its a LG 55" OLED55BXPUA or 55 BX for short. its original price was $1,600 but was on sale at $1,200 for black friday week deal. i know the deal is not that big but its affordable to me. 4 years ago, a 55" B6 series cost like $2,500 or around there when it was first released and price drop to $1,800 during black friday. and that 4k B6 tv is only 4k@60 Hz while this new 4k BX series support native 4k120 and have a price drop down to $1,200 during the week of black friday. Not only that but its have 2 HDMIs 2.1 input connections that support 4K120 and 2 HDMIs 2.0 input connections that only support up to 4k60.
if you have a target red card member, you get an additional 5% off on anything you buy at target that means this tv only cost only $1,140 after 5% discount and before taxes. speaking about black friday, Vizio is dropping the 55" OLED TV down $900 from the original cost of $1,300. That is much more affordable than LG 55" BX and another $400 savings buts its not available at target though so if you are interested, you can get it at bestbuy. Here is a link to it:https://www.bestbuy.com/site/vizio-55-class-oled-4k-uhd-smartcast-tv/6416810.p?skuId=6416810
the vizio oled color, overall brightness, and processor might not be as good as lg oled but its $300 cheaper than lg bx model. not only that but like lg, these vizio oled tvs support native 4k120 sources and have 4k120 hdmi 2.1 connections. not sure if vizio all 4 hdmi connections support hdmi 2.1 which support 4k120 or only 2 of them support 4k120 like how lg bx model is though.
neither these lg and vizio models have component video inputs though but only composite video inputs. 4 days ago, when i first got this lg tv, i didn't know it doesn't come with composite video adapter that i checked my bed, then the trash can that my brother threw some of the styrofoam protectors in on the backyard, and i even checked the backseats in the car and the trunk but i couldn't find the composite video adapter. i thought maybe my middle brother accidently dropped it at target's parking lot. then i look at the instructions paper more thoroughly and i realize the picture of the composite video adapter has dash dotted lines square around it and i looked at the writing probably down below the paper and it said analog composite video adapter sold seperately. smart move lg did there, they want to make a bit more money out of consumers who wanted to connect analog composite 480i sources, they have to buy it seperatedly. so if you are planning on hooking up retro console to these tv via component connections, you are out of luck. i might buy the seperate composite adaptor to hook up either my snes system or my vcr in the nearby future though.
oh, one last thing. my brother bought a lot of movies at bestbuy and a few at target since they are on sale for the week of black friday and the sonic 4k blu ray movie he bought was only $10 at bestbuy and the original cost of it was $30 before black friday week sale. that is like 3 times the saving there i think if my math is correct. and the regular 1080p blu ray version of it was $8 compare to original price of $20 before black friday week. so if you are interested, you can check them out here on the links below:
4k bluray with hdr and wcg:https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sonic-the-hedgehog-includes-digital-copy-4k-ultra-hd-blu-ray-blu-ray-2020/6402220.p?skuId=6402220
2k blu ray:https://www.bestbuy.com/site/sonic-the-hedgehog-includes-digital-copy-blu-ray-dvd-2020/6402222.p?skuId=6402222
my brother bought them on monday after he saw i bought the oled tv that cost the cheapest on sunday.