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.