HDR. HDR brightness needs to get better on all consumer displays not just Oled. There are 10000 nit video games available and no current television LCD or Oled can come close to that brightness.
2.) Wider color gamut. Once again this only comes into play with hdr
3.) Better near black performance. Besides torture tests meant to show issues near black performance is fine on Oled televsions 99% of the time.
4.) ABL will never be eliminated. Burn in is of no concern to me. I have had 4 Oled's at this point and I have never had burn in. I don't break my television in with slides, I don't baby it by keeping brightness low when gaming, avoiding static images, minimizing how long I game, etc
5.) Better scaling/processing. Have you seen any recent Oleds? The scaling/processing is fine for 720p and up. But yes things will need to improve as we move into the 8k era so 1080p and below content can look good.
6.) Better motion. I agree motion can be improved.
7.) Better gaming performance. You would need to explain this further. Oleds have low input lag times especially LG. There is nothing lacking with Oleds gaming performance unless you are referring to the 10000 and 4000 nit hdr games that no consumer television can fully show.