4K TVs

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LG OLE D77C8PUA 77" OLE D 4K SMART TV

£7,385/$8,999.99 BEST HIGH-END OLED OLED TVs are the best you can buy, and LG’s sig­na­ture C8 range is the ul­ti­mate in 4K home en­ter­tain­ment if you care about ev­ery sin­gle pixel. And we do. If you’ve got a big enough house and wallet, there are 55” and 66” op­tions too.

LG OLE D55B7V 55" OLE D TV

£1,499/$1,830 BEST MID-RANGE OLED Be­ing OLED, its black lev­els are stun­ning for an in­tensely rich picture. But that’s not all, it boasts best-in-class HDR, and great sound for its size. You also get four HDMI ports and two USB ports and one USB3 port, while LG’s user in­ter­face is easy to use.

Samsu ng QN55Q6FNA 55" QLE D 4K TV

£869/$1060 BEST QLED Proves good 4K HDR for your Xbox One X doesn’t have to cost the earth. An HDR+ plus mode and a stylish edge-less bezel make your games feel like they’re in an in­fin­ity pool, while the 1080p up­scal­ing makes older games look great, too.

Samsu ng UE55NU8000 55" 4K TV

From £849/$1,035 BEST LED A great mid-range op­tion. A re­spectable 19ms in­put lag when hooked to an Xbox One X means it’s bet­ter for com­pet­i­tive gamers than many TVs twice as ex­pen­sive. Edge-lit back­light means black lev­els can’t com­pete with OLED screens, though gen­eral screen uni­for­mity is very good.

Philips 43PUS6753/12 43" 4K TV

£430/$525 BEST BUD­GET 4K If you’re look­ing to spend as lit­tle as pos­si­ble, but don’t want to com­pro­mise on qual­ity, then this is for you. Nat­u­rally warm colours lend HDR games and movies a re­ally nice tone. Con­sid­er­ing it’s less than the price of an Xbox One X, the still-re­spectable in­put lag of 27ms is a small price to pay.

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