LED TV Refresh Rates -- Clear Motion Rate vs Motion Rate vs Effective Refresh Rates
I had a quick question regarding the teriminology that is used... I recently purchased a Samsung UN65J6200 (2015 model and successor to the UN65H6203) LED TV which advertises a 120z "Motion Rate".
My buddy has a Samsung UN65H6203 (the 2014 model and predecessor to UN65J6200), which advertised a 240hz Clear Motion Rate..
Walmart and all other sites identify the UN65H6203 LED model as a 240hz Clear Motion rate and a 120 hz effective rate.
Samsung switched from using the term "Clear Motion Rate" to "Motion Rate" and now shows that this TV is only 60 hz on their website.
Here are my questions:
1. Is the UN65J6200 model actually worse than it's predecessor in terms of refresh rates?
2. Did Samsung purposely change the refresh rate on their website of the previous model to 60 hz to show that they improved the TV when in fact they are cutting costs by downgrading to a 120hz Motion rate (60 hz effective) for the new one?