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The best 4K TV for PS5 is heavily discounted this Prime Day

Prime Day has finally arrived, after months of waiting, and with it comes a ton of terrific deals on everything from headphones to kitchen equipment. But some of the best Prime Day deals to be had are on big-ticket electronics items, like Prime Day 4K TV deals. Although there are 4K TV deals to be had all year round, this week will see some exceptional bargains which likely have the best prices for 2020. This LG CX OLED 4K TV, for example, is $200 off its original price, bringing the price down to $1,600. However, if this deal isn’t convincing enough, head over to the best Black Friday deals for incredibly affordable options.

The 55-inch OLED 4K TV has stunning picture quality which is buoyed by solid HDR performance, making it great for those looking for a medium-size TV for watching movies or playing games. In our review of the LG CX we even went as far as to call it the best TV you can buy in 2020. The TV itself is super slim and sleek, fitting into any home, and the picture quality is aided by a simple setup wizard that lets you tweak the settings and A.I. functions to your preferences. This step is important as what makes this OLED TV stand out from its competitors is LG’s processing, which helps a good screen turn out a stunning picture.

This TV isn’t only for movie buffs though — it’s also a top-notch choice for gamers. As well as the requisite features like support for 4K 120Hz in HDR at full RGB color, the upscaling from 1080p and 1440p content to 4K Ultra HD looked terrific, making this a solid choice for even those who don’t have the latest graphics card in their PC. You could turn the game resolution down, let the TV upscale the content, and still have a solid 4K gaming experience. With this kind of power, the TV is even ready to support next-generation consoles so you can be ready for the PlayStation 5 launch next month.

Both gamers and movie fans will be delighted with this beautiful OLED TV, with terrific processing to aid its image presentation. Be ready for the launch of the next generation of consoles and pick it up now for $200 off, bringing the $1,800 price down to $1,600 for Prime Day.

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