So, you’ve figured out what size TV you need and you’re all set for making a big purchase — a brand new TV for your living room or maybe your den. Whatever you’re thinking of buying, you certainly don’t want to spend more money than is necessary on anything. That’s why we’ve highlighted all the best TV deals currently around. That includes all the major brands like LG, Samsung, Sony, and more. We’ve also considered different price ranges as not everyone will want to spend a fortune on a new TV, plus you might simply be looking for a smaller TV for a spare room or similar. Read on while we take you through the highlights.
LG makes some of the best TVs around making it an easy brand to recommend to most people. It sells a wide range of different products so you can buy an inexpensive 4K TV from the company as well as high-end OLED TVs with the latest technology. The C3 and G3 range are the most up-to-date but there are often some great discounts on the A and B ranges if you want an OLED TV without spending so much. webOS and its Magic Remote make browsing for content super simple too.
- LG 55-inch UQ70 4K TV —
- LG 48-inch A2 OLED TV —
- LG 65-inch 80 Series QNED 4K TV —
- LG 65-inch C3 Series OLED TV —
- LG 65-inch G3 Series OLED TV —
TCL is a good TV brand for anyone seeking value for money. It focuses on regular 4K TVs along with QLED panels as well. The latter is a good way of enjoying better picture quality without spending as much as you might on an OLED panel. It’s good for gaming too. TCL also continues to sell some HD TVs so if you want a basic TV for a child’s bedroom or even your kitchen, you’re in luck.
- TCL 40-inch S3 1080p HD TV —
- TCL 65-inch Q5 Series QLED TV —
- TCL 65-inch Q7 Series QLED TV —
- TCL 85-inch Q6 Series QLED TV —
- TCL 75-inch QM8 Series Mini-LED QLED TV —
Sony tends to offer more expensive TVs than most. That means you get the latest technology like OLED panels and some impressive cinematic functionality so you get more of a home cinema experience as you view. It also has TVs with PlayStation 5 exclusive features so you can get even more out of your gaming time. With Sony TVs a little more expensive than the competition, it’s useful to be able to reap discounts on them by checking out the Sony TV deals going on. Consider a Sony TV as a great investment which will last you a long time going forward while making everything look better than before.
- Sony 55-inch X77L 4K TV —
- Sony 48-inch XR A90K OLED TV —
- Sony 65-inch XR A75L OLED TV —
- Sony 65-inch XR A80L OLED TV —
- Sony 75-inch XR X93L Mini-LED 4K TV —
Vizio offers a reasonable mixture of cheap and cheerful HD TVs while also having its V-Series range which is perfect for gaming purposes. If you’re on a tight budget, Vizio is a great brand to consider because it still often adds features that you might not get elsewhere in this price range. They might not be as widely available as other brands here but don’t see that as a slight on the company — Vizio are dependable and often provide good QLED panels.
- Vizio 32-inch D-Series FHD Smart TV —
- Vizio 43-inch V-Series 4K TV —
- Vizio 50-inch V-Series 4K TV —
Samsung is one of the big three of TV brands alongside Sony and LG. In recent times, it’s expanded its QLED range to also have OLED TVs so you have plenty of options available to you. In all cases, you get a high-end experience with even its cheaper 4K TVs looking stylish and appealing. Its TVs use Tizen OS with many people liking the experience.
- Samsung 65-inch CU7000 4K TV —
- Samsung 65-inch Q80C QLED TV —
- Samsung 65-inch S90C OLED TV —
- Samsung 75-inch The Frame QLED TV —
- Samsung 83-inch S90C OLED TV —
Buying a new TV is a major purchase. Even if you’re buying a cheaper 4K TV, it’s still a large part of your home so you want to get it right. Starting out, it’s important to think about what your budget is. TVs can be pretty cheap these days but they can also be very expensive if you want to spend a lot, so narrow things down by working out your price range. From there, think about what size of TV you need and check that it’ll fit well and look good in your living space. Big is great but not if it clutters up your home and makes things look awkward.
Once you’ve got those two essentials out of the way, think about what features you want. Read up on OLED and QLED technology and figure out which sounds most attractive to you. Also, see if there’s a particular operating system, voice asisstant support, or similar extras that sound good to you. If you plan on watching a lot of movies, a dedicated film mode could be useful while high refresh rates are great for gamers or fans of fast-moving action. Look out for terms like Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision if you’re keen to enjoy a more cinematic experience, both aurally and visually.
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