The 10 Best TVs
Searching for a screen upgrade? From 8K behemoths to 4K bargains, these are the best TVs you can buy right now.
Sky-high picture performance that justifies the uber-premium price – the Samsung QE65QN95A is a fearsomely accomplished TV and (for now, at least) the one to beat.
Is this LG’s best-ever OLED TV? Probably. Which means it’s about as good an OLED TV as we can remember seeing
Philips 48OLED+935 4K HDR OLED
There are mild downsides to the OLED+935, but none of them involve the pictures it delivers or the sound it makes
Samsung 75Q950TS 8K QLED
Hmm, £8K for 8K with no native content and questionable sound… but no other 75in TV looks quite so elegant
We’re not surprised, because we realise LG knows exactly what it’s doing with this technology. What we are is impressed.
Philips OLED 805/855
Let there be Ambilight
At a glance, that price might seem optimistic – but everything the Sony does, it does to a dizzily high standard, and in the end the price seems absolutely fair enough.
As much television as most people will ever need, at a price most people will consider reasonable. Don’t forget to budget a few quid for a soundbar, though
Sony takes its winning OLED formula and shrinks the screen-size without affecting performance in the slightest
Hisense A7200G Roku TV
Not perfect, no – but a perfectly good way to get a biggish screen at a little price.