The Best TV’s You Can Buy Right Now

The latest and greatest televisions have exploded onto the market, reaching countless of shelves across the globe, making it the most ideal time to purchase a brand-new set. While most will come equipped with new technology, others will boast with magnificent designs that will see you stop dead in your tracks to admire it from every angle, even if the display is switched off.

This also means that all the previous models from a particular manufacturer will see a significant decrease in terms of their price, but that doesn’t mean that you should avoid the latest models that just hit the shelves. The latest additions will undoubtedly feature eye-popping HDR and 4K resolution, making it extremely difficult to decide which television set you should buy for the next few years. Fortunately, we are here to help, ensuring you make a more informed decision before exhausting your bank account on a marvelous new addition to your home.

LG C8-Series OLED TV: $2,500 – $3,500

The entire range of OLED TV’s from LG features phenomenal picture quality as each and every one of them utilize the same panel. The only difference between them all include the price tag and the screen sizes. The 77-inch model is undoubtedly a bit expensive for most customers, but the 55-inch and the 65-inch models are perfect at $2,500 and $3,500 respectively. For this price tag, you’ll receive a vibrant 4K Ultra HD picture quality with unbelievable contrast along with the latest HDR options.

Samsung Q9FN QLED TV: $3,800 – $6,000

When Samsung initially talked about how QLED would be a serious competitor for the OLED, we were obviously quite skeptical. However, the 2017 model was hands down the best LCD screen to date and their latest Q9FN just further impresses in 2018 with incredible HDR picture quality along with the deepest blacks you’ve ever seen. The off-angle picture has also seen some improvements and the overall design quality is absolutely stunning, hence the increase in price.

Vizio P-Series HDR TV: $1,200

For years, Vizio has been the top pick for those that want a solid colour performance along with deep contrast without breaking the bank. In recent years, the top-tier television from this upcoming manufacturer has really stepped up, offering outstanding features both on the inside and outside. The P-Series now provides a bezel-less frame along with elegant leg stands that truly sets it apart.

TCL 6-Series Roku HDR TV: $650 – $1,000

If you are looking for a great budget alternative that features the latest HDR technology along with a top-quality panel, the TCL is another fantastic option to consider. With 96 local dimming zones in the 55-inch model and 120 in the 65-inch model, the overall contrast is truly impressive when you take into account that this is an LCD. It essentially features everything that the high-end TV’s have and a much cheaper price range that most can afford.