A sidebar here - there's also the issue of eye perception. Not everyone perceives vision the same way. Clarity, color, brightness and contrast perception vary by individual, sometimes to significant extents. There's a reason people wear glasses - it's to correct their perception of the world. Is it "correct"? Actually, probably not, it's just better than it used to be. What to one person can be a wonderfully stable picture, to another can be a vibrating juttering mess. I personally have issues with refresh rates, in the hi-res CRT monitor days anything under 74Hz was like watching a pulsating band or bright blob scan across the screen, while a colleague was perfectly happy with those same settings. I have friend who has significantly degraded color sensitivity between R&G, he's close to color blind, but can still sense bright reds of certain shades. That samsung might actually look better to him.
Me? I happen to despise sharpening, motion blur, and anything that produces artifacts/banding in the signal. As HD came in, and cable providers compressed the hell out of it - I moved to different providers and eventually dropped cable/satellite entirely - opting for OTA and a personal video library rather than dealing with various degradations in my viewing experience.
This is so true, everyone perceive colors,contrast,brightness,sharpness,motion differently. No one have the exact perception, even woman's have better color vision than mens, they can see more shades of colors than mens. Thanks for bringing this up 👍🏻.
I have brightness sensitivity