“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

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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?

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