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Are you looking for the best TVs in 2020? Look no further. Best electronics has brought together the biggest, brightest, and highest-performing televisions to have ever passed by our eyeballs – and they’re all available to buy today. Some of our picks below represent the absolute best TVs in 2020. We have also highlighted several TVs that provide incredible value for your money. Combined, you’ve got a list of the best TVs in 2020 for any budget.
With the last few months of the year coming up, we’ve got one or two more models we’d like to get in for review, but what you see below is pretty much the best televisions we’re going to get before the holiday hits. If you recently bought something from another manufacturer that you love, and you don’t see it on this list, it doesn’t mean we’ve intentionally snubbed it. Unfortunately, best-of lists are tiny, and there are plenty of good sets out there. That said, we’re always adding more screens to this list, so be sure to check back in a month or two to see the latest additions to this TV hall of fame.
1. LG CX Series OLED TV: Mesmerizing OLED TV
48-inch: LG OLED48CX | 55-inch: LG OLED55CX | 65-inch: LG OLED65CX | 77-inch: LG OLED77CX
- Stellar picture quality
- Gorgeous super-slim design
- Heavy bass can distort
- No HDR10+ support
The LG CX OLED is certainly the best OLED TV for 2020 and fully deserves to scrape the top of this list to the best TVs available today. Iterating on last year’s LG C9 Series, the LG CX might not seem all that different – and it isn’t. But by continuing the same mesmerizing picture quality and standout webOS smart platform, with a few modern-day updates like HDMI 2.1 and an a9 Gen 3 processor, it’s managed to outdo its predecessor.
With a new 48-inch OLED TV size now available too, the CX is an even more flexible proposition for a wider variety of wallets and homes. With a slimline design and support for Dolby Vision and Atmos – along with bellowing built-in audio – it’s a fantastic choice at any size.
LG is looking to entice gamers with its 2020 range, too, with rock-bottom input lag, support for Nvidia G-Sync, and compatibility with 4K/120HZ gameplay next-gen consoles. You won’t get HDR10+ here, sadly, and UK viewers will have to go without all of their Fauve catch-up apps, but make no mistake – this one of the best TVs in 2020.
2. Samsung Q950TS QLED TV (2020): State-of-the-art performance Tv
85-inch: Samsung QN85Q950TS | 75-inch: Samsung QN75Q950TS
- Awesome picture quality
- Standard HDR setting
- No Dolby Vision support
- Limited 8K content
The Samsung Q950TS represents the latest 8K TV from the manufacturer. Combining all the benefits of last year’s Samsung Q900 8K screen with innovations first introduced the 2019 flagship Samsung Q90 4K TV that hit shelves earlier this year.
Combined in one top-notch QLED TV, the new Samsung Q950 offers an 8K panel and AI-enhanced image processing, plus wider viewing angles, and improved black filter, and standard-setting HDR performance. If all that wasn’t enough, Samsung’s smart TV platform is the most comprehensive on the market. So if you’re looking for the best TVs in 2020, this state-of-the-art new Samsung TV should be at the top of your shortlist.
3. Sony A8H OLED (2020): Affordable OLED TV
55-inch: Sony XBR-55A8H | 65-inch: Sony XBR-65A8H
- Gorgeous, refined picture
- Good sound quality
- Ultra-wide viewing angles
- No HDR10+ support
- Sometimes fiddly operating system
- Android TV can frustrate
By combining Sony’s premium OLED picture performance with a powerful and direct sound system. The Sony A8H OLED TV manages to be a stunningly compelling TV option for serious home cinema fans.
It carries Sony’s top-line X1 Ultimate processor, Sony’s Pixel Contrast Booster (for more intense image highlights), and a new OLED version of the X-Motion Clarity feature Sony initially developed for its FALD LCD TVs.
Meanwhile, on the audio side, Sony’s customary Acoustic Surface Audio system is joined by a two-subwoofer bass system. Also, it has an Acoustic Auto Calibration system that can optimize the TV’s sound to your room with just a couple of quick test pulses. The results are nothing short of gorgeous.
4. Sony Bravia X900H Series (2020): Vibrant picture performance
- Dynamic, convincing 4K HDR
- Impressive upscaling
- Full-bodied sound
- No HDR10+
- Brash Android interface
- Limited viewing angles
Sony’s X900H Series does everything it sets out to do, and in some style. Its picture quality is quite startling in the right circumstances, its sound is more than adequate by prevailing standards. It’s simple to use, and it doesn’t turn its nose up at inferior resolution content.
The panel itself is a VA-type LCD, which in broad terms, has to be considered an upgrade on the IPS edge-lit panel Sony deployed on last year’s equivalent model. The higher brightness, greater color volume, and improved screen uniformity promised by a full array VA panel ought to more than makeup for the rather more restricted viewing angle when compared to IPS. It’s noting, too, the X900H doesn’t feature the X-Wide viewing angle technology Sony’s flagship X950H range is toting. In short, there’s more than enough going on here to make you overlook the lack of HDR10+ and forgive Android TV its overconfidence. If you have got this sort of money to spend on a TV of this sort of size, you have to audition for it.
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