OLED TV: Good Image and Burn-in, should I buy it?


If you decide to buy an LCD-based display TV, there is no doubt that you may face the problem of OLED screen burn-in. But at the same time, you also get the best image quality. Here are some key points you need to keep in mind about OLED TVs


1. First, OLED TVs may age, but if you use them normally, it is unlikely to happen.

2. The "aging" phenomenon on most OLED TVs is actually image residue, which will disappear after a few minutes.

3. It is almost certain that image residue will be seen long before the image is permanently aged.

The difference between image residue and aging is that image residue is temporary and will disappear in time. But aging is permanent, and it will not disappear.

4. In general, aging is something to be aware of, but not something to worry about.

With long-term use of the TV screen, OLED displays may show slight visual changes, including "image residue" or "aging". Even after a new image appears on the screen, the display will show a slight image residue. This can occur in more extreme cases, such as when displaying the same high contrast image continuously for a long period of time.

Therefore, while OLED TVs can experience screen burn-in, this is under extreme use of the TV. Compared to OLED's excellent color detail display, these issues are not much to worry about.

For more details about OLED TV, refer to QD-OLED vs. LCD vs. OLED vs QLED Pros and Cons, QD-OLED vs. LCD vs. QLED vs. OLED, what's the difference

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