It's not always easy to justify releasing hundreds of new TVs every year, but these new features could make a big difference to the quality of TVs in 2021.
We tested more than 200 TVs in 2020 ad thousands of people looked at those reviews, but which ones were the most popular? We checked the figures and these were the most popular TVs released in 2020.
Samsung and Sony have debuted their 2021 ranges. With a load of new features, including cognitive intelligence (yes, really) new streaming services and new operating systems there's a lot to talk about
Samsung has released its 7020 range to capitalise on the Black Friday frenzy, but are any of the models in this cheap range worth buying? We reviewed the 43, 50, 55 and 65 inch models to find out.
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,
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.