New HDMI formats, Apple playing nice with Samsung and IMAX quality at home, learn more about some of the new technology and features coming to Sony, LG and Samsung TVs in 2019.
CES is in full swing and the leading TV manufacturers, LG, Samsung, Panasonic and Sony and plying their wares in Las Vegas. We look at the latest high-end TVs from the four brands and see what exciting new technology is on offer in 2019.
Black Friday is almost upon us and it's a prime time to get a bargain TV. We've track the price of all the TVs we review and here we pick five that have had significant price drops already and that we think will get even cheaper on Black Friday
By displaying beautiful works of art, Samsung's Frame TV looks like an excellent solution for anyone who doesn't want a big TV being the focal point of their living room. But it's an expensive solution, so what does the Frame TV do to justify its high price?
Only Samsung makes curved TVs, but does that mean it is on to a good thing, or were LG, Panasonic and Sony smart to abandon curved screens years ago? Use our in-depth testing data we determine whether the problems that affected curved TVs in the past are still an issue.
There's still no free broadcast 4K channels, but Samsung has already launched an 8K TV. The Q900R is the UK's first and it's also the brightest TV ever released. Has Samsung jumped the gun or does the Q900R have a trick up its sleeve to make it relevant?
Can a cheap 65-inch Hisense beat a Panasonic almost twice its price, or will the Samsung QE55Q9FN beat them all? We've also surveyed our members to see what they think of these popular TV brands and whether they stayed loyal last time they upgraded their TV.
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?
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.
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?