1."HDR+" is BS Samsung marketing that means nothing. So don't worry about that. However, neither of these panels are "true HDR" as far as I know. You need certain colour ranges, peak brightness capability, and zone dimming (or pixel dimming on OLEDs) for true black levels in order to meet HDR standard. Most of these cheap sets do not meet these standards, and only advertise HDR as meaning they are compatible to receive HDR signals. But it won't properly interpret these signals to give you an actual HDR experience.djrickstar wrote: ↑Went to Costco to buy it, then saw the TCL 50" model with the same specs (4k, HDR, 120hz rr) but no HDR+ and it has Roku. For 400$, I don't know the TCL brand but 40$ for 10" more seems like a good deal.
Can't find it on the Costco Canada website but it seems to be this one: https://www.costco.com/TCL-50%22-Class- ... 57633.html
Does anyone have experience with TCL?
2. The TCL or the Samsung are almost certainly not 120hz RR. You have to pay much more for that. What you're looking at is again just marketing BS, there's "fake" RR that they call ClearMotion or whatever depending on the brand, that simulates higher refresh rates but looks like garbage. Always try to find the native refresh rate in the specs. You might have to search the model online to find out.
Remember guys, you get what you pay for and be vigilant when shopping for TV's. Use rtings.com. The consensus seems to be the cheapest real HDR TV's are TCL and Vizio from what I've seen and only their higher models, not the cheapest. Correct me if I'm wrong.