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Best 4K OLED TVs 2024: Choosing the very best TV this year

Choosing the best 4K OLED TV of 2024
Choosing the best 4K OLED TV of 2024

Choosing a TV in the current market is comparable to shopping for clothes in a bustling market. The plethora of models is overwhelming, with new displays hitting the market almost daily. Virtually every company endeavors to introduce groundbreaking technologies promising a radical enhancement in picture quality. Here are eight of the most impressive devices that have become available in retail this year.

8. LG A2

8. LG A2

Screen sizes – 48, 55, 65” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – OLED | OS – webOS | Format support – HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Pros  deep black color for a relatively modest amount

Cons – hardly suitable for gamers

Verdict – Entrance ticket to the world of OLED

The younger model LG A2 cannot boast of a very large screen size – but by OLED standards it is quite inexpensive. The image processing processor here is Alpha 7 Gen 5, first introduced in 2021, and the sound system (albeit not very powerful) is built according to the 5.1.2 scheme. Alas, you will have to do without 120 Hz and HDMI 2.1 ports – this is the price for the relative availability of OLED technology . But with the black depth and contrast level, the LG A2 is more than fine!

7. LG G3

7.LG G3

Screen sizes – 55, 65, 77, 83” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – OLED | OS – webOS | Format support – HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Pros  120 Hz, excellent balance of brightness and contrast thanks to the Micro Lens Array system

Cons – rather weak built-in acoustics, high price

Verdict – Expensive flagship – but worth it

LG’s modern flagship offers a clever combination of the latest generation panel, Micro Lens Array (MLA) microlens system and the powerful a9 AI Processor Gen6. As a result, the brightness breaks records while maintaining “absolute” black – if you find this not enough, you can use the Brightness Booster Max feature. As many as four HDMI 2.1 ports, 4K at 120 Hz, VRR (variable refresh rate) and AMD FreeSync – everything literally screams about quality.

6. Sony A80L

6. Sony A80L

Screen sizes – 55, 65, 77, 83” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – OLED | OS – Google TV | Format support – HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Pros : luxurious sound, picture to match

Cons – not too bright

Verdict – a cool device for brand lovers

The average model in Sony’s OLED series guarantees a familiar picture – clear, deep and vibrantly colored (thanks to the proprietary Cognitive Processor XR), and even with a 120 Hz scan rate. The Acoustic Surface Audio+ sound system really works, the device is capable of pumping up even a relatively large room – you won’t need a soundbar. Among the shortcomings, it is worth noting only a couple of ports with HDMI 2.1 and a slightly reduced brightness by modern standards.

5. LG B3

5. LG B3

Screen sizes – 55, 65, 77” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – OLED | OS – webOS | Format support – HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Pros  reference picture in games

Cons – sound talent is “C”, only two HDMI 2.1 ports

Verdict – cutting-edge TV

The second model from LG demonstrates an excellent price/quality ratio – the depth of black color is crazy, and 120 Hz scanning and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) will be a balm for the soul of gamers. There is only one “but” – if you plan to use the device in a large room – take care of an external sound system; the built-in acoustics of the LG B3 are rather weak.

4. Sony A95L

4. Sony A95L

Screen sizes – 55, 65, 77” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – QD-OLED | OS – Google TV | Format support – HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Pros  incredible picture quality, 120 Hz scan rate

Cons – again – only two HDMI 2.1 ports

Verdict – Sony breaks records

The top model in the line of the famous Japanese corporation offers almost everything you could dream of in this segment – and even more. The QD-OLED panel provides double the brightness of previous generations, and the proprietary Cognitive Processor XR guarantees an open-window image that can easily be confused with the real world. 4K/120Hz, VRR, ALLM, and even Dolby Vision came via software update. The icing on the cake is the Bravia CAM camera, through which you can make video calls or set up energy saving scenarios for the model. Bravo.

3.LG C3

3.LG C3

Screen sizes – 42, 48, 55, 65, 77, 83” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – OLED | OS – webOS | Format support – HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

Pros  excellent price-quality-features ratio

Cons – brightness could be a little higher

Verdict – LG will not let you down

If you want a TV that’s worth every penny you put into it, the roads lead to the LG C3. Screen up to 83”, 4K 120 Hz, VRR and Dolby Vision, Quick Media Switching option. The function of combining the TV sound system with additional Wow Orchestra speakers is a long list, but it’s better to see it once. Yes, there is no super-brightness here (only 800 nits), but the price, whatever one may say, dots the i’s.

2.Samsung S90C

2.Samsung S90C

Screen sizes – 55, 65, 77, 83” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – QD-OLED | OS – Tizen | Formats supported – HDR10+, HDR10, HLG

Pros  Finally – a combination of high brightness and infinite contrast

Cons – no Dolby Vision

Verdict – the new generation of Samsung TV is good in everything

Samsung’s junior QD-OLED, although it does not reach the brightness level of the flagship, still breaks records (1,000 nits) for this indicator – finally, OLED TV can be used without problems even in a sunny room. The Neural Quantum 4K processor in the Samsung S90C is similar to that used in the flagship; the system combines 20 neural networks that work synchronously to improve picture quality (4K, 120 Hz). The result is phenomenal.

1.Samsung S95C

1.Samsung S95C

Screen sizes – 55, 65, 77, 83” | Resolution – 4K | Panel – QD-OLED | OS – Tizen | Formats supported – HDR10+, HDR10, HLG

Pros  simply a reference image in every sense

Cons – no Dolby Vision, high price

Verdict – the choice of perfectionists

Samsung S95C synthesizes all the best that you expect from a TV of this class. The model guarantees 1,400 nits of brightness, offers 144 Hz scanning and support for VRR, ALLM and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. The color palette is especially impressive – frankly, we have never seen such luxurious colors on TV. A genuine alien from the future, deserving of long and lasting applause.

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