They don't cost much more than high-end 4K sets, so should you be rushing out and buying an LG or Samsung 8K TV? We tested some to find out.
There's still demand for smaller TVs, demand not matched by the quality of what's on offer. But our research has found that many people would be better served by a larger TV.
High-end and high-priced OLED and QLED TVs tend to grab headlines and advertising budget, but what about the cheaper ranges people actually buy? We've detailed the key differences between the cheapest models from LG, Samsung and Sony, so you can see which is best,
LG's new smaller OLED should be a perfect fit for anyone looking at OLED quality, but not wanting a 55-inch TV. How well does OLED tech translate into a smaller screen and can the OLED48CX6LB justify its high price?
Not everyone likes to have big black rectangle dominating their living room when they aren't watching TV, which is why LG and Samsung are making TVs that look like painting instead. Here's what we think of the gallery design LG OLED GX range and Samsung's Frame and Serif TVs.
Top-tier OLEDs, high-end NanoCell LCD TVs and entry-level 4K sets have all been tested. Did LG manage to get consistent quality across all its lines or did we find some standouts?
OLEDs are expensive and, well, they still are, but they are cheaper than ever. Popular, top-tier models now sit just above the £1,000 mark, but with LG, Panasonic and Sony all having similarly priced OLEDs, which one should you buy?
Our latest TV tests put Samsung under the spotlight as we tried out its cheapest and smallest 4K set, the UE43TU7000 alongside one of its biggest and most expensive, the 65-inch QE65Q95T. Was the gulf in quality as wide as the gulf in price?
OLEDs were 55 inches or larger until now. The LG OLED48CX6LB is here, but it's not cheap. We weigh on whether this pricey 48-inch TV is worth a look.
OLEDs aside, Sony's TVs haven't been close to the quality of what LG and Samsung have been producing, but with more attention being paid to the areas where its TVs have struggled in the past we were hopeful for some top-tier LCD sets in 2020. Here's how they did.