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Samsung’s smallest, most affordable 4K TV of all wants to snare Black Friday bargain-hunters with its big spec and big-brand cachet. Is it too affordable to be true?
With best-in-class upscaling, 4K picture processing and a respectable gaming performance, Sony’s A9G/AG9 is a screen to lust after.
The LG C9 is a triumph of TV technology that offers significantly improved performance thanks to the addition of artificial intelligence.
The Samsung Q60R QLED TV might share the QLED monicker, but it doesn’t share the performance.
The Samsung Q80R is a tempting alternative to the brand’s more expensive range-topping screens.
The Hisense H9F is putting the heat on the likes of Vizio and TCL in the budget TV price range.
Updated The Samsung Q70 QLED is a midrange TV with a direct backlight and local dimming, resulting in an excellent picture performance.
Updated Hisense's 65SX Dual Cell TV delivers near-OLED black levels, impressive brightness and excellent audio, but is hampered somewhat by occasional artifacting.