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Top 10 most popular TVs on which.co.uk

With reviews of more than 100 TVs in 2018, from 32 to 65-inch TVs made by leading brands, including Samsung and LG, we look at which are the most popular.

Is screen burn on OLED TVs worth worrying about?

Screen burn can ruin your viewing experience and the problem isn't covered by your warranty, but is it a common issue and should you avoid OLEDs?

High end OLEDs, QLEDs and LCD TVs from LG, Panasonic and Samsung reviewed

We put high-end TVs from LG, Panasonic and Samsung to the test. Will Panasonic's OLED TX-55FZ952B or the Samsung QE55Q8CN emerge on top in our tests?

LG and Samsung TV prices plummet by up to £1,500 after just a few months on sale

New TVs from Sony, Panasonic, LG and Samsung are all pricey at launch, but our research has found that the price drops significantly in a matter of weeks.

LG 43-inch TVs tested: can they beat bigger Samsung and Sony sets?

We've tested new 43-inch sets from LG. With Samsung, Sony and LG all focusing on bigger sets, are these small but popular models up to scratch?

2018: the year TV voice control got useful

With no bump in resolution, TV manufacturers looked elsewhere for desirable features. Voice control may seem like a novelty, but it's actually very useful

LG 32-inch TVs reviewed: can they match big screen sets?

The quality of 32-inch TVs has waned, so the odds are stacked against the LG 32LK6100PLB and 32LK6200PLA. Find out if either is a rare 32-inch Best Buy

How to buy the best TV for the 2018 World Cup

If you're buying a TV to watch the footie or anything else then there's more to consider than just picture and sound quality. Here's what to look out for.

Currys PC World says ‘Get your TV for Free’: what’s the catch?

Currys' new promotion could get you a free TV and features deals on 2017 TVs. Find out how you could win and if the TVs on offer are worth your money.

Rip-off Britain: LG and Samsung TVs cost far more in the UK

LG's new OLED TVs are much more expensive in the UK than they are in other EU countries. Is that the same for Samsung sets and is it worth importing?

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