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I really really like the looks of samsung amoled phones, what is the closest 4k TV that can at least mimmick the oversaturated look that samsung phones give off? OLED tv's are out of the question too much money i got about 800 bucks to spend and would prefer a set 43-50".

I found this on sale at best buy:
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/samsung-50-class-49-5-diag--led-2160p-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-tv-black/5185184.p?id=1219646565336&skuId=5185184

Or maybe this sony refurb?:
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sony-XBR-X830C-43-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-LED-TV-Wi-Fi-X-Reality-PRO-XBR-43X830C-/311578959382?hash=item488b8d9e16:g:GPgAAOSwGYVW-vQ8

Any input appreciated. I was originally gonna buy a 1080 gtx but i dont think any of my games i play need t hat much horsepower so gonna get a bedroom 4k tv.
 

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You're out of luck at that rice range the closest thing to OLED is HDR which is only on top of line 4k tv's
 

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Ya i kinda figured, and affordable OLED's definitely wont be out this year either and i got the money to buy now.

Can someone recommend the best 4k tv for 800 or less? Id like to wait for HDR and OLED to come down in price but i think i just need to pull trigger while i got extra income to do so lol.
 

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Does anyone know for sure what TV's support HVEC 265 codec as well as VP9? I almost pulled the trigger on a vizio but luckily stumbled upon a video showing it could not stream 4k youtube videos which is pretty ridiculous as there is a ton of 4k content on there. After doing research it seems TV's need that VP9 codec and a lot of them dont have it. I know sony TV's do but i have no idea who else does. I would have been so upset if i got that vizio home, man im glad i stumbled across that information lol.
 
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