After a period of frantic progress in TV tech, things have thankfully calmed down a little bit.
Whereas if you bought a new TV a couple of years ago you would have been left kicking yourself as 4K and HDR took over, nowadays you can rest assured that these technologies are going to stick around for a good number of years.
But just because a TV supports the latest and greatest tech, that doesn’t mean it does it well. There’s a large amount of variation in the quality of their interfaces, HDR, and physical design.
Our constantly updated list of the best 4K TVs is the best way to find a set that does what you need it to do without spending more money than you need to on extraneous features.
The world of TV buying can feel unapproachable when you’re first getting into it, but give it some time and it will all make sense. Let’s try and make your buying decision at least a bit easier with our picks for the best 4K TVs.
Here’s our current line-up, with details down below:
LG E7 OLED
LG B7 OLED