Take a look at the Xiami Mijia ALPD3.0, 2000 lumens of rgb laser(albiet one red/blue laser and one blue laser phosphor for green) and almost full dci-p3 coverage(more green less red).Folks it seems like high brightness TRUE RGB is coming in next month, albeit in a Panasonic Business projector. Rob Sabin wrote a great article about LED coming out from the shadows recently and I found this potential gem: https://www.projectorcentral.com/expo2020/panasonic.htm#PT-LRZ35 While the potential to cover greater gamut is there; it doesn't look like there's HDR capability natively, still 1080p single chip; and may not have as good of a dynamic/native contrast as SIMs or DC4's of the past. Nevertheless, hopeful this tech will soon come down to mid-higher range projectors. No word on pricing yet. Even so I am wondering if this projector is reasonbly priced, like BenQ LK lasers, we can maybe work some magic with this by using combination of HD FURY/ UB420/820 to enable SDR BT2020. With this high brightness, combined with a neutral density filters to improve black levels; this could be a real winner if 4k res is not an absolute requirement.
And the Chiq C8UT, true rgb laser, 1500 lumens with 100% bt2020
The question about that panasonic is it all leds, or are there phosphors involved, whats the native gamut/spectrum, and what's the actual calibrated light output. Panasonic has some hybrid led/laser models that can do around 1000 lumens calibrated, like the PT-RZ470.
Another nice benefit of the high brightness is being able to use darker shades of screen material to shift contrast as opposed to use neutral density filters. 2000 lumens on a 100" 0.25gain black screen will give you 16-17fl.