I only use Freeview for Tv, and not Netflix or DVD's. New TV's are being offered with 4K, but no Freeview channels have it. Therefore if I buy a new TV is 4g a waste? Also I note that some Smart TV's do not offer all catch up channels - salesmen are slow to point this out.
Screen 43" but with no 4K on Freeview it seems a waste to buy one. My current LG smart TV only has BBC iPlayer for catch up, and I have never in 3 years used the 3 D function. I was considering a TV for another room - Samsung have a greater range of catch up apps.
I will green tick as I have found no credible 4K source for my viewing - my download speed is only 7 - 8 mbps so even if I wanted Netflix , one needs 15 - 25 mbps to get 4K.Also my screen size is only about 43" or thereabouts
With a full HD TV and a cheap Freesat box I honestly can't think of how the picture can be enhanced further. You can see any blemishes on a person's face, each blade of grass. Set up correctly (hue, brightness and contrast) and the picture, to me, is perfect. Even DVD's show a crisp clear picture. Can't compare to Blu Ray, 4K or 3D as I've never felt the need for the technology. HD is just excellent in my humble opinion.