“4K with HDR is predominantly exclusive to bigger screens – hence this 65in shootout”
Been putting off buying that new TV? With 4K and HDR now established, and more premium content, you can get more telly than ever. Here, three giant screens from TV giants LG, Samsung and Sony battle it out for that coveted spot in your living room
After years of deliberating over the right time to invest in a new TV, now seems as good a time as any. 4K and HDR are firmly established and more ‘premium’ content is arriving – Sky’s Ultra HD service the latest to join current eye-boggling material from Netflix, Amazon and Ultra HD Blu-ray discs.
4K panels may live in TVS as small as 40in, but the technology’s coalescence with HDR is predominantly exclusive to bigger screens, our current favourite of which is an LG OLED TV. In this 65in shoot-out, the LG readies itself for another challenge, this time from two new LED LCD sets from Sony and Samsung.
All three claim to be among the TV giants’ best state-of-the-art offerings, but which is the best of the best?