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LG has truly outdone itself with the new LG CX OLED – a TV that iterates on the C9 and somehow makes it even better.
The Samsung Q950TS is no longer the latest 8K flagship, but it still packs some impressive specs – if you can afford it.
It’s not totally flawless, but the TCL 6-Series with Mini LED is everything you could possibly expect from a $650 4K TV in 2020.
Samsung The Terrace is the first outdoor TV to come from the world’s biggest TV maker, and it’s pretty notable for that reason.
Though it doesn't outshine the best 8K TVs from other manufacturers, the TCL 6-Series 8K offers us a glimpse of what an affordable 8K TV looks like.
Available in both 65- and 55-inch sizes, the Hisense U8G ULED is a 4K Android TV that includes a native 120Hz panel, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR10+ and Google assistant.
Running from ‘quite large’ to ‘absolutely huge’, Sony’s X900H/XH90 range is an accomplished watch no matter where your pictures are coming from.
The rotating Samsung Sero TV is able to present both landscape and portrait content, meaning you can be watching Netflix one minute and scrolling through TikTok the next.