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Would you buy a TV because it is of a famous brand or would you buy it for its good picture quality?

They both different Nokia TVs. In this video I'll tell the differences between Nokia QLED TV and Nokia 4K TV 2021 range.

There is no time stamp as details shared in between is essential for you. Either watch the entire video or directly jump

to my conclusion in end. Decision is yours. Hello friends, welcome to my channel VM-One. My name is Vineet and today

I'll show a unique comparison between Nokia QLED TV and Nokia 4K TV 2021 range.

Time stamp is not given as I want you to make correct use of your hard earned money. These are not bad but you must know everything.

This 55-inch video is apt for other sizes too. Nokia QLED comes in 55 and 50-inch sizes. Nokia 4K is available in all sizes.

Kindly use my links to buy as it helps this channel. This is how we create such type of content. I'll show them side by side.

First let's discuss their differences. Nokia 4K TV with Onkyo Soundbar has very thin bezel design, metal frame and plastic body.

With thin bezels on 3 sides there is Onkyo in built soundbar at bottom with grey mesh fabric which looks premium. On right is Onkyo

and in the centre is Nokia's branding. Overall, looks are premium. Solid Metal foot stands are given for table mount. In the box comes

a wall mount kit, some paper work, a remote with batteries, and AUX to AV connector cable. This minimalist remote has Netflix,

YouTube, Google Play and Amazon Prime hotkeys with Google Assistant button. Nokia QLED TV has thin bezels on 3 sides whereas

bottom bezel is thick with Nokia, Harman and JBL branding. It has plastic frame and plastic body with piano finish (premium look).

It has down firing speakers and tweeters designed and tuned by JBL Harman. Same foot stands are given. These are solid and can carry

entire weight. Box accessories are same- wall mount kit, paper work, remote with batteries and AUX to AV connector. Remote is same

with same hotkeys (infrared and Bluetooth). Nokia Onkyo has metal and Nokia QLED has plastic frame. Frames don't matter as we see

picture quality and not the frame. They have slim design with more screen to body ratio. It'll require 3-5 minutes for complete set-up.

This is easy with a Process android phone. It has typical Android homescreen with all types of content. All OTT apps with their suggestions

are on homescreen. Scroll up and down to select the content. Apps can be customised and download via play store. They both have Android 11 OS.

They have 7.5 GB available storage. Let's talk about software, RAM and Storage. Android 11 has no significant change from Android 10 or 9.

There are no major changes. Same optimization is done with same display of apps. There is no significant improvement.

It is an average thing. But Android 11 is a heavy OS. Despite 16 GB storage there is 7.8 GB available storage. The good thing is it's

USB 2.0 and 3.0 port through which its storage can be increased via Hard drives. Listen to cons carefully during connectivity options.

Let's test them. On top is Nokia QLED TV and down is Nokia 4K TV with Onkyo Soundbar. They have 4K Ultra HD Resolution, 60Hz refresh

rate with MEMC at 60FPS. One has Nokia QLED panel and other has normal VA panel. See this carefully.

This is how we recognize a VA panel. People have asked me the difference between VA and IPS panel. Just tap on screen and if it flashes,

then it's a VA panel.These both panels are fantastic. Nokia QLED has 8 bit FRC VA DLED QLED panel with 425 nits peak HDR BRIGHTNESS.

Nokia 4K has 8 bit FRC VA DLED panel with 330 nits peak HDR brightness. Their Static contrast ratio is 5000:1. They support HDR10,

HLG and Dolby Vision. Their color optimization is amazing. Nokia QLED TV's colors actually pop out. They are perfectly saturated.

RGB (red, green and blue) are balanced. No color is over-powering. Its 410 nits brightness is average. Dark scenes look

dark and brightness is enough in bright scenes. Usually the maximum brightness appears in centre and 60-70 nits brightness decreases

at extreme side but this doesn't happen in this panel. The reduction in brightness was 20-30 nits which is very good.

Brightness is evenly distributed. Black lights are placed at correct proportions. Nokia Onkyo's picture quality is amazing

but not as good as QLED TV. QLED filter helps color to pop out. QLED TV has blue LED whereas Onkyo TV has white LED in backlight.

Blue LED doesn't over-saturate blue color. Blue colors have different properties. This white LED is good with no over-saturation.

No color is dominant. They are close to natural profile. These are good but not as good as QLED. Its brightness is 330 nits at centre.

The brightness of an average VA panel decreases by 50-60 nits on extreme sides. But the brightness of this panel only decreases

by 20-30 nits which is good. Backlight LEDs are evenly distributed. Panel provides sufficient light in Darker scenes.

This is significantly for a good picture quality. Let's do their Upscaling test. These SD channels are played via HD set-top box.

Let's test HD channels.Their Upscaling of SD and HD channels is average. No 4K TV has not amazing Upscaling of SD channels.

TV will not upscale SD channels brilliantly on 50-inch and above sizes. But Upscaling of HD channels is fantastic.

Picture quality differs due to QLED filter but the Upscaling is good. There is no motion blur in sports scenes.

Its MEMC is software based but is just normal. There is only some reduction in motion blur. This is fine as no brand

provides an external chip for MEMC in this price segment. I have shown the reduction in motion blur via dedicated MEMC chip

on my Sony TV video. Its motion blur is controlled. You'll see only one ball which is good.

Let's check Upscaling of content played via USB. This is a 720p video.

This 1080p video played via USB is amazing.

This is the sample of 4K videos played via USB.

The content was good. One major flaw- their aspect ratios can't be changed. It isn't a deal breaker for me.

The content can't be stretched over black screens in these TVs. It might be given in future software updates but I am not

sure if it'll happen or not. Right now you can't change the aspect ratio. Let's talk about video formats.

They have HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision support. HDR10 and Dolby Vision content is played amazingly on both Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Micro dimming is given in both TVs but the number of zones are not mentioned by Nokia. It is impossible to note them by anyone.

They have 'Eye protect plus' feature. This feature reduces the brightness and shows warmer colors which is good for night viewing.

Turn it on in dark places. It is a good feature but you shouldn't buy this TV for this feature.

To test OTT performance, first let's play Netflix. Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision logos can be seen as these TVs support these formats.

Dolby Vision content can be enjoyed. HDR and HDR10 content can be enjoyed due to HDR10 support. OTT content is displayed extremely

well due to HDR10 and Dolby Vision support. Colors are vibrant in QLED model. Dolby Vision will show the appropriate brightness

even in the dark scenes which is beautiful. This TV doesn't show such quality as it doesn't have QLED filter.

OTT apps can be easily downloaded via Play Store. Let's start serious level testing with the dimming test as they come with

micro dimming feature. Their dimming is good. It is not like full array panel but it is good as per the VA panel.

The halo effect is less which is good. The grey uniformity on 20%, 40%, 60%, 80% and 100% is good. This is the stress test.

Stress is put on the screen to test dimming. Both TVs perform well as per their budgets. These perform well as compared to

TVs in this price range. Let's do a proper halo test to check MEMC capabilities. There is not much halo in the blades of windmills.

Halo effect destroys the fun of watching sports. The performance of blacks is good due to good Contrast. Motion blur or halo is less.

Even after switching off motion flow, the performance is good. While watching a cricket match, 2 or 3 balls will not appear.

Brightness and colors are perfect from front but there is a slight loss in color and brightness on extreme sides.

I tried to show them on various angles. On extreme sides, there is 25% brightness and color loss as they are VA panels.

QLED filter pop ups the colors due to which there is only 15-20% color loss at extreme sides. But in Nokia Onkyo, the brightness

and color loss at extreme sides is 20-30% which is normal. Up to 60, there is no brightness and color loss.

Brands may try to mislead by giving good audio quality but I recommend you buy a TV with good picture quality.

Audio quality can be enhanced. The 60W down firing speakers and tweeters combination of JBL Harman is extremely good.

They are brilliant as they have amazing separation. The sound is distributed among both speaker channels as per the need.

This is amazing. This is not present in 48W Onkyo soundbar. These are average. They are not as good as JBL Harman's tuning.

They are down firing whereas they are front firing but there output is almost similar. Is it good or bad?

Well they both are good speakers but JBL Harman are better for sure. Listen and judge this audio test.

They have 3 HDMI ports (one is 2.1). Out of there 2 USB ports, 1 is 2.0 port and 1 is 3.0 port which is good but listen to what

I say further. It has 1 optical port, 1 LAN port, 1 headphone jack, 1 AV composite, 2 way bluetooth 5.0 and dual band wifi.

Listen carefully. Out of 3, one port is HDMI 2.1 eARC port which is not mentioned on the TV. Dolby Atmos can be passthrough via

2.1 port which is good. PlayStation and XBox can be connected. They play at 60FPS as this panel supports 60FPS only.

There both USB ports are non-functional. 2 ports are good but as soon as you plug-in a drive (any size), it will show on the TV

but the data will not be displayed. Pendrives and hardrives can't be directly read on this TV no matter what setting you change.

For that, you need to download a file explorer file from Playstore which is bad. Usually all TVs automatically read it but in

this TV, it is a software glitch. This can be treated with an OTA update. I don't when this will be corrected.

I don't know whether this bug is from Nokia's side but I think this is a bug in Android 11. Android can treat it with an OTA update

and Nokia should push this update. Now will tell the pros and cons. Pros- there biggest pro is their picture quality.

The colours are amazing particularly in QLED due to Quantum filter. The colors pop out. And in this also colors are good.

They won't disappoint you. The uniform brightness is surprising and a very good thing. There is 410 brightness in centre and

more than 370 nits brightness in the corner which is good. If is 330 brightness in centre then there will be around 300 nits

brightness in the corner which is good. You can see these leaves in dark regions which usually can't be seen in other TVs.

Its contrast is amazing. These were the pros. Another pro which can be a con too is its MEMC which doesn't work well but it

is also not needed. The motion blur is less which is good. You will see only 1 cricket ball. MEMC is a hoax.

I think it doesn't works that well and it is not needed in this TV. Their audio quality is amazing.

It is a pro bit consider it after picture quality. JBL Harman speakers are far better than Onkyo soundbar. Do consider it.

Cons- their USB ports are almost non-functional.This process is quite hectic. This is a glitch of either Nokia's software or

of Android 11. Nobody knows when will this be resolved. Nokia should adress this issue and provide an easy step to solve it.

Second, its MEMC is overly publicized. Fast moving cars don't appear butter smooth. But the cricket ball will appear one which is good.

Viewing angles are compromised due to VA panel. 25% color and brightness loss will be visible in Nokia Onkyo soundbar TV whereas

there will be 15-20% color and brightness loss in QLED TV on extreme sides. This is the basic property of a VA panel. Last but not the least,

330 nits brightness is less. Nokia has shown 400 nits but i recorded it as 330 nits and that is not sufficient.

There are more options in market better than this. We have already discussed pros and cons. Choice and money is yours.

I don't think it is a bad TV but the choice is completely yours. Who should buy these? People who want amazing picture quality

with no compromises and who are ready to spend extra should buy QLED TV. OTT apps, Dolby Vision and HDR content can be enjoyed more

on QLED TV. If you can't spend 10,000 extra but want good picture and audio quality, then you must go for this TV.

This is not a bad TV. As this is a comparison, I am just trying to tell what these TVs offer. Nokia QLED was launched for 60,000

and Nokia 4k Onkyo TV qas launched for 45,000. There prices have changed. Links are in description. Do check them.

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