I agree with all of the above. Also, fix the HDR gaming problem where in game HDR sliders don't work. Video detailing the problem here: https://youtu.be/iyAx7NkOM04 Samsung have given me months of run around over this. First they blame games consoles. Then tell me they acknowledge it's a problem but won't be fixing it unless more people complain. So I've gotten several people to complain but all get told different things by Samsung. Samsung have promised me call backs but call then hang up on me as soon as I answer. After threating them with legal action they finally call me and ran tests via remote access. They ended with this is a software issue and will send the fault over to their software engineers and will contact me with a final solution. Not heard from them since though. If they don't fix these issues I'll simply move over to a rival brand s flagship products instead.
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Ok, so. I'm now on my 3rd Samsung Q90R TV. All 3 have had the exact same problem. When gaming games require you to adjust the in game HDR brightness by either making a logo just disappear or by making the logo barley visible. At first you can achieve this. But for some reason it then decides it doesn't want to work, and nothing you can do will get it to work again. Example. Forza Horizon 4 HDR slider the Forza logo just disappears at 1300 nits. But then the next time it won't dissapear until you set the slider to 9000 nits, if it dissapears at all. Hitman 1000 nits. But the next time the logo cannot be made barley visible no matter where you put the slider, it remains very visible. I've tried 15 HDR games across the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X and both give the same results. One day you can set HDR brightness within the games, the next you can't no matter what you do. I've even had HDR expert Adam Fairclough, aka Evil Boris who does work for Digital Foundry and HDTVTEST try to help me, but we still couldn't get to the bottom of it. I've just now done a web search and discovered that people with the Samsung Q85R and Q70R have had the exact same problem earlier in the year. So this is clearly a problem with 2019 Qleds. And I'm shocked that Samsung still hasn't fixed the problem all this time on. These TV'S are supposed to be high end flagship models the very best that cost thousands, yet they cannot even do HDR games!! I've tried literally everything, full factory resets, new HDMI cables, correct settings, fiddling with options turning them on and off. This needs to be patched in a firmware update.
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