I currently have a Panasonic 1080p 40inch TV and I mainly use it for gaming and streaming content. For gaming I'm most often on xbox one X and ps4 for some exclusives. For streaming I'm either using netflix/twitch/YouTube etc on xbox1x or streaming from my surface Pro to the xbox using plex media server. I want to upgrade to a 4k HDR TV. Currently if I'm playing a casual story based sort of game I'll be back chilling on my bed while I play. If I'm playing a competitive shooter or something then I'm in my gaming chair and closer to the TV. The thing is I don't have much space in the room and the configuration at the mo means the TV is above and tilted down towards me a bit. Currently it's too hard to play fps games etc from the bed and perhaps a little too close to play from the gaming chair. I'll be getting a wall mount to move the TV further back and hopefully helping with this issue but it's the reason I'm unsure of whether to go for a 55 inch TV or just a 50 inch. 55 might be too wide for where I'm sitting. I have a surface Pro on my desk that outputs to two 24 inch side by side mounted monitors so I'm intending to wall mount the TV above them. So when I went to jb I was going to look at the tcl c6 55 inch that's on special for $999. The TV guy there talked me towards a Samsung 50 inch(ru7100) instead because of the higher refresh rate to handle the motion better. It was 300 bucks more but the difference was pretty noticeable so now I'm unsure about the tcl. I want nice looking 4k hdr gaming but I don't have a lot of money so this is about the extent of my price range. I have checked out some reviews of the Samsung but the viewing angles wasn't great and because of my weird space problem I'll have the tv tilted down and I'm just hoping this won't be too much of an issue(it should be pretty direct to where I'm sitting, I think :/)
So do you think the Samsung ru7100 50 inch would be the best idea? Are there any other 4k hdr TVs that you would recommend around this price point?
Open to all suggestions I really just want to make sure I don't overlook something crucial and make the wrong purchase. Any help would be greatly appreciated.