The Best TVs 2020 by tvfindr
2020/10

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Best 40-43 inch TV 2020

Samsung QLED Q60T
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Since most mid-range and premium models are only available with larger screen diagonals, the Samsung QLED Q60T delivers the best results on televisions with 43″ or smaller screens. The Q60T uses the dual LED backlighting of the QLED VA panel to produce a good picture, especially in dark environments. The smart TV features of the Samsung Tizen operating system are easy to understand and very comprehensive.

  • Deep blacks
  • Low input lag
  • Great Smart Features
  • Smart Home availability
  • Dolby Atmos via Dolby True HD
  • No Local Dimming
  • No DTS
  • No VRR
Viewing Angle
Sports
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For wide viewing angles 
Sony X800H

In contrast to the Samsung Q60T, the Sony X800H has an IPS LCD panel. This means that the picture quality is much better when viewed from an oblique angle. The black level and contrast ratio are not as good, however.

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Most affordable, but pretty decent TV 
Samsung TU8000

The Samsung TU8000 also has a VA panel in 43 inch and is therefore also well suited for dark rooms. It is inexpensive and still offers a great performance. Even though you might have to make a few concessions, you have a solid, affordable smart TV with Tizen OS.

Best 48-50 inch TV 2020

LG CX OLED
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The LG OLED CX will be available in 2020 as the first OLED in 48 inch and therefore it is automatically the best TV in this size. The 120Hz OLED panel delivers perfect blacks with an almost infinite contrast ratio and hardly has any negative aspects when you sit at an angle to the screen.

Not only the HDR performance (with Dolby Vision IQ) is unrivalled, but also the gaming performance thanks to HDMI 2.1 with G-Sync and FreeSync.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Picture Quality Bright Room
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Less expensive for movies & series 
Sony X950H

Should the CX be too expensive for your taste, the first thing to look at is the Sony X950H. Because it also delivers remarkable picture quality for movies and series thanks to the 120Hz VA panel with Full Array Local Dimming. It can also display HDR details to great effect thanks to its high peak brightness.

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Less expensive for Gaming 
LG NANO85

If it should be even more reasonable, but also suitable for the upcoming consoles, then the LG NANO85 is the best alternative in this size. The NanoCell TV is, besides the CX, the only one with 120Hz and HDMI 2.1 below 50 inch.

Best 55 inch TV 2020

LG CX OLED
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The best television with 55 inches is the LG OLED CX. It delivers the best picture quality in this size and with HDMI 2.1, it can also show this perfectly in gaming. The total package, no matter for what kind of use, is truly unparalleled.

Thanks to the wide viewing angle, it is suitable for very large rooms as well as for relatively small ones; because if you sit very close to the screen, a slightly oblique viewing angle at this short distance can cause the colors to appear washed out, on most other panel types – but not with an OLED panel.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Picture Quality Bright Room
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For very bright rooms 
Samsung Q90T QLED

The Samsung QLED Q90T is currently the best 4K TV from Samsung. The Q90T has a 120Hz VA-LCD panel with an additional layer for oblique viewing angles and against reflections. Therefore it is even better suited for very bright rooms. Thanks to an HDMI 2.1 connection, the Samsung QLED is also prepared for the PS5 and Xbox Series X.

Picture Quality Bright Room
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Cheaper option for a home cinema 
Sony X950H

The Sony X950H Bravia is slightly cheaper. Since the TV also supports Dolby Vision and delivers a good picture in both bright and dark environments, it is particularly suitable for movies and series.

Since the TV also supports Dolby Vision and delivers a good picture in both bright and dark environments, it is particularly suitable for movies and series. Because of the very original approach of image processing, a natural color accurate picture is created, which makes the X95H also predestined for nature documentaries or similar.

But you should keep in mind, that the X950H does not have an HDMI 2.1 Port.

Best 65 inch TV 2020

LG CX OLED
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When it comes to picture quality, the LG OLED CX is second to none. With its perfect black and theoretically infinite contrast ratio, its picture quality is breathtaking. The 120Hz OLED TV supports Dolby Vision IQ and also has an HDMI 2.1 interface. Therefore it is perfect for gaming and supports FreeSync & G-Sync VRR and [email protected]

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Price
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Cheaper OLED 
LG BX OLED

The LG BX is the slightly cheaper version of the CX OLED. In terms of picture quality it performs almost as well – except for very bright rooms. But with HDMI 2.1 and 120Hz display it delivers a great all around package, which makes it future proof. Its processor is a bit weaker, but most users should not really notice that. Otherwise, the two TVs are incredibly similar.

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For very bright rooms 
Samsung Q90T QLED

If you use the TV mainly during the day in a room with many light sources, the Samsung QLED Q90T is the better choice. This is because the coated QLED VA panel can handle reflections even better, and the Q90T is even brighter, so it can even cope with the midday sun. It also has an HDMI 2.1 port for gaming.

Best 70-77 inch television 2020

LG CX OLED
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The best TV with 70 inch or more is the 77 inch version of the LG OLED CX. Because of the OLED panel, the CX also has no disadvantages that would only become apparent in larger sizes, except perhaps the price. The CX delivers the best picture quality in over 70 inches and with HDMI 2.1, it can also show this perfectly in gaming.

The total package, no matter for what kind of use, is truly unparalleled. Thanks to the wide viewing angle, it is suitable for very large rooms as well as for relatively small ones; because if you sit very close to the screen, for example 3m away, you can see the sides at a slanting angle without any noticeable loss.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Picture Quality Bright Room
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Recommended for very bright rooms 
Samsung Q90T QLED

If you are looking for an alternative for very bright rooms, the Samsung QLED Q90T is the best choice. The Q90T can handle reflections best and is even brighter than the OLED CX. However, it cannot quite keep up with the picture quality in dark surroundings. But the QLED with HDMI 2.1 has similar gaming characteristics.

Picture Quality Dark Room
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Affordable TV for home cinema 
Sony X950H

When you can do without gaming performance and therefore don’t necessarily need the HDMI 2.1 interface, you can also choose the X950H. The TV supports Dolby Vision and can deliver a great picture in both bright and dark environments, making it ideal for movies and series.

Sony’s most sophisticated image processing produces a natural and color-accurate picture, which is great to watch in nature documentaries, for example.

Best TV above 80 inch 2020

LG ZX OLED
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The best big screen TV ever is the LG OLED ZX. Like its little brother, the CX, it has a 120Hz OLED panel with excellent picture quality due to perfect black and infinite contrast ratio. HDR content looks impressive and thanks to Dolby Vision IQ, it can be optimized for the brightness of the surroundings.

Because of the HDMI 2.1 connections it is also prepared for the future and can receive either [email protected] or [email protected]. Even if you can hardly find 8K content yet, the from this size of TV it is still most likely to make sense.

  • 8K resolution
  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Picture Quality Bright Room
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Less expensive for gaming & better in very bright rooms 
Samsung Q90T QLED

If it’s a large LCD TV, the Samsung Q90T is one of the best options. The 4K QLED with HDMI 2.1 can convince especially in very bright rooms, but also delivers a really good picture in the dark, because it has not only a very large color space coverage but also a contrast ratio of over 10000:1.

Picture Quality Bright Room
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Cheaper for sports & home cinema 
Sony X950H

If you are looking for an even cheaper option that you want to use mainly for afternoon sports and evening movies, the Sony XH9505 in 85 inches is the right giant TV for you. Although it does not have HDMI 2.1 or the OLED picture quality, it scores with very accurate color reproduction and natural image processing.

The Best TVs by panel type

Best OLED TVs 2020

OLED televisions do not have a backlight, but each individual pixel can light up by itself. Therefore OLEDs have perfect blacks and because of the pixel exact dimming they have a nearly infinite contrast ratio. Furthermore OLEDs have a very wide viewing angle and excellent motion handling.

Burn-in does not occur during normal use, since enough preventive mechanisms have been installed.

LG CX OLED
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The LG OLED CX is the best mainstream TV available nowadays. It has the typical OLED picture quality and the best motion handling, which is unmatched by other TVs. It has a great gaming performance and moreover, it is a very future-proof model as it supports HDMI 2.1 with all its features as well as Dolby Vision IQ to adjust the brightness to the environment.

Furthermore, it is very versatile due to the wide viewing angle.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Movies & TV Shows
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Option for home cinema 
Sony A8H OLED

If you can do without the gaming performance of the CX and you are looking for something specifically designed for home cinema, the A8H is the right choice.

It has the outstanding OLED picture quality combined with the great Sound from Screen feature, which turns the TV itself into the center speaker of a sound system. So the sound comes directly from the center of the screen.

In addition, Sony’s most sophisticated image processing software gives you a natural picture with true-to-life colors – perfect for home cinema. But you have to do without HDMI 2.1, which so far only has an effect on gaming.

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Cheaper version of the CX 
LG BX OLED

The LG BX is the cheaper version of the CX and has almost the same features. Although you have to do without Dolby Vision IQ and the chipset is a bit weaker, but you have the similar brilliant OLED picture quality.

Best QLED TV 2020

The term “QLED” stands for TVs with an LED LCD panel and a quantum dot layer. This Quantum Dot layer provides better defined, richer primary colors at all brightness levels. QLED TVs are mainly known from Samsung, but they are also available from TCL and Hisense. Similar technologies are available from other manufacturers; these are called NanoCell or Triluminos, for example.

Samsung Q90T QLED
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The best 4K QLED is the Samsung Q90T. With Full Array Local Dimming, the 120Hz VA panel not only achieves very deep blacks, but also a contrast ratio of over 10000:1.

With the Ultra Viewing Angle layer, you do not only have considerably better picture quality under oblique viewing angles, but also significantly less reflections and glosses on the screen. For this reason and thanks to its high brightness, the Samsung Q90T can still show off HDR content impressively, even in very bright surroundings.

For gaming there is an HDMI 2.1 connection with [email protected], ALLM, VRR, LFC and Co.

  • Deep Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: 10500:1
  • Full Array Local Dimming (FALD)
  • 96 Dimming Zonen
  • 1400 Nits Peak Brightness
  • FreeSync VRR
  • 120Hz VA-Panel
  • HDR10+
  • Viewing Angle
  • No DTS
  • No Dolby Vision
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Cheaper 120Hz-QLED 
Samsung QLED Q70T

The cheapest QLED would actually be the Q60T, but the Q70T offers much more. Because with the Q70T you still have 120Hz, HDMI 2.1 and everything that comes with it. But due to the lack of FALD and Ultra Viewing Angle layer you have to make some concessions compared to the Q90T.

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8K-QLED 
Samsung Q800T

The Samsung QLED Q800T can be easily compared with the Q90T. It also has no One Connect Box but the 8K resolution. The higher resolution does not only have advantages. Although the Q800T has 5 times as many local dimming zones, it only achieves a very similar picture quality as the Q90T .

The Best TVs by price range

Best affordable television 2020

Of course, not everyone can spend that much money on a new TV. That’s why we have presented the best entry-level televisions here. They are not the cheapest devices but the most affordable TVs that still deliver a good result. So they are inexpensive products, but you don’t have to be annoyed about them.

Hisense H8G
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One of the best cheap TVs is the Hisense H8G. The TV has a 60Hz VA panel with deep blacks and a high contrast ratio. It also has the Full Array Local Dimming feature, which is quite rare in this price range. So you have a good picture quality especially in the evening with a central sitting position.

The H8G also supports almost all Smart TV features that you might need and the Android 9.0 OS has a huge selection of Apps. Even though the H8G with 60Hz of course does not have any Next Gen Gaming features like an HDMI 2.1 port or VRR, it is quite suitable for older consoles, because it has a really low input lag.

And the H8G also supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos!

  • Wide color gamut
  • Black Frame Insertion feature
  • Integrated Dolby Atmos
  • Large app selection
  • Ad-free interface
  • Voice control via Google Assistant
  • Limited viewing angle
  • No HDMI 2.1
  • No VRR
  • No ALLM
  • No HDMI eARC
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For oblique viewing angles 
Sony X800H

If you don’t always sit centrally in front of the TV, the Sony X800H makes more sense. Because with the 60Hz-IPS-Panel of the Sony TVs one has a clearly better picture quality under oblique viewing angles. This also makes watching sports in the afternoon more fun.. However, there are disadvantages in terms of black levels and contrast ratio, which is particularly noticeable in the evening.

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Quite similar performance 
TCL 5 Series 2020 QLED

The TCL S535 is unbelievably similar to the Hisense H8G, and in a direct comparison it comes off only a tiny bit worse in terms of picture quality. It also features Full Array Local Dimming and Dolby Vision/Dolby Atmos. In addition, it has an HDMI eARC, which could make it really interesting for audio enthusiasts.

Best mid-range TV 2020

In the mid-range section of the market, of course, it becomes difficult to pick the best TV because it depends on where you set the limits. But this can still be a good orientation.

Sony X900H
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The Sony X900H has a 120Hz VA panel with full array local dimming. In combination with Dolby Vision it can deliver a pretty good HDR performance. The Bravia TV cuts a fine figure both during the day and in the evening.

Thanks to the HDMI 2.1 interface it is also future-proof for the next console generation and with the HDMI eARC all Atmos sound systems of the highest quality can be used. Unfortunately, its viewing angle is very limited, which is probably its biggest drawback.

  • Deep Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: 4800:1
  • Full Array Local Dimming (FALD)
  • Color Accuracy
  • Dolby Vision & Atmos
  • 120Hz VA-Panel
  • Android 9.0
  • Viewing Angle
  • 32 Dimming Zonen
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For oblique viewing angles 
LG NANO90

If you often sit at an angle to the screen, the LG NANO90 with IPS panel is a better solution. It also has HDMI 2.1 and the corresponding gaming features, and LG also offers Dolby Vision.

Picture Quality Dark Room
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OLED for home cinema 
LG BX OLED

When it comes to better picture quality in the evening for movies and series, the BX OLED might be a better choice. With HDMI 2.1 it also has equally good gaming specs, but can convince even more with its better motion handling. But to be fair, it costs quite a bit more.

Best Premium TV 2020

If you are not really limited by a budget, but still don’t want to spend too much on the TV, this is the best choice.

LG CX OLED
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The LG OLED CX offers the best price/performance ratio of the upper class models. It has an extended picture quality and can be operated quickly and easily. The HDMI 2.1 connections are future-proof and thanks to Dolby Vision IQ the OLED can always display the best picture quality.

The OLED not only impresses in dark environments with great HDR highlights but also looks even better than most TVs in bright environments.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Picture Quality Bright Room
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QLED for very bright rooms 
Samsung Q90T QLED

The best “non OLED” alternative is the Samsung QLED Q90T. It can flex its muscles especially in very bright surroundings. This would make it even better suited for afternoon gaming, for example. The higher brightness and better handling of reflections also make it suitable for strong sunshine.

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OLED alternative for home cinema 
Sony A8H OLED

If you’re not so keen on the gaming features and more interested in a great home theater atmosphere, the Sony A8H might be a good choice. It has a similarly breathtaking OLED picture quality and can also score over its sound system.

With the Sound from Screen feature, the sound comes directly from the center of the screen, making the TV itself the center speaker of a sound system. This creates a truly immersive TV experience. But you have to do without HDMI 2.1, which sometimes only affects the gaming performance.

The Best TVs by Manufacturer

Best Samsung TV 2020

In 2020, Samsung has primarily expanded its QLED offering in the 8K direction. The Q90T can still be seen as the best Samsung TV, as the higher resolution has little added value so far. With the QLED TVs, Samsung stands above all for bright, colorful pictures and good gaming performance.

Samsung Q90T QLED
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The best overall package you can get from Samsung is the QLED Q90T. The TV not only has deep blacks and thanks to the full array local dimming also a contrast ratio of over 10000:1, but also scores with rich bright colors of up to 1400 nits.

Moreover, it is perfectly suited for gaming and you hardly have any losses if you sit at an angle to the screen. Last but not least, Samsung’s “Ultra Viewing Angle” layer minimizes the reflections of light spots like no other.

  • Deep Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: 10500:1
  • Full Array Local Dimming (FALD)
  • 96 Dimming Zonen
  • 1400 Nits Peak Brightness
  • FreeSync VRR
  • 120Hz VA-Panel
  • HDR10+
  • Viewing Angle
  • No DTS
  • No Dolby Vision
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8K resolution 
Samsung Q800T

In terms of values, the Samsung Q800T is very similar to the Q90T. So the biggest difference is the higher resolution of the Q800T. The 8K resolution has only limited added value, but if you want exactly that, the Q800T is the most reasonable alternative.

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Television as an art object 
Samsung The Frame 2020

If you want your TV to look good when it’s not actually in use, the Samsung “The Frame” with Art Mode would be the best solution. It doesn’t have the same picture quality as a Q90T or Q800T, but you can replace the frames with other colors and looks. It’s performance is pretty similar to the Q70T.

Best Sony LCD TV 2020

Sony is known above all for its original image processing and color accuracy. Thus Sony televisions already have a good calibration and a very natural picture right away. This selection is limited to the 4K-LCD-TVs.

Sony X950H
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The Sony X950H delivers the best picture quality of any 2020 UHD TV from Sony’s LCD division. The Bravia TV has also received a huge upgrade this year in terms of the Android operating system, which runs without any problems and much more smoothly.

Starting at 55 inches, there is a layer for oblique viewing angles, which minimizes reflections at the same time. The 120Hz FALD VA panel can deliver a really good natural image in both bright and dark environments. This is made possible by what is probably the best local dimming algorithm in the industry.

  • Deep black
  • Contrast ratio 3170:1
  • Viewing angle
  • Full Array Local Dimming (FALD)
  • Peak brightness ~1180 Nits
  • High colour accuracy
  • Dolby Vision & Atmos
  • 120Hz VA-Panel
  • HDMI eARC
  • No HDMI 2.1
  • No Variable Refresh Rate (VRR)
  • No Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)
49'': slimmed down version without wide viewing angle
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Ready for PlayStation 5 
Sony X900H

The only thing the X950H is not so good at is gaming performance. But for that, Sony has the X900H in its range. This one does without a few things for the best home cinema experience, but instead it has an HDMI 2.1 connection.

Sony has also named the X900H “Ready for PlayStation 5” and promises [email protected] with an input lag of only 7 ms!

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Affordable Smart TV 
Sony X800H

For those who prefer to save some money, but still want a solid Sony Android TV, Sony’s X800H is a good choice. The TV does not have full array local dimming and only 60Hz, but still offers a good picture in bright and dark environments.

Up to 65 inches, the X800H has an IPS panel; from 75 inches upwards, a VA panel with deeper black and higher contrast ratio, but a limited viewing angle, is used.

The Best TVs by According to application

Best Gaming TV 2020

As the new consoles Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 will be launched towards the end of the year, there are also higher requirements for the TVs that are connected to the consoles. With HDMI 2.1 you can gamble in [email protected] and use a variable refresh rate, so there is no screen tearing.

LG CX OLED
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The best TV for gaming is the LG OLED CX. It has also received several upgrades compared to last year’s model. Besides G-Sync and the HDMI VRR, FreeSync Premium has been added.

And the gaming OLED with HDMI 2.1 will also be available from 2020 in an almost 48 inch monitor size. But besides the gaming performance, the LG OLED CX also has impressive picture quality and unparalleled motion handling.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
Picture Quality Bright Room
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Gaming QLED  
Samsung QLED Q80T

The Samsung QLED Q80T is the better alternative for gaming in the afternoon or in very bright light conditions. It is also a bit cheaper, especially in the larger sizes.

You only have to be careful with the 49-inch version, because this one has only a 60Hz panel and therefore of course only limited gaming performance. Unfortunately, you have to do without Dolby Vision on the Samsung TV.

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Inexpensive Sony television 
Sony X900H

Of course there is also a television with HDMI 2.1 connection from Sony. Sony also sells the X900H with the claim “Ready for PlayStation 5“. Some gaming features, such as the VRR, will only be available after a software update. It has a quite similar image quality as the Q80T, but it’s viewing angle is narrow.

Best TV for PlayStation 5 2020

If you are looking for the best TV for your PlayStation 5, there are two things you need to know: gaming performance and HDR picture quality.

Gaming performance includes everything that has to do with motion handling, input lag, VRR and HDMI 2.1. To fully utilize the console’s performance, an HDMI 2.1 connection is required. Otherwise you will have to make some concessions in one or the other place.

With regard to the picture quality, the Playstation 5 is primarily concerned with High Dynamic Range, since you will only be able to enjoy the full power of the Next Gen console with HDR gaming.

LG CX OLED
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The LG OLED CX is the best (still affordable) TV for the PlayStation 5, and in terms of gaming performance, it offers 4 HDMI 2.1 ports with everything you need, plus FreeSync Premium and G-Sync Variable Refresh Rate.

Thanks to the OLED panel, the response time of less than 1ms is almost instantaneous and therefore on the highest gaming monitor level. The motion handling is perfectly complemented by the HDR performance with Dolby Vision IQ.

So with the LG OLED CX you get almost the best HDR picture quality anyway and on top of that everything you could wish for in gaming specs.

  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
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Cheapest TV for PS5 gaming 
LG NANO85

The NANO85 has 2 HDMI 2.1 ports with everything you need and in any size! So the 49 inch version is probably the cheapest TV with [email protected], VRR and ALLM on the whole market.

Even playing with two people is no problem with the wide viewing angle of the IPS panel. But you can”t expect a really impressive picture quality, especially not in HDR

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Cheapest TV for HDR PS5 gaming 
Sony X900H

If it is also important to you that the HDR games look simply impressive, the Sony X900H would be a better option! Besides the 8K ZH8, the X900H models are the only Sony TVs with HDMI 2.1 that are rightly marketed as “Ready for Playstation 5“.

The VA-Panel with Full Array Local Dimming reaches a maximum brightness of 740 Nits, with which really effective HDR details can be created.

The biggest disadvantage of the Sony TV is the limited viewing angle. So you should sit relatively in the center in front of it.

The best TV by budget

The best TV under $500 2020/10/23

TCL 5 Series 2020 QLED (55 Inch)
Alternatives under $500

The best TV under $1,000 2020/10/23

TCL 6 Series 2020 (65 Inch)
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The best TV under $1,500 2020/10/23

LG CX OLED (55 Inch)
  • Perfect Blacks
  • Contrast Ratio: ∞:1
  • Motion Handling
  • Viewing Angle
  • HDMI 2.1 ([email protected])
  • HDMI VRR & G-Sync Compatible VRR
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL)
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The best TV under $2,000 2020/10/23

Sony A8H OLED (65 Inch)
  • Design
  • Image quality
  • Reflection handling
  • Motion handling
  • Image quality in bright rooms
  • Gaming features
Only in 2 sizes available
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