Two TV titans go head to head with there top-tier 4K OLED and QLED TVs for 2020. Will LG's self-emitting OLED TVs win out, or will the backlit mastery of Samsung's quantum dot QLED sets see them to victory?
LG, Samsung and Sony are set to release a large swathe of their 2020 4K TV lineups, and some are already on sale. We compare the launch prices of these 2020 TVs with their 2019 counterparts to see if prices have dropped.
There are more 55-inch 4K TVs than any other ranging from premium sets with prices approaching £2,000 alongside models that cost less than a quarter of that. We've picked three that run the gamut of prices that we think are worth a closer look.
QLED was a consistent sign of impressive quality, but in 2019 we've found some Samsung QLED TVs that didn't live up to our expectations. See which should you avoid and find out why standards have slipped.
Nobody expects to need a new TV every two years, but Samsung's new upgrade plan could get you a new high-end QLED every 24 months. We look at whether it's worth getting a new set so soon and whether this sort of plan is bad for the environment.
With just a few weeks to go before 2019 TVs start to release we look at what Samsung has to offer, including promising upscaling technology, 43-inch high-end TVs and more.
If OLED and QLED TVs have one thing in common it's their high price, but this year LG and Samsung have released the cheapest models to date, the LG OLED55C8PLA and the Samsung QE49Q6FN, but are they any good?
Did any of the new OLED and LCD TVs from these two South Korean rivals do well enough in our lab to be called the best TV of 2018 so far?
Sony's new high-end LCD TVs have arrived, and our experts have had their hands on them. Are any of them better than the top-rated sets from 2017?
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?