The Best TV for 2023

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The 6 Best TV for 2022

No matter your budget or how big a screen you want, here’s what to look for when shopping for TVs, along with the best ones we’ve tested.

With the newest smart TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony, TCL and Vizio landing (gently) on our reviewers’ doorsteps, we’ve been diving into groundbreaking new OLED TVs, mini-LED TVs, and even the new QD-OLED technology in the last few months. But because a huge number of sets from 2021 are still available, our buying guide include older models as well. They are massively discounted, sometimes by up to 40% or 50%, which makes them great buys today.

1 Sony A90J 55 Inch TV

Sony A90J 55 Inch TV

Introducing Sony’s best-ever OLED TV, with awe-inspiring contrast and our brightest-ever OLED picture. The BRAVIA XR A90J OLED TV, powered by the all-new Cognitive Processor XR, features next-generation technologies that redefine the viewing experience. Engineered for beauty inside and out, the A90J brings a premium, minimalist-inspired design that fits even the most sophisticated of aesthetics.
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2 LG 65-Inch Class OLED evo Gallery Edition G2 Series Alexa Built-in 4K Smart TV

LG 65-Inch Class OLED evo Gallery Edition G2 Series Alexa Built-in 4K Smart TV

Experience our brightest OLED ever in a stunning new gallery design that hugs the wall* for the ultimate balance of form and function to bring you the most premium TV entertainment experience possible. *Depending on installation environment, there may be a slight gap between the TV and the wall.
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3 SAMSUNG 65-Inch QN900B Smart TV

SAMSUNG 65-Inch QN900B Smart TV

Experience our best picture yet with ultra-premium Samsung Neo QLED 8K. Discover a world of vivid colors and details in the deep dark blacks and light bright whites, all from a vast grid of precision Mini LEDs. And with its edge-to-edge Infinity Screen, it’s easy to dive into this breathtaking 8K picture.
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4 Vizio H-1 OLED TV

Vizio H-1 OLED TV

Precision, refined to an art. Art, perfected to a masterpiece. A masterpiece, engineered to the finest detail. Behold the power of the new 2021 VIZIO OLED TV. Contrast is king, and because the pixels achieve perfect, absolute black, VIZIO OLED has unprecedented, infinite contrast.
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5 TCL 6-Series with Mini LED

TCL 6-Series with Mini LED

TCL's 6-Series combines stunning 4K HDR and Mini-LED technology in a bold, brushed metal design for a superior TV experience. Quantum Dot technology and the HDR Pro Pack with Dolby Vision combine for greater brightness and contrast, as well as a full palette of rich colors.
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6 LG 55-Inch Class OLED evo C2 Series Alexa Built-in 4K Smart TV

LG 55-Inch Class OLED evo C2 Series Alexa Built-in 4K Smart TV

Made for movie buffs, gamers and sports fanatics, our most popular OLED in our premium lineup of TVs has gotten even more impressive with brighter colors, a new, more advanced processor and a sleeker, slimmer bezel that won’t go unnoticed.
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What To Consider When Buying A TV

All of the technical specifications associated with televisions can feel overwhelming. But don’t get intimidated by the technical jargon.

Screen Size

Whether you want a big TV or not, you’re always going to be somewhat restricted by the physical space you have to put it in. It might be nice to imagine your bedroom decked out with an 85-inch panel, but if you can only fit a 48-inch one on your wall, then that’s as big as you can go.

You also want to factor in viewing distance. If you’re going to sit 15 feet away from the screen across the room, get a bigger TV to make the most of its picture. For most living rooms and bedrooms, a 55- to 65-inch TV will be more than enough for you to enjoy your favorite movies, TV shows and games, but if you have a bigger room to fill with your next TV upgrade, the 77-inch and even 85-inch models might be worth considering—if they fit within your budget. And some rooms will do better with a smaller screen, such as those found on 48-inch or 50-inch TVs; but this size class is usually the last to adopt the newest display technologies.

Resolution

All TVs larger than 43 inches carry 4K resolution (3840 × 2160 pixels)—around four times the detail of traditional 1080p TVs. Smaller TVs measuring 43 inches or less continue to rely on lower resolution and less expensive 1080p or 720p panels.

New 8K options are the top-tier resolution today, and provide a nearly life-like level of detail and crisp images, even on the biggest TV panels. The catch: 8K TVs remain dramatically more expensive than 4K TVs, and you won’t find much native 8K content to watch on these TVs just yet. But if you want to future proof your TV, 8K TVs are now more affordable than ever.

Refresh Rate

Many mid-to-high-end TVs support a 120Hz refresh rate or better. You don’t need a high refresh rate, but if you play games or watch high-speed content like sports or action films, a higher refresh rate can provide smoother motion. If you play games, make sure your TV has a 120Hz refresh rate. You won’t regret it.

Smart TV Services

The “smart” part of a smart TV, typically means it can connect directly to the internet and then run apps like streaming services. Most modern TVs 48-inches and larger have some smart functions, letting you access Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and other streaming services easily. You may also have some digital news channels or the ability to access a home Plex server. Some TVs don’t have as many smart functions as others, however, which is where one of the best streaming devices may fill a void.

Ports And Connectors

Most devices that connect to a TV—whether it’s a games console, Blu-ray player, or an audio-visual receiver—use HDMI cables. If you want to play the latest games and benefit from new features like eARC, you need to make sure your TV supports HDMI 2.1. Not all modern TVs do, though some are adding support later via firmware updates, so check before you buy a new TV.

Other features worth considering are Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity for connecting to the internet and using Bluetooth headphones, for example. For legacy connections, some TVs also offer optical audio ports, and or a gigabit ethernet port for a stable wired internet connection.

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