If you are looking for the best TV that money can buy, then you don't need to look beyond this list. We have compiled the list based on TVs that we have reviewed and also some TVs that we haven't but based on their features and specifications, deserve to be on this list. This list is for those where money is no bar and wants the best experience and feature-rich product that money can buy.
The Sony A9F launched in 2018 is the best TV money can buy. It is an OLED panel giving you deep blacks and rich colours. The TV is 4K and supports all HDR formats under the sun including Dolby Vision. The TV has a Netflix calibrated mode giving you the Netflix experience that content creators wanted to give consumers. The TV is also features rich. It has the second generation Sony Acoustic Surface technology which makes the entire display a speaker. The TV has three actuators and two subwoofers to give you an immersive experience. The TV can also work as a centre channel in your home theatre setup eliminating the need for you to invest in a centre channel. The TV runs on Android TV 8 out of the box with support for all streaming services and apps from the Google Play store. The A9F is also the winner of the Digit Zero1 Award 2018.
LG’s 2018 offering sees some improvements in picture quality when compared to its 2017 brethren. However, the biggest addition has to be AI to its already fluid WebOS. Sadly, not all AI features are available in India. The TV produces excellent picture quality and the best part is that the TV automatically selects the best picture preset for the content you are watching making the process of watching TV hassle free. We wish the sound from the built-in speakers were better though.
The top of the line 65-inch OLED form Panasonic brings with it an external soundbar and a UI that is simple to use. The app's library may not be as robust as the offering from Samsung, Sony or LG, but it more than makes up for it with the picture quality. The TV also comes with an external soundbar to ensure you get a good audio experience as well. The TV is for those looking for great picture quality and sound but are OK not having an exhaustive app catalogue in the TVs app store. The TV, however, does come with some nifty sharing features.
The Samsung QLED Q8C is Samsung’s top of the line offering of 2018. The TV has a 4K HDR QLED Panel. It, however, doesn't support Dolby Vision. The TV comes with a one connect box ensuring you don't need to struggle to connect your gadgets to your TV at the same time ensuring the aesthetic appeal of your home entertainment setup. You can also apply attractive background colours to the TV to ensure it doesn't look like a black mirror in your house when not in use.
If aesthetics is what is most important to you then you can consider this wallpaper thin OLED TV from LG. the TV is so thin it looks like a window on your wall. It comes with an accompanying soundbar to which you can connect all your gadgets. The soundbar bundled with the TV is Dolby Atmos enabled. The TV supports 4K and all HDR formats under the sun. It also comes with LG’s AI technology and butter smooth WebOS UI.
If size is what you want then you can consider the Samsung Q9F. This behemoth 88-inch QLED brings with it all the features we saw on the Samsung Q8C along with a full metal design. This TV is available in 88-inches only.
If you don't want to get onto the OLED bandwagon, then you can consider the Sony X90F. The TV has a slim design and brings with Sony’s flagship technology in a LED-backlit LCD TV. The TV supports 4K, HDR 10 and Dolby Vision and runs on Android TV out of the box.
Sony’s flagship OLED is the same as the A1 launched in 2017 with a new design. Sony took a fantastic OLED TV and gave it a new form factor. The TV can play any 4K content in HDR 10 and Dolby Vision beautifully. The key distinguishing feature of the A8F is the sound it produces. Sony has its own technology called acoustic surface which makes the entire TV a speaker for you. The sound output from the Sony A8F is a lot better than competing TVs. The marriage of the visuals of the TV along with the sound and its style makes this the best 4K TV to buy in India today.
The Panasonic FZ950D brings the same features found on the bigger FZ1000D with the subtraction of the soundbar and support for Dolby Vision. The TV has an OLED panel and for those that chose picture quality over smart features.
If an LED backlit LCD TV from the house of Panasonic is what you are looking for then you can consider the 55FX800D. It has fantastic 4K HDR performance for the price, a simple to use UI and popular streaming apps in the app store. The TV is well built too and brings with it an interesting set of content sharing capabilities.
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