OLEDs are cheaper to manufacture than ever, which means extremely high-end models, such as the LG OLED55E9PLA and Sony KD55AG9BU are becoming affordable. But are they really that much better than models lower down the range?
When it comes to buying anything we all have our limit – a budget in mind that we won’t exceed. 4K TVs can cost anywhere from £400 to £4,000 and...
We've tested 28 TVs from across LG's 2019 range. Top-tier OLEDs, high-end NanoCell LCD TVs and entry-level 4K sets were all tested. Did LG manage to get consistent quality across all its lines or did we find some standouts?
TVs have a one year life span and with many 2019 sets from LG, Samsung and Sony having just been released you'd expect the prices to still be sky high, but you'd be wrong. We've found sets with price drops of up to 40% in just six weeks.
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.
OLEDs aside, the XG9505 TVs should be Sony's best and with the X1 Ultimate processor, a chip designed to upscale content to 8K quality, built in, it's safe to say we have high hopes for the range. Here's what we thought.
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.
If you want grab a bargain on a 2018 TV the time is now. We've found four TVs at great prices, but are they worth your money, or the stores just making space for the 2019 ranges?
Modern TVs have just as much in common with laptops as they do with sets from 10 years ago, but picture, sound and ease of use are still vital. See which brand's TVs do best in these categories.
TVs have evolved significantly in the last five years. Read about the exciting features you can look forward to the next time you upgrade to a new model.