Amazon’s summer blowout, Prime Day, has started. There’s no better time to upgrade your home theater setup. If you have a 1080p TV, consider upgrading to a 4K. If you have a 4K, consider an 8K. With so much on offer, where do you start, and how do you know if you’re even getting a good deal? That’s where we come in — we’re live-tracking all the best Prime Day TV deals right here, right now, at Amazon and in the rival Best Buy Prime Day and Walmart Prime Day sales.
You don't necessarily have to break the bank to get a sizable TV with modern specifications, and this Hisense 50-inch ULED U6 Series QLED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV proves it. It has Alexa built-in, with the Amazon Fire TV smart ecosystem for streaming your favorite content. It's also equipped with Quantum Dot technology for a sharp, vibrant picture. Saving you $190, it's $340 during Prime Day with free shipping, down from $530.
Equipped with a Sony Cognitive Processor XR -- to better process contrast, pure blacks, textures, high peak brightness, and natural colors -- this Bravia A80J 55-inch OLED offers stunning views. It features the Google TV smart platform built-in for out-of-the-box streaming. Plus, it works with Alexa, and is perfect for playing PS5 at 4K and 120-frames-per-second. The MSRP is $1,198, but it's on sale for $998 during Prime Day. That's a total savings of $200.
While it may not be possible to get 120-inch and 130-inch TVs, at least not without a custom order, you can still achieve such a large screen with a quality projector -- like Samsung's 120-inch The Premiere 4K UHD Smart Laser Home Theater Projector. It even has a built-in subwoofer and speakers for immersive sound. Samsung's Tizen smart ecosystem means you can stream from all of your favorite apps and services, plus you get 4K upscaling for all content. It would set you back $3,500 big ones normally, but it's on sale during Prime Day for $2,998 which is a total savings of $500. If you have $3,000 to spend on a TV, this might be a better buy!
Samsung's The Frame TV line is designed to look just like, well, a picture frame. When not in use it will display art, media, and beautiful imagery. As a TV, however, it excels with Quantum HDR technology and a smart TV platform built-in -- that also offers Alexa support. To top it off, it's all in 4K, with upscaling available for older content thanks to machine learning-based AI. Normally $1,400, the 55-inch model is yours for $980 with free shipping, right now.
LG makes some of the best screens in the world, being used in everything from monitors to mobile phones, but what it's most well-known for is TVs, and the LG C1 OLED 4K TV is possibly one of the best. But they can come at a steep price, which is why we love this deal from Best Buy that brings the cost of a 55-inch model down to $1,100 from $1,300 for Prime Day, which is a must if you're looking for a high-end TV.
With such a big focus on massive TVs, with some of the best TVs being as big as 75 inches, many smaller sizes tend to get overlooked, which is a shame given that they also serve a purpose. For example, this F20-series, 24-inch TV may not seem like something that would fit in an average home, but it’s a great TV for us in the kitchen, a bedroom, or even a studio apartment where space is at a premium and you’re going to be sitting up close to the TV anyway.
Ultra HD is great, but shelling out the cash for a 4K TV might be overkill if you just need a smaller screen for a bedroom, playroom, or similar area where a big-screen television would overwhelm. At 40 inches, this Vizio D-Series smart TV is perfect for spaces like the ones just mentioned, and it's on sale right now at a price that won't leave a huge dent in your wallet.
For just $300, this 50-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 a 4K Upscale Engine for converting HD material into 4K Ultra HD in real time.
If you're still learning about 4K, this TCL 70-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV is a fantastic way to upgrade from standard HD. Offering an Android TV experience, it ticks all the boxes you could require when checking out our 4K TV buying guide. Besides the large 70-inch display, it also offers up high dynamic range (HDR) so that you get brighter and more accurate colors than standard HD resolutions. With slim bezels, you can spend more time focusing on what's on screen rather than worrying about your view being obscured in some way. That also means the TCL 70-inch Class 4-Series 4K TV looks good in your living room, taking up no more space than it needs to.
You don't have to pay a huge premium to get a QLED TV any more, as the Insignia F50 Series 4K Fire TV shows. This is the first Fire TV with a quantum-dot display, which means that it's built with a QLED panel instead of the standard LED panel you find on most sets. This adds a layer of tiny particles (quantum dots) that amplify light to deliver a brighter, more vibrant, and more color-accurate picture. It also comes with an Alexa Voice Remote, which can be used to control the television and other compatible smart home equipment using your voice.
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