Does how much you spend on your TV make that much difference to the quality? We've looked at all our TV reviews to see if spending more gets you a better set and reveal how good a TV you can expect to get for your budget.
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.
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?
Nothing can stop the inexorable march of new TVs and Samsung's high-end QLED TVs are appearing online. They cost far more than their 2019 counterparts, so are they worth paying more for?
Do Samsung's cheapest 4K TVs, the 7 Series, have a hope of matching the quality of QLED sets such as the Q80R and Q85R, which can set you back more than £2,000? We've reviewed Samsung sets from both end of the range to find out.
We've tested Samsung final QLED TV for 2017 and at £995 it's also the cheapest. Is the QE55Q6F worth it or should you wait and see what 2018 has in store?