When TVs are at their cheapest brand new models are just a few months away. We look at whether now is the best time to buy a new TV, or if it's worth waiting for the 2019 models from Samsung, LG, Panasonic and Sony.
TVs losing access to catch-up apps is a frustrating problem that won't go away. With the issue appearing to affect Samsung TVs more than most, we contacted Samsung to see if there was a simple solution to get the app back.
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.
It's the classic match-up: OLED vs QLED. High-end display technology in pricey TVs and a taste of what's to come in 2019 as Samsung sticks with backlit TVs. Do our reviews of the Philips 55OLED803/12, 55OLED903/12 and Samsung QE55Q8DN show that one technology is better than the other?
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.
With TVs costing anywhere from £330 to £3,000 is it really worth paying through a nose for a high-end set, or is there little difference between the TVs at the top and bottom of LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony's ranges?
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.
Not everyone wants a 55-inch TV dominating their living room, but options are limited when it comes to smaller TVs. We've reviewed all the 32-inch TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony, Hisense and Toshiba, so you can see which are worth buying.
OLEDs are expensive, or they were at least. The Toshiba 55X9863DB is just £999 making it the cheapest OLED we've ever tested. LG, Sony and Panasonic charge almost double what Toshiba is asking for their OLEDs, so have we been getting ripped off, or is Toshiba's effort not good enough?