If you’re after a new TV, you’ll find a huge range of options in terms of size, features, and brands, and with technological improvements making TVs look better every year, you might be surprised by the improvements you see. As new technologies become the norm, the previous premiere models start getting excellent discounts. However, many of these deals come and go quickly as TVs come in and go out of stock. So if you see a deal which catches your eye, snap it up fast to avoid disappointment. Here we’ve rounded up some of the best TV deals from across the internet.
- 65-inch Vizio V-Series 4K TV —
- 65-inch Samsung Class 7 4K TV —
- 75-inch LG NanoCell 75-Series 4K TV —
- 55-inch Samsung The Frame 4K TV (2020 model) —
- 65-inch Sony A80K OLED 4K TV —
65-inch Vizio V-Series 4K TV — $450, was $500
- SmartCast smart software for streaming service access out of the box
- Share content from iPad, iPhone, or Mac via Apple AirPlay 2.0
- Dolby Vision and HDR10+ for enhancing content
- Low input lag for gaming
For under $500, this 65-inch Vizio TV gives you a lot of screen for a small price. The television runs Vizio’s own SmartCast smart software, which is a bit like having a Google Chromecast baked into the television, offering instant access to streaming services like Netflix.
Like all high-resolution 4K TVs worth buying, the Vizio V-Series has HDR on board (in this case, we’re looking at two standards: Dolby Vision and HDR10+) for making movies, shows, and live events appear more lifelike, and has low input lag plus Freesync support if you want to use it for gaming.
65-inch Samsung Class 7 4K TV — $480, was $500
- 50-inch TV for a household name synonymous with quality for under $400
- One-click access to all the leading streaming services including Disney+
- 4K Upscale Engine for turning Full HD content into 4K Ultra HD
- HDR for drawing more detail from the scene at hand
Best Buy’s offer on this 65-inch Samsung TV is a 4K TV deal not to be missed. It’s (of course) a Smart TV, so it can access all the leading streaming services out of the box like Disney+ and has Samsung’s 4K Upscale Engine on board for showing HD content in a 4K Ultra HD resolution.
Our one gripe with the Samsung Class 7 is that it only has two HDMI slots on board, so you’ll want to invest in an HDMI splitter if you’re wanting to hook up a set-top box and other accessories, like a PS5. One of these will set you back around $30 — but that’s a small price to take home 65-inch TV for only $500.
75-inch LG NanoCell 75-Series 4K LED TV — $920, was $1,000
- Big, 75-inch screen size at an affordable price
- Use your voice to control Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant
- Support for Apple AirPlay 2, HomeKit
- Great gaming features
LG’s NanoCell TVs represent a great value, with the kind of color and contrast you’d normally find on more expensive models. The built-in WebOS software has been updated for a clean and simple look that makes it easy to access tons of streaming apps from big names like Netflix, HBO, Disney+, Apple TV, Hulu, and more.
If you own Bluetooth speakers, you can connect them to the NanoCell 75-Series for a quick and easy (and wireless) way to do surround sound without an A/V receiver or a dedicated soundbar. Gamers will appreciate features like auto low-latency mode and TruMotion 120, which improves the refresh rate for a much clearer picture while gaming.
55-inch Samsung The Frame 4K TV (2020 model) — $1,199, was $1,278
- A television that doubles as a picture frame when it isn’t in use
- Incredible, futuristic design that’ll blend into any room
- Stunning QLED screen that’s perfect for movies and sports
- 4K Upscale Engine for displaying HD content in a 4K Ultra HD resolution
- Smart software to access streaming services like Disney+ out of the box
Is it a picture frame? Is it an original da Vinci? No, it’s Samsung’s The Frame TV. Designed to blend into the background and be used as a photo frame when it isn’t in use, The Frame is a television appealing to the most design-conscious of shoppers. An acquired taste, it’s one of the most innovative TVs on the shelves.
What’s fascinating about The Frame is it isn’t a gimmick. When it’s being used as a television, it has a stunning QLED screen, a high-end technology designed to rival the likes of the OLED TV above, delivering high brightness and fantastic contrast that’ll mark a massive step up from any standard LED television.
Because it’s a 4K TV, it’s also armed with Samsung’s trademark 4K Upscale Engine for showing HD content in HDR10+ , 4K Ultra HD for drawing more detail out of the scene at hand, and smart software to access streaming services like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix — when it isn’t displaying works of art while idle.
65-inch Sony A80K OLED 4K TV — $2,000, was $2,500
- The best picture quality in a 4K OLED TV thanks to Sony’s top-flight image processing
- Google TV for tons of streaming apps and built-in content recommendations
- Apple AirPlay and Google Assistant built-in
- Good sound for a TV
This Sony A80K 4K OLED TV offers the best picture quality you can find. But if there’s one thing that will be offputing about this TV it’s the price, though thanks to this discount it’s now a more affordable option.
The A80K is a dream come true for movie and TV show fanatics, with impeccable color accuracy and support for all major flavors of high-dynamic range (HDR), including Dolby Vision, HDR10, and HLG. And, surprisingly for a flat-screen TV, the built-in speakers sound really good all on their own — largely due to Sony’s unique technology that turns the entire TV screen into a speaker.
The only thing to keep in mind is that this model lacks support for the gaming enhancements of HDMI 2.1. You get HDMI ARC and 4K at 120Hz, but the A80K doesn’t offer variable refresh rate (VRR) or auto low-latency mode (ALLM), both of which are pretty important to PC and console gamers with the latest hardware. They may be added with a future firmware update, but if gaming isn’t a top priority, this TV will absolutely blow you away.
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