Just like all OLED TVs, this one has wide viewing angles and a remarkable picture quality that really shows off when in a dark room. It can deliver perfect blacks thanks to its emissive technology. It has a wide color gamut and decent HDR peak brightness, and when in HDR it’s full of rich colors and bright highlights.
Unfortunately, OLED TVs have the risk of experiencing temporary image retention or permanent burn-in, which, however, we do not expect most people to experience with normal varied content. Like all of the latest high-end LG TVs, this one runs the latest version of LG’s smart platform web OS, it’s an interface that’s very intuitive and easy to use. You can use your voice to control certain things and the TV. And it can interface with a variety of smart consumer electronics, like Google Assistant. The interface gives you access to LG’s Content Store, which is one of the most versatile app stores available with a very large number of apps; you’ll surely find what you need. Overall, the LG B8 is an excellent TV with great smart features.
2. Sony X900F, An Impressive LED LCD
If you find the risk of permanent burn-in is a concern and you want a great TV with good smart features, then check out the Sony X900f. It doesn’t have the perfect blacks or the good viewing angles of OLED. On the upside, it’s an LED TV that does not have the risk of burn-in. It can deliver a great picture quality and an impressive performance in almost any use. It is excellent for watching movies and HDR movies in a dark room, and it delivers crisp motion for sports fans. Finally. It’ is a bright TV that can fight glare and has a low input lag for enjoyable casual gaming.
This TV has been upgraded to the Android TV Oreo 8.0 that makes content very easy to find. The interface is easy to navigate, runs well on the TV’s hardware, and gives you access to the Google Play Store where you’ll find what you’re looking for. Like many modern TVs, the remote has a microphone so you can use your voice with the TV’s Google Assistant voice control features.
3. Samsung RU8000
If you’re looking for something in the same price range as the Sony X900F but also want more advanced gaming features, then check out the Samsung RU8000. You won’t get the dark room performance of the Sony, and HDR content won’t have the same impressive performance. However, this is a very good TV for most uses, with good picture quality. It’s a good choice for watching sports and TV shows, but movie or HDR movie enthusiasts might want to look elsewhere. This is an excellent TV for playing video games. It has a remarkably low input lag, even with motion interpolation, it supports FreeSync variable refresh rate technology for nearly tear free gaming, and has an Auto Low Latency Mode to detect when you’ are gaming and switch to the lowest input lag mode.
This tv has a smart interface which is based on Samsung’s tizen OS. It’s very easy to use and is very intuitive. It comes with a large number of preinstalled apps and gives you access to Samsung’s app store where you can find lots of other apps to meet your needs.
4, TCL R617
This TV has an awesome smart features, it runs the latest version of the Roku OS that’s easy to use and is very smooth. The interface gives you access to a multitude of apps and streaming channels. TCL’s remote app is very powerful and has a private listening feature that transfers audio from the native apps to your headphones; this is great for watching TV at night without bothering the rest of the family.
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