cant believe they make it a hardware thing to support dolby vision and atmos when it is a software thing. people like me stuck with the old model where the hardware is perfectly capable of vision and atmos, except it does not have licence to play it
The benchmark app may not recognize the new CPU chip well. It may take time for FW to get mature to utilize the full potential of the new CPU.
That being said the highlight of the new 2019 compared to the 2017 version, should not be on the performance increase, rather it should be Dolby Vision support, and Dolby Atmos support for Netflix. You can say that two limitations are the major shortcomings of the 2015/2017 version. The new remote is also better than the old one.
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