Unlike smartphones, a TV is a purchase that is meant to last many years. As such, you would want to buy the best possible technology in order to future proof yourself, lest you find yourself falling behind the cutting edge of technology. HDR or High Dynamic Range offers a wider range of colors and better brightness levels, which in turn result in better picture quality. HDR is usually found in 4K TVs, which also helps to ensure that your TV is future proof.
The Sony Bravia A8G features a 55-inch 4K OLED display. Since it is an OLED panel, you can expect much better contrast as well as more vibrant colors as compared to standard LED panels. The TV also comes with Sony's own X1 Extreme processor, which is said to offer features such as object-based HDR remaster, Super Bit Mapping HDR, Dynamic Contrast Enhancer and more. The TV also supports most HDR formats such as HDR10, HLG HDR and Dolby Vision. The TV runs on Android TV OS, which should ensure access to a range of video streaming applications. It also comes with the company's Acoustic Surface Technology, which uses the display itself as a speaker.
If you are looking for a big TV that supports HDR, then this model from LG should do just fine. It has a 65-inch 4K UHD display that relies on technologies like 4K Active HDR and True Colour Accuracy to deliver a viewing experience filled with fine details. The TV has various pre-installed OTT platforms like Netflix, Disney+ Hotstar and Amazon Prime Video, which means you can enjoy all your favourite content in premium video quality. Further enhancing your TV viewing experience is the 20W inbuilt speakers that use the DTS: Virtual X technology to give you the feel of surround sound.
Here is a 65-inch QLED 4K UHD TV from TCL from which you can expect a visual output laced with bright and accurate colour renditions. Furthermore, it uses the Micro Dimming technology to ensure that the tones of blacks on the screen appear as desired, which should ensure a detailed viewing experience even during scenes with less light. Thanks to the 30W speakers used in this TV, you can expect to get the optimum sound output for a medium to large-sized room. It has three HDMI ports and two USB ports at the back, using which you can connect your gaming consoles, additional speakers, set-top box and more.
Here is a 65-inch TV from Sony that uses a dedicated 4K HDR processor to render images in brilliant fashion. The Triluminos display uses technologies like 4K X-Reality Pro and Motionflow XR 100 to deliver a visual output with more details than usual. You can also enjoy your games in HDR by simply connecting your gaming console to any of the three HDMI ports given at the back. The TV should be equally good in the sound department, thanks to its 20W bass-reflex speakers and ClearAudio+ technology.
If you are looking for a big TV for high-end gaming with good graphics, then this model from LG should do just fine. It has a 65-inch 4K UHD display that uses the quad-core 4K processor to deliver a visual output with good details. Moreover, it has a special HGiG gaming profile, which enables you to play your high-end games without a drop in the quality of their graphics, as per company claims. Another interesting thing going for this TV is the fact that it uses 20W 2.0ch speakers to deliver a virtual surround sound experience, which will further enhance your gaming and TV viewing experience.
This 43-inch QLED TV from Samsung with a Quantum Dot display, features technologies such as Quantum HDR and Supreme UHD Dimming to ensure efficient picture quality. As per company claims, it delivers a visual output with 100% colour volume, so that you can enjoy a detailed viewing experience with good accuracy in terms of colour renditions. This TV also excels in the sound department as well, thanks to the 40W 4ch speakers, which should easily fill up a big room. You can take your whole TV viewing experience to the next level by connecting your gaming consoles, Blu Ray speakers and set-top box using the four HDMI ports at the back.