Best Televisions for 2021

14 Televisions ranked and analyzed based on the reviews from 228k+ customers and expert
LG OLED C9

LG OLED C9

"The LG C9 OLED blows us away with impressive picture and sound, a truly smart smart TV experience, and a decidedly sleek design."
As posted by tomsguide.com

Pros

  • Perfect blacks
  • Fast response time, low input lag
  • Wide viewing angles

Cons

  • Lacks HDR10 support
  • Low risk of burn-in

Features

LG C1 OLED

LG C1 OLED

"The LG C1 is an amazing all-around TV. It has stunning picture quality thanks to its near-infinite contrast ratio, which is great for watching movies or gaming in the dark. The near-instant response time makes motion look exceptionally clear in fast-moving games and sports, and its low input lag is great for gaming or use as a PC monitor. While it doesn't get very bright for HDR, its high contrast helps it deliver a satisfying HDR experience."
As posted by rtings.com

Pros

  • Nearly instantaneous response time
  • Wide viewing angles
  • Excellent Contrast

Cons

  • Small risk of permanent burn-in
  • Reflective glass surface
  • No HDR10

Features

Sony A8H OLED

Sony A8H OLED

"The Sony A8H OLED isn't even the flagship model for 2020, but it certainly could be. This television is something very special, but it isn't for everyone."
As posted by digitaltrends.com

Pros

  • Perfect black levels
  • Wide viewing angles
  • Good sound quality

Cons

  • No HDMI 2.1
  • No HDR10 support
  • Potential for screen burn

Features

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED

"Samsung’s first Neo QLED TV is thinner, brighter and bolder than before, but it comes with a few caveats."
As posted by techradar.com

Pros

  • Extreme brightness
  • Exquisite color saturation
  • Powerful upscaling

Cons

  • Pedestal stand is wobbly
  • No OneConnect Box
  • No Dolby Vision support

Features

LG CX OLED

LG CX OLED

"The LG CX is another fantastic OLED TV from the company with beautiful image quality, enhanced upscaling abilities and a robust feature set"
As posted by trustedreviews.com

Pros

  • Wide viewing angles
  • Superior contrast and off-angle image
  • Gorgeous super-slim design

Cons

  • Heavy bass can distort
  • No HDR10 support
  • Limited potential for burn-in

Features

Samsung Q80T QLED

Samsung Q80T QLED

"The Samsung Q80T is an impressive all-around TV. It's great for watching movies or other content in the dark thanks to its high contrast ratio, but it also performs well in bright rooms because of its high peak brightness and incredible reflection handling. HDR content also looks good since it has a wide color gamut and gets bright enough for some highlights to pop. It has an excellent response time, so motion looks clear in fast-moving content like video games or sports, and it comes with advanced features like VRR support."
As posted by rtings.com

Pros

  • Excellent response time
  • Great contrast ratio
  • Remarkable reflection handling

Cons

  • No Dolby Vision
  • No Ultra Wide Viewing Angle layer

Features

Sony X900H

Sony X900H

"The Sony X900H is a great TV for mixed usage. Its picture quality is great thanks to its excellent contrast ratio, high peak brightness, and wide color gamut. HDR content also looks good, with rich colors and highlights that pop for the most part. Gamers should appreciate its fast response time and low input lag, although VRR support is currently missing. Unfortunately, it's less suited to watching with larger groups because it has narrow viewing angles that make the image look washed out from the side."
As posted by rtings.com

Pros

  • Excellent contrast ratio
  • Fast response time
  • Excellent overall image quality

Cons

  • Narrow viewing angles
  • No HDR10
  • Reflective screen

Features

TCL 6 Series

TCL 6 Series

"The TCL 6-Series QLED TV offers high quality visuals at a very low price making it one of the best ways to enjoy HDR and 4K video without blowing the budget."
As posted by toptenreviews.com

Pros

  • Great gaming performance
  • Outstanding contrast ratio
  • Excellent peak brightness

Cons

  • Sound is a little weak
  • Narrow viewing angles
  • Poor motion handling

Features

Vizio OLED

Vizio OLED

"Vizio's OLED TV delivers the lush image quality that the technology is famous for at a price lower than the competition (LG and Sony). LG and Sony, however, both deliver stronger image processing (and Bluetooth, too)."
As posted by techhive.com

Pros

  • Infinite contrast ratio
  • Very wide viewing angles
  • Stunning 4K HDR pictures

Cons

  • Risk of permanent burn-in
  • Not as bright as other OLEDs

Features

Hisense U8QF

Hisense U8QF

"Hisense’s top-end TV for 2020 delivers largely impressive pictures. Sadly, though, it’s let down by a couple of pretty fundamental flaws. "
As posted by techradar.com

Pros

  • Bright, colourful HDR pictures
  • Good sound system
  • Black levels are good, mostly

Cons

  • Picture drops out in very dark moments
  • Various motion problems
  • Some HDR colour banding

Features

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