Once upon a time, 43-inch TVs were considered to be too big for a living room. Today, we have TVs that are 88-inches and some that are even 100-inches in screen size. But that doesn’t mean that everyone is looking to go larger than life. If you are looking for an immersive experience and your viewing distance is about 6-feet, then the right screen size for you is about 50-inches. If you are looking for a new 50-inch TV to become a part of your living room life, then here are some options to consider.
If you want a budget-friendly smart TV with abundant content, the Mi LED TV 4X is one to consider. It gives you 7,00,000hrs+ of content thanks to the streaming services that come built-in. You can choose your favourite shows and movies from a line of platforms, such as Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hotstar, Zee 5 and many more. The 4K Ultra HD display has a 60Hz refresh rate. It also boasts of 20W Dolby+ DTS HD sound output. For your connectivity needs, the TV has 3 HDMI ports for you to connect your set-top box, gaming consoles and possibly a home theatre system as well. It also comes with two USB ports for you to connect your hard disks and other external storage devices. The TV comes with a minimalist remote control and also supports voice search thanks to the Google Assistant. The TV lets you choose between the PatchWall UI and Android TV for a convenient smart TV experience.
The LG 50UM7290PTD has a 50-inch screen with a 4K resolution and 50Hz refresh rate. The display is further boosted by Active HDR, HDR dynamic tone mapping and DTS virtual: X to add to your experience. This TV runs LG’s ThinQ AI Smart TV app and also allows one-touch access to your favourite OTT platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. It has a 20W sound output, which should be decent enough to fill a mid-sized room. For connectivity, the TV has three HDMI ports and two USB ports.
The Samsung UA50TUE60AKXXL is a 50-inch 4K UHD TV that uses Contrast Enhancer, HDR 10+, UHD Dimming, PurColour and more to deliver an immersive viewing experience. The 60Hz refresh rate should ensure that you can enjoy action-packed films, sports and high-octane video games without experiencing frame drop in the graphics. This TV has 20W speakers that use technologies like Dolby Digital Plus and Adaptive Sound. With three HDMI ports and two USB ports, you should have access to multiple inputs simultaneously. Finally, the smart TV is compatible with Alexa, Bixby and Google Assistant.
The Sony KLV-50W672G is a 50-inch TV with a full HD resolution and a 50Hz refresh rate. It has a 20W sound output that should be able to deliver a decent sound output in terms of loudness, and Sony has a history of putting good audio quality too. It also has ClearAudio+ technology which should further ensure good sound quality. With HDR, X-protection pro and X-reality pro, the TV should be able to offer sharp, detailed and vivid viewing experience. Finally, the device has two HDMI ports along with two USB ports for seamless connectivity.
This TV uses Dolby Audio and Surround Visualiser to enhance the quality of the 24W sound output. On the display front, the 50-inch screen has a 60Hz refresh rate and a 4K UHD display. It can render images in HDR, and you should expect an immersive viewing experience thanks to additional features such as the A+ grade panel, slim design, and HDR10 (which is claimed to produce 1000 nits of brightness). Also, you can manage the controls without the remote, as this TV supports hands-free voice control. Connectivity options like Bluetooth 5.0, three HDMI ports, and one USB port should enhance your experience further.
This TV from AmazonBasics is an affordable option for those who wish to get the maximum out of their budget. It has an affordable price tag for what it offers. You get 4K UHD resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, and a 178-degree wide viewing angle. For connectivity, you get 3 HDMI 2.0 ports, 1 USB 3.0 and 1 USB 2.0 port to connect devices like a console, Blu Ray player, or a set-top box. For audio, it has inbuilt 20Watts speakers that are aided with Dolby Atmos. The TV runs on Amazon's Fire TV OS and comes with built-in Alexa and apps like Prime Video, Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar, Apple TV and most other popular apps. A 1.95GHz chip takes care of the processing tasks with 1.5GB RAM.