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Combined with an advanced QLED TV, the new Samsung Q950 offers. It is sophisticated.
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It has got plenty of features to offer, but it won’t be the best fit for everyone.
If you’re looking for a 4K smart TV, for instance, you might consider benefits such as built-in Google Cast – but you might also just want to know what streaming services it works with.
In multiple ways, it is similar to what manufacturers are doing themselves with TV UIs – Samsung’s Tizen, Roku TV, or LG’s WebOS.
The Home button on your remote takes you to an easy-to-navigate screen of app icons with shortcut tiles that send you straight to videos or shows that Google thinks you’ll like. This is hit and misses and seems to simply browse the most recent additions to streaming services.
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The search works across Google’s apps and can be useful. For example, if you search for the famous movie Incredibles 2, it will show you how much it costs to rent the movie from Google Play and also relevant clips from YouTube.
You can also access the Assistant for controls such as “play the next episode” and “rewind ten minutes”.
If you’ve added home gadgets to the Home app, you can simply use voice commands like “turn the living room lights on” via the remote or your smartphone.
Sony 2019 TV line-up
The new Sony smart TV 2019 line-up includes 4K OLED, 4K LCD, and 8K LCD TVs.
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4K remains the substructure of the 2019 line-up and the technical building blocks for Sony’s 4K TVs were laid a few years back so for some buyers, the overall themes here will be familiar.
Sony’s OLED TV features the unique ‘Acoustic Surface’ audio technology that uses the OLED panel as a speaker membrane.
This is possible by placing actuators behind the one-layer panel. According to Sony, the big advantage is that sound comes directly at you from the screen – and the person speaking.
Sony is not alone in partnering with Apple but the company finds itself in a strange and interesting situation. For the first time, Google’s Android TV platform and Apple’s TV features will be put into practice on the same TV.
Sony comes with a built-in Chromecast as well as apps such as Amazon, Netflix, HBO, and YouTube. Additional apps, and games, can simply be downloaded from the Google Play store.
For video enthusiasts, Sony offers auto-calibration via the CalMAN software but you will need the right equipment.
The company is also highlighting the ‘Netflix Calibrated Mode’ that Netflix’s picture experts have tuned to match the mastering studio reference. You will only be able to use this mode inside the built-in Netflix app.
- Have built-in Chrome Cast
- Easy to setup
- Good speed
- Better universal search than others
- Clean layout
LG NanoCell 9 Series
The LG NanoCell 9 Series is one of its kind in the smart TV market. This includes the addition of the Alpha a7 II processors and the much-enhanced WebOS with ThinQ smart platform, which make this not only one of the smartest – but also one of the best – LED TVs LG has ever produced.
If you’re looking for a beautiful LED screen for your living room that’s also supremely smart and upscale content well, LG’s top-tier NanoCell screen is the best and rock-solid choice.
This new LG series is a robust package, but also a pretty expensive one, as the LG 65SM9500PUA is $2,499.
The nearly equivalent LG 65SM9800PLA sells for £2,599 in the UK and, if you’re down under, the LG 65SM9450PTA sells in Australia for AU$5,399 – though the latter has not yet adopted the NanoCell monicker and is still billed as a Super UHD screen.
- Its size is 65-inches
- Contains amazingly accurate colors
- Contains Alpha a7 II processor
- Its WebOS is better than ever
Samsung TV 2020 QLED & LED
Samsung as being the world’s biggest seller of television has got a lot of ground to cover and this is where it starts.
It has revealed only one of the three 2020 QLEDs so far, and it’s a real beauty.
The Q950TS has top-of-the-range AI processing, a near-invisible bezel for an expansive 99% screen design, and as well as an innovative OTS+ surround sound speaker system built into the frame of the television.
HDR10+ is a given too. If you want an 8K TV this year and there aren’t any cash issues then this is likely the set you want.
Samsung as being the world’s largest TV manufacturer, makes a wide range of smart TVs with its excellent Tizen OS platform, from affordable small TVs and HD goggle boxes to premium 4K QLEDs with dazzling brightness and crystal-sharp displays.
- Its crisper upscaling brings out more detail and sharper edges
- Audio changes include a new Object Tracking Sound technology for its 4K QLEDs
- It contains Samsung SmartThings for connecting to other smart home devices
- They offer Bixby Voice Assistant
- They also feature the OneConnect box, which outsources all of your HDMI
TCL 6-Series QLED Roku TV
The TCL 6-Series has changed the home entertainment space.
It contains high-end features like Dolby Vision support, full-array panels, and Wide Color Gamut available to consumers at a third of the cost of high-end TVs.
The new TCL 6-Series QLED is available for you in two sizes – the 55-inch TCL 55R625 that costs $599.99 and the 65-inch TCL 65R625 that costs $799.99.
It’s a surprise to see this year’s 55-inch model which is around $50 cheaper than last year’s 55-inch 6-Series TV while the 65-inch version is $200 cheaper than the 65-inch version last year.
Somehow TCL continues to drive down the price of its screens, making its 65-inch and 55-inch 4K TVs more reasonably affordable for everyone.
The TCL 6-Series QLED isn’t the most beautifully-designed TV we’ve ever seen despite scoring some huge points in the performance department.
For lack of a better word, we would describe it as industrial it’s all brushed chrome around the outside bezel with a small logo along the bottom edge of the screen near the IR receiver.
- It’s thicker than most screens at this price point because it’s using a full-array panel
- the LED lights are located throughout the screen rather than just on the edges
- it contains four HDMI 2.0 ports with HDCP 2.2, one USB 2.0 port, a 3.5mm Headphone Jack, and Digital Optical-In
- Roku TV has a laser-precision focus on delivering nearly every known streaming service
Panasonic GZ1500 4K OLED TV
Panasonic’s OLED story is seriously enthralling. The plasma TV technology that OLED ended up succeeding was pioneered by the Japanese brand while the picture processing it’s developed for the last few OLED generations has been tuned for accuracy by various Hollywood colorists.
Most alluring of all, professional film and TV grading studios have started using Panasonic’s consumer OLED TVs as their pro mastering screens which means that you can buy a screen at retail price, then watch a film or TV show that was mastered on that very model.
Panasonic’s mid-range OLED TV chooses subtlety and elegance over flashiness and glamour. And there’s nothing wrong with that.
The slim black frame around the screen sits low on a heavy-duty but not especially obtrusive metal plate stand, while a built-in soundbar is so well integrated into the TV’s bottom edge that it only adds an inch to the frame’s height which gives it a fine look.
The screen is barely a centimeter deep at its extremes too; even if the larger sections of the rear casing stick out more than most OLED rivals. It’s a dauntingly heavy TV too, once its meaty stand has been attached.
- It delivers beautifully cinematic, subtle, involving, and immaculate pictures
- Gives coruscating picture quality
- Offers great audio quality
- It has got Uniquely flexible HDR support
- It holds Built-in Dolby Atmos decoding
Vizio P-Series Quantum X
The Vizio P-Series Quantum X delivers arguably the best image quality in its price range, plus a host of smart features.
Everybody knows that great TVs are becoming cheaper and, at this point, we would argue that a large portion of new TV buyers doesn’t need to spend much more than $500 or $600 on a good screen thanks to models like the new Hisense H8F or TCL 6-Series which offer incredible value for money.
65 inches is a whole lot of TV, and you’ll want to make sure that you have a TV stand or entertainment center big enough to even help you support it in the first place.
The legs themselves sit a little more than 50 inches apart from one another, which is almost the width of the whole TV. So at the bare minimum, we recommend only buying this TV if you have a space to put it.
The Vizio P-Series Quantum X 65 is a beautifully and elegantly designed TV. It’s much thinner than you might expect, coming in at around 2 inches at its thickest, which is surprisingly thin for an LCD TV originally.
The Vizio P-Series Quantum X also has stunningly thin bezels, with sleek metallic legs, and it should look right at home in any living room that’s big enough. The Ins and outs will be found on the right side, with some being right-facing and some bottom-facing.
- It delivers an excellent image
- The picture and image result is super bright
- It contains stunning and smart features
- The remote is elegantly well-designed
- It is worth 1,651$
4K Amazon Fire TV Edition
Amazon has put on display a new Amazon Fire 4K TV set ahead of Amazon Prime Day 2019, and it has Dolby Vision, Alexa, and an HD antenna for local channels all baked into the TV which is incredible!
The Amazon Fire TV Edition is out with Dolby Vision, as it’s officially called, pairs a big-screen television with a smooth and polished Fire TV interface backed by Alexa voice commands, and marks the first time we’ve seen Dolby Vision on an Amazon Fire TV Edition screen.
Amazon has partnered with Insignia and Toshiba to release over 20 Amazon Fire TV Edition screens, although these are the first to support Dolby Vision.
The thing which makes this all the more interesting is that Amazon has a large library of HDR10+ content, a rival to Dolby Vision, and has been seen as a leader in that category.
It’s not yet clear how this new batch of TVs will affect Amazon’s plan to support more of that content in the future.
- It offers a high dynamic range format
- It supports Dolby Version
- The TV has an Amazon Fire TV stick
- The size of the screen is from 50-55 inches
- The price ranges from 329$-449$
Insignia 43-Inch 4K Fire TV Edition
Vizio TVs are quite well known for the cost- and the cord-cutting crowd and for that, the credit goes to the low prices and a good number of free content options that come built into the company’s smart TVs.
The Vizio P-Series 65-inch P65-F1 is the best of the bunch. The 4K panel offers 120-Hz refresh rates, brilliant backlighting with local dimming, and an impressive number of HDMI ports for connecting and hooking up your other devices.
This set also provides great picture quality and HDR support, including Dolby Vision.
Vizio doesn’t have a voice assistant so you would have to give up on that and you’ll get only a limited selection of local apps.
But with built-in Chromecast supporting thousands of apps and easy content sharing from your phone or tablet, there is still plenty of wealth of content for people who are ditching their cable or satellite subscriptions.
The set is 43-inches measures 38.2 x 22.5 x 3.2 inches without the stand and weighs a manageable 19.6 pounds, making it small enough for one person to assemble and move easily.
The attached stand consists of two feet, and the plastic feet are a little bulky. Itself the TV is fairly thick, with a quite rounded chassis. On the back panel, there is a four-hole pattern for a standard 200 x 200-millimeter VESA mount.
- It is an affordable 4K Smart Television
- It supports high dynamic range (HDR)
- This edition has Alexa voice assistant built-in
Sony X950G 75-inch
The Sony X950G 75-inch is one of the largest TVs in the market and it joins a growing selection of 4K TVs that go above and beyond the 65-inch screen size that has become today’s standard.
Many people will be attracted to this model for the screen size alone, but it also happens to be one of the best TVs you can buy.
With the 75-inch model coming in at $3,299, this is a premium TV, but Sony considers the X950G more of a mid-range model. One of the reasons to speculate this is that models like the Sony Master Series A9F OLED cost more when comparing similar sizes.
Nonetheless, this TV goes head to head with the top models from big companies like Samsung and Vizio, and it offers strong and reliable performance for both the size and price.
Sony’s Bravia TVs are almost always sleek, elegant, and attractive, but the X950G manages to add extra panache. While viewing from the front, you’ll see that the TV’s nearly bezel-less design has metallic borders and a wide chin below the screen along with the same metal finish in a different shade. This gives the TV a nice and smart two-tone look.
The backside is made of black plastic along with a textured surface and matte finish.
- Offers a sleek design with built-in cable management
- Contains strong feature set
- Provides built-in Chromecast
- The remote control is much improved
SunBriteTV Veranda Series
Today’s best Televisions are sharper and smarter than ever, but not many of them can go outside.
Thankfully, there is the SunBriteTV 55-inch Veranda (SB-V-55-4KHDR-BL), an outdoor TV that puts 4K resolution and HDR support into a weatherproof package that can withstand rain, dust, temperature extremes, and even bugs easily and efficiently.
The protective design gives the Veranda a premium price, but after testing the TV and viewing it indoors and out it is worth the expense as the best outdoor TV we’ve seen.
If you take a look at the physical design of the outdoor-oriented Veranda, this TV is a fortress, not a fashion plate. It’s all about protection, and style comes in a distant second.
The TV cabinet had built like a tank, with powder-coated aluminum instead of the lightweight plastics and fancy finishes seen on premium indoor sets that do justice to its worth.
The front and back halves of the cabinet have bolted together and sealed against moisture and dirt to give it a tough finishing. It is also all enclosed, with no vents that might let in dust, bugs, or salty ocean air.
- It gives a solid 4K performance with HDR support
- Holds a rugged outdoor design
- It gives out a strong performance in picture and sound