It's time to upgrade your televisions! Check out these feature-rich televisions on our list. They will deliver stunning UHD on your favorite tv shows, sports, and movies, Plus, they offer smart capabilities for streaming online content and excellent value-focused options.
#3: LG C7 OLED
This TV HDR support for both Dolby Vision and HDR10. You will get infinite contrast ratios with true blacks and those HDR highlights can look much brighter than on an LCD with the technically higher output. Plus, it delivers a 120 Hz refresh rate, wide viewing angles, and accurate images in a thin design.
#2: Sony X900E
This high-quality TV is available in 49-inch or 75-inch sizes. It offers a 120 Hz panel, almost HDR content that WCG support that can produce highlights that approach 900 nits. Its 120 Hz refresh rate displays motion well with TV, movies, and sports, and Android TV provides a full array of streaming apps along with voice search. It uses a full array local dimming backlight seems to have 45 zones, allowing for good dimming of darker areas of the screen. Its Android TV is slower to respond. Unfortunately, the remote is not backlit.
#1: TCL 55P607
This TV has 72 zones of full array local dimming that provides deep blacks without washing out shadows and also produces bright HDR highlights. Its HDR support covers both HDR10 and Dolby Vision protocols. It has a remote with a built-in headphone jack for listening without disturbing others. Its preset movie modes can get good picture quality and its iOS and Android app offer to do more advanced image calibration. This TV has Ultra HD resolution, it supports HDR, WCG, HDR standards HDR10 and Dolby Vision. It offers outstanding HDR highlights that approach 600 nits, around six times brighter than anything you’ve typically been able to see on a TV before. In local dimming, it produces an average contrast ratio of 7,000:1 on an ANSI test pattern. It uses a Roku remote control only with a volume control added to the side. Its game mode lowers the input lag with 1080p signals to under 15 ms which is less than one frame with a 60 Hz game. Gamers can possibly won't notice it.