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Yes, I am aware that you were joking.Well, I was joking obviously, but having 4000 nits is pretty close. And Samung will add more. Old 120 nits TVs were visible in daylight just fine, but somehow for OLED (<800 nits on the first series) you apparently need to be in a dark room...(no you don't, not even close)
As I understand it, having a peak brightness of 4000 nits or more is better for HDR. The entire screen would not be that bright all at once.