43-inches is the right size if you are looking for a TV for a small living room or even a small bedroom or have limited space at home. 43-inch TVs today are available in a wide price range. We have FHD budget offerings and some TVs bringing a 4K experience. The beauty of getting a TV today is that almost all of them offer some form of a smart TV experience. We have also seen a rise in the number of TVs offering Amazon’s Fire TV UI giving consumers more choice. All the TVs on the list today are smart TVs and bring with them support for popular streaming apps. They also bring with them enough connectivity options to ensure you can connect your set-top-box, gaming console and more.
This 43-inch TV from Hisense is a Full HD TV with a refresh rate of 60Hz. For connectivity, it has 2 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. Since the TV runs on Android TV, you get access to all popular streaming services built-in along with access to the Google Assistant. It also comes with a voice-enabled remote control along with OTT hotkeys for Netflix, Google Play Movies and YouTube. The TV offers 24W of sound output. It has 1GB RAM and 8GB built-in storage. You can buy the TV here.
A new entry in the TV space is the TVs from AmazonBasics and what we have today is the 43-inch FHD version of the TV. The display of this TV has a refresh rate of 60Hz. For connectivity, it has 2 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. It also boasts of 20-W of sound output. The TV runs on the Fire TV UI, so if you have ever used a Fire TV stick, you should be right at home with this TV’s UI. The TV comes with Alexa built-in giving you voice controls on the TV along with the ability to control your Alexa enabled home appliances. Moving over to the remote control, it looks like the Fire TV stick remote control but comes with some added buttons. You get the standard power, navigation, voice and playback buttons found on the Fire TV Stick remote control. You can buy the TV here.
The OnePlus 43-inch TV has an FHD resolution and a refresh rate of 60Hz. For connectivity, it has 2 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. It has 20W of sound output. The TV runs on Android TV 9 UI giving you access to the Play Store along with popular streaming services. It also supports the Google Assistant. OnePlus claims that the TV covers 93% of the DCI-P3 colour space. In addition to Android TV, the TV also has OnePlus’ OxygenPlay UI. The companion smartphone app gives you more control over the TV. You can buy the OnePlus TV here.
This 43-inch TV from LG boats of a 4K resolution along with support for Active HDR. The TV has a refresh rate of 50Hz. For connectivity, the TV has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. It has 20W of sound output. The TV runs on LG’s WebOS and gives you access to an app store with access to all popular streaming service. WebOS has a neat and easy to use UI. The TV has an IPS panel, and it also supports DTS: Virtual X. The TV has 1.5GB RAM and 4GB built-in storage. You can buy the LG TV here.
This 43-inch TV from Sony runs on Android bringing with it access to the Google Play Store and all popular streaming services. It has Sony’s X1 4K processor and Triluminos display. The TV is a 4K TV with support for HDR. It also has Sony’s MotionflowXR so that users can enjoy fast-moving content like sports. It also supports 4K HDR gaming. The TV brings with its slim bezels and razor-thin feet. For connectivity, the TV has 3 HDMI ports and 2 USB ports. It has 20W of sound output and sports Sony’s Bass Reflex speakers with ClearAudio+ technology. You can buy the Sony TV here.