So I can't guess country or such but will note CNET's TV picker at https://www.cnet.com/topics/tvs/products/oled/
You can select the 1 to 2 thousand price range and see what shakes out.
But that is not why I'm going to write. I want to warn you about your added frame. My bet is it will void your warranty since it will interfere with cooling. You might be a master maker and think it through so the frame never touches the TV and floats around the set without impacting airflow. Make it thin and just float around the set?
As to the Picture mode, sure but given the issues with image retention I would never do this.
Hi! I am looking for a television for my living room. I would prefer Oled, since that looks like the superior picture quality. I would though not want to break the bank, so $1,750 is my max budget (but I would want to go bellow that too, if possible).
I also want to use the TV as a picture frame when I am not using it (like Samsung The Frame). Would this be possible using, for instance, the LG c8, wall-mounting it and making a frame around it (myself), or do you think this would be very thick on the wall?
If yes: What other televisions do you recommend? (The Frame, or another)?