The Samsung Q60T QLED is a decent budget QLED buy, even if there are inevitable compromises.
Browse Televisions brands
Hisense's 65SX Dual Cell TV delivers near-OLED black levels, impressive brightness and excellent audio, but is hampered somewhat by occasional artifacting.
Thanks to its incredible brightness and FALD display, the Samsung Q90T is versatile enough for both a darkened home theater or ultra-bright living room.
Panasonic’s GZ2000 is the best OLED TV you can’t afford to buy right now, with a Pro Edition OLED panel, Dolby Atmos sound system and IQ-enhanced universal HDR.
The rotating Samsung Sero TV is able to present both landscape and portrait content, meaning you can be watching Netflix one minute and scrolling through TikTok the next.
Sony's stellar mid-range model makes a big improvement in the audio department but two crucial design decisions keep it from being one of the best TVs of 2020.
The 65NANO906 marks LG’s most concerted effort yet to fix its LCD issues and win AV fans to its cause.
Updated Pining for an OLED but put out by the price? The LG C8 OLED has everything you want for a lot less than you'd expect.