Check out this roundup of five of the best new TVs out there right now.
TVs are bigger, smarter, and in most cases, cheaper than they’ve ever been. That’s great news, but it doesn’t make it any easier to choose the right one. Luckily, there are lots of helpful online reviews to guide. And we’ve made your job a whole lot easier by sifting through them to compile a list of the five best reviewed smart TVs of the year. So if you’re in the market for a new television, check out the options below.
Priced at around $550 on Amazon, the Samsung UN55RU7300FXZA is notable for its large 4K UHD curved screen, which offers a premium cinematic-quality viewing experience at home. The curve has a tendency to catch the eye even when the TV is turned off, and it’s purported to be a “surefire conversation-starter.” It’s also available at 65-inches, and both sizes are outfitted with a 4K UHD Processor that maximizes performance and picture quality. HDR and PurColor round out the experience, and the Universal Guide makes it easy to find all your favorite shows, movies, and sports easily and in one place.
Sony’s X950G 55-inch smart TV is currently priced at just under $900. Larger variants of 65, 75, and 85 inches are also available if you’re willing to pay more. But whatever size you choose, picture quality is the name of the game, here. That’s because Sony’s proprietary Full-Array Local Dimming and Boosting adjusts the brightness of your screen depending on the content you’re watching and the lighting conditions in the room. Another feature called X-Tended Dynamic Range PRO 6x increases the contrast range at levels six times higher than the average LED TV. Put in simple terms: darkness is darker and brightness brighter with this outstanding TV.
Priced a bit under $600, LG’s 55SM8600PUA Nano 8 Series smart TV is powered by the best 4K processor LG makes. For the record, that an LG a7 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor with an AI core. That what makes the amazing LQ ThinQ possible. It features Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, which turns your television into an “entertainment powerhouse.” And its NANO COLOR technology also makes the picture quality and color come alive thanks to nanometer-sized color particles. Last but not least, it also comes with both Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa.
Our second Samsung TV is priced at just $679.00. And like other Samsung TVs, it offers a visually immersive viewing experience with features like PurColor color processing and High Dynamic Range (better known as HDR). And the overwhelmingly positive reviews indicate that this is a great TV for the price.
Last but not least, we have yet another Samsung television to round out our list. It has many of the same features as the previous models we’ve mentioned, including HDR and PurColor. But it also has a much more affordable price of $347.99. But don’t let the cheap price scare you off. If you’re looking for an affordable option that still has extremely positive online reviews, this is a great choice.