Yeah, most panels are LG and now a few Samsung. Won’t get another Samsung after having their Plasma and LED sets. They like to spike their images and I couldn’t get either of them to ever look quite right to me.
For those game enthusiasts, LG is the way to go for the best resolution and VRR support. For those wanting amazing picture processing, Sony is the way to go.
While Sony supports DTS, LG and Samsung currently do not support DTS at all. Both LG and Sony support Dolby Vision but not HDR10+. Samsung supports HDR10+ but not Dolby Vision.
Samsung and Sony sets have ATSC3.0 tuners while LG has yet to release a TV with an ATSC3.0 tuner. The upcoming G3 will supposedly have one and support DTS as well.
It seems the Samsung and Sony QD sets have raised blacks in ambient light. Something to consider when deciding on a set and the room in which it will reside.
Most TVs are displayed in store on a wall these days and many don’t realize that on a stand, some new TVs will lean back slightly. It’s worth investigating if that is a deal breaker.
My LG C1 77” EVO is not perfect and has many non image related issues. But, it amazes when displaying quality images. I can’t say enough about the picture when gaming on it or watching 4K HDR content. Wow.
Not exclusive to any particular TV brand