The Best 4K HDR TVs of 2021

The Best 4K HDR TVs of 2021
 
 
 
 

Nowadays, 4K models are available from almost all TV brands. They offer more clarity and vibrancy, compared to 1080P TVs. OLED TVs are more suitable for watching in dark rooms while LED TVs are much brighter. The TV industry has a lot of jargon that you might have heard of, such as HDR, QLED, 120HZ, OLED, Ultra HD 4k, and 8K. These terms refer to the quality, especially in terms of picture and color. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading your TV, or you’re looking for a new TV for your living room, you have a variety to choose from ranging from top brands like Samsung, Sony, LG, and TCL. Below, we share a list of some of the best 4K TVs of 2021.

Samsung Q80/Q80T QLED

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Samsung is renowned for its quality TVs, and the Samsung Q80 model is no different. It's available in sizes ranging from 50 inches to 85 inches and offers great peak brightness and remarkable reflection handling. This means you can still watch it even in the brightest of rooms. It's bright enough to make highlights stand out in HDR and has impressive gradient handling. While the ‘Ultra Viewing Angle’ in its VA helps to provide wide viewing angles at the cost of its contrast, it's still capable of a great native contrast ratio. The TV supports 4K at 120Hz, low input lag, fast response time, and VRR support. Get it on Best Buy at $1,099.99.

LG CX OLED

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Integrated with Dolby Vision and Atmos, the LG CX OLED is one of the best 4K TVs you can buy right now. It is equipped with webOS, 3rd Gen a9 Processor, and a host of premium features to bring you top-notch picture quality. It also comes with VRR (variable refresh rate) support, which helps to reduce screen tearing during gaming. You get four HDMI inputs, all of which support HDMI 2.1, allowing it to display 4K at 120Hz from a gaming platform like PS5 or Xbox Series X. Gamers can also enjoy low input lag and near-instant response time. The built-in speakers are incredibly top quality and even offer eARC support, allowing you to send high-quality, uncompressed audio to a compatible receiver over an HDMI connection. The downside of OLED TVs is the risk of permanent burn-in, especially if you watch the same content with static elements, for instance, news. Prices start from $1,469.99 based on the size on Amazon.

TCL 6-Series QLED

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If you're tight on budget, no TV offers this much clarity and picture quality at such an affordable price. At around $700 for the 55-inch, you can grab yourself one of these TCL 6-Series TVs. The 2020 6-Series now sports a better image quality than its predecessor, thanks to the addition of mini-LED tech and Full-Array local dimming. The low input lag and high contrast make it a great option for gamers. It's more colorful with no hint of haloing or light bleed. It’s also the first TV to come with the new THX Certified Game Mode for 1440p/120Hz gaming. The TCL 6-Series makes for an amazing companion if you're shopping for a TV to binge Hulu, Amazon Prime, or Netflix shows. Get it on Best Buy, prices start from $649.99 

Hisense H8G Quantaum Series

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If you don’t like what TCL offers, Hisense H8G Quantum is another budget-friendly 4K TV. It's bright, colorful, and offers Dolby Vision HDR and Atmos. The TV has all the features of other high-end competitors, minus the high price tag. The H8G comes with built-in Android TV, which gives you an array of apps you can download from the Google Play Store. The TV is suitable for both dark and lit environments. It has a VA panel that offers an exceptional native contrast ratio and a great full-array local dimming feature to help improve the contrast. When it comes to HDR, the Hisense H8G Quantum supports both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ and displays a wide color gamut. However, it doesn't support VRR, and it's limited to 60Hz. Get the 55-inch TV on Amazon at a low price of $479.99.

Sony Bravia X950H Series

The changes Sony made to the X950 Series are quite impressive. It's now louder and offers clearer audio while adding a host of smart UI changes to make it even easier to customize the picture. The TV features eARC for Dolby Atmos passthrough and X1 Ultimate Processor. However, some obvious omissions in the TV, like lack of HDMI 2.0 ports and wobbly stand can be a reason to avoid this TV model. The TV comes with HDR support, and its Alexa compatible. Full-array LED with local dimming ensures brighter highlights and detailed dark scenes. There is a Game Mode function that ensures smooth gaming and faster response during gameplay. Get it on Amazon from $988.00.

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