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Sony’s A95K OLED is a stunner of a flagship 4K TV. Beautifully designed and offering high brightness HDR with extreme color depth, it makes full use of its innovative QD OLED panel.
The Sony X95J takes what we loved about the X90J and adds X-Anti-Glare technology and a higher peak brightness.
Gamers looking for a purpose built 4K television that won’t break the budget will appreciate the Hisense U7G Series.
For its first TV, Amazon’s Omni TV delivers decent 4K HDR images that help it stand out in a crowded market.
The Samsung The Frame TV for 2021 remains a great set for those that crave fashion as much as function.
Hisense pulled out all the stops for its flagship U9DG Dual Cell ULED, but it might’ve gone too far with its color saturation.
It’s not totally flawless, but the TCL 6-Series with Mini LED is everything you could possibly expect from a 2020 $650 4K TV.
Admirable in a number of ways, but once you notice its shortcomings they’re hard to ignore.
It's time at the top of the TV best-of lists has come to an end, but the LG CX OLED was exceptional for its time.