10 Best OLED TVs For Everyone (2023 Best Sellers)

On this page, we will share our detailed reviews about the Best OLED TVs for you.

Best 10 OLED TVs Review

1.LG 48″ C1 Series 4K Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ (2021)

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I chose this TV after a lot of research to replace a 2014 era 60″ Samsung plasma. I am very pleased. There were a few specific things that concerned me plus a couple I didn’t think of that I’ll address. I was concerned about the fragility of the very thin screen. I saw a couple of OLEDs (both LG and Sony) on display that appeared to have buckled / warped under their own weight. I was especially concerned about not hanging them perfectly vertical. Mine is about 5 deg forward. So far, everything is fine. I was also concerned about refresh. I have seen some blurred images during sports that I did not notice with my plasma. However, it may have been more about the source and a more critical (too close) viewing distance. From a reasonable viewing distance it seems fine. Overall, I’d have to say this is a better picture than my plasma (which was also not a 4k tv) and I am pleased with this, including the viewing angle. So the picture experience is somewhere between “not noticing a change from a 60″ plasma” to “better”. Oh, the reflections on the plasma glass are much less on this screen – that is nice. The only reason I did not give a 5th star is that I really do not like the LG GUI. Its it overly complex. The simple things (changing inputs and exiting menus) are too hard and the interface seems 70% clogged with things I’ll never use. Unfortunately, the store could not (or would not) demonstrate this ahead of time. I’m not sure I would have made a different choice but it would have at least been a more informed choice. Perhaps somewhere buried in the OS is a way to simplify the GUI. While perhaps I’m “too old” for the tech, my 16 year old is also bothered by it. We are still learning how to manage the sound. There are a number of choices and none of them seem to be able to project pleasing background and clear voice at the same time. Our old set had maybe 3 choices and all were superior. If you are like me and convinced that OLED is your only option to replicate the plasma experience, you will be pleased with this picture! I do highly recommend that you get an opportunity experience the GUI (and also try Sony) before you buy. I will also mention that our 2019ish LG GUI is MUCH better so our previous expectation with LG was positive. Other positives; the price was right and the Geek Squad “deal” was ALMOST tempting now. In fact, after hanging this TV ourselves (we did it, its fine) because this TV is so light (potentially fragile) its built without great options for handling it. I’m guessing LG engineers all use the base and have never put one on the wall. First, it sits higher than our old TV. To put it in the same location, I had to lower our mount. This was aggravating but you can’t see the paint damage….Second, if you purchase anything larger than 65″, I highly recommend hiring Best Buy to do it. The support & installation deal is now worth it. They have the experience and probably extra tricks to do this easily (and they’d be responsible for lifting the massive, fragile object with no handles….) Its a shame to be stuck with the brick of a base. I’d rather not have to buy it unless I want it. I have a pile of flat screen bases now – need one? Last thing, if this matters to you, you will be happy to find this info. Our set up involves an amplified 75 ft plus run of in-wall HDMI from about 10 years ago. I was worried, very worried it wouldn’t work on new tech. Its fine. (I am also still looking for the parts to fix my plasma….) 

2.Lg C2 Series Hdr 4k Smart Oled Tv (2022) – Choose Size

3.LG OLED65B2PUA 65″ 4K OLED UHD Smart TV

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Having owned LG OLED 55 inch tv for a few years now and this upgrade does definitely seems like a good upgrade. The size is very big and makes me feel like I’m in a cinema. Also the picture quality of this tv is very crisp and clear and every pixel is lit up so nice and brightly. It definitely lights up the room when the main lights are turned off. The sound quality is very clear and loud but I will look to get some surround sound speakers in the future to get that surround sound experience that we get in the cinema. The depth of the tv is so thin mostly three quarters of the tv is the size of a few pieces of paper and the bottom quarter where the speakers and other hardware device are located is only an inch and a half in depth which makes it very light and easy to hang on a wall wether it’s brick or on a wooden joist. Currently I have it on the stand as it doesn’t come with a bracket but in future il have e it hanged as it would make the room look better. There is a function on there that makes the screen look like a photo frame also when on standby it turns the screen black with a images of fireworks appearing and message to say touch any key to switch on. This tv is more responsive then my last one as the cursor moves quicker with this lovely remote that has changed for the better and feels more comfortable to hold. I love the features on them and they have added extra short cuts to my favourite Apps on the TV. The packaging it comes in is very minimal to avoid waste and it is easy to get out of the box and set up, however two people are needed with the size of the tv to lift it out and put it in place. The new stand it comes with looks more stable and trendy. So the negatives of the this TV is that they don’t come with scart port and also they have reduced the HDMI ports to three as my previous one had four. When the home button is pressed the program that’s on stops and it goes to a different screen whereas on my previous tv the program stayed and on the bottom the line of all the apps appeared which was better. However when home button is pressed a new screen appears which shows a lot more functions which can be accessed at a touch of a button so it’s not all bad. Also every few days when you switch the tv on a message appears asking to upgrade the software for a better experience which is good but can be annoying too as it takes a few mins to update if you do go ahead but it’s not really necessary so you can decline it but however it is there. 

4.Sony Bravia XR 55″ X90K 4K HDR Full Array LED TV with Smart Google TV

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Bought this to replace a Samsung that appeared to have a malfunctioning HDMI port. In the two most important ways, this Sony is a much better set, even accounting for the differences in their specifications. For starters, the picture quality is more consistent, and looks better from an angle than the Samsung, which wasn’t bad, but tended to look washed out in comparison (especially from any angle other than straight on). Next, the sound quality is less anemic than the Samsung, the thin sound of which prompted me to get the soundbar I’ve been using the last couple of years. (I’m going to continue using the soundbar, but that’s mainly because I’ve become used to the low frequencies provided by the paired subwoofer, and TV sound seems thin without it.) There are some other nice features the Sony offers: The remote control is much better than the minimalist remote that came with the Samsung. Its layout makes much more sense—and I’m already noticing that I’m less likely to press the wrong button by mistake. (Although the Samsung remote has a solar recharging feature and a USB-C port, eliminating the need for conventional batteries.) The “screen off” function is a nice surprise. In conjunction with the sleep timer, you can have music or a video play you to sleep without having to contend with the brightness of a TV screen. Audio sync (between set and soundbar, if you’re using one) is automatic—a lot more convenient than having to experiment with coarse manual settings that might work for one input source but be slightly off for another. The volume control is a lot finer. On the one hand, it feels a little weird to turn the volume up to 50 (it goes up to 100); on the other, that means it doesn’t go from zero to full blast (this is with the soundbar) in just a small number of presses of the volume control. There are some things that could be improved with this set, however: 1. The operating system. Whether it’s Android (Google TV) or Sony, a lot of stuff is buried in menus (including that annoying sound every time you press anything on the remote—when I did find the setting to turn that off, it was several hours later, and I found it only while I was looking for something else). And setup is a lot more involved than it needs to be—for example, it really shouldn’t be necessary to install yet another app (Google Home) on my phone, yet that was required in order to use the QR code to avoid having to do a lot of “typing” with the remote. (Plus I’m not a fan of Android anyway.) 2. With the Samsung, everything connected to it was essentially integrated to the point where it wasn’t necessary to have all remotes handy. For example, to watch a movie, turning on the blu-ray or DVD player would also turn on the TV, with the correct input selected automatically (even if the TV and player are different brands)—no need to turn on the TV, then the player, and then change the input using the TV remote before starting the movie. Unlike the Samsung, however, the Sony has a “Quick Settings” menu that enables you to select the input and make other adjustments without having to go to the home screen and then locate the appropriate submenu (which was easy to miss on the first try because the Samsung menu’s layout was not as intuitive as it should have been, resulting in a lot of skipping around with the cursor). 3. The sleep timer only goes up to 120 minutes. (A little thing to be sure, but the Samsung’s timer went up to 180, and the LG I had before that went up to 240.) 4. The Sony was really slow reading the contents of a USB flash drive when first inserted. It took long enough, in fact, it wasn’t until I had formatted and loaded videos on a second USB flash drive that the set was able to display the contents of more than one folder on the first drive (except for one that contained only still images)—which easily took about an hour. I never encountered any such delay using that same drive with the Samsung. In the end, though, it’s a television, so the picture and sound quality are what’s important. I can put up with the little inconveniences—although I hope they will address some of them in future updates. 

5.Sony Xr83a90j A90J Bravia XR Master 83 in HDR 4K UHD Smart OLED TV

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Well here goes, My SONY 83A90J was delivered this past Tuesday Nov 8th and I moved my 2 year old (still great) SONY 77A9G to my bedroom. I debated and debated for many weeks before I decided to make this move and here are my thoughts about the upgrade: –Major brightness improvement on the SONY 83A90J especially the highlights. But overall a brightness boost thats quite noticable. Even any white lettering on screen is brighter. Even the blacks seem to be inkier and deeper on the SONY 83A90J therefore the contrast seems to be more intense, therefore the brightness is perceived to be even brighter than any actual “NIT” measurements, colors seem to be richer also on the SONY 83A90J than my prior model the SONY 77A9G. –SIze increase from the 77 to the 83 is larger but not especially so to my eyes –I dont have (luckily) any panel problems on the new SONY 83A90J. No tinting, no grid effects, no noticable DSE, no noticable OLED vertical banding to speak of, no center “large” bar or slighlty right of center. Not looking for any screen problems…not running any slides…not looking very hard either…just enjoying the picture –Love BRAVIA CORE and the 10 free movies. Watched “Bullet Train” with Brad Pitt and “Spider Man – Far From home” and the picture and clarity , brightness blew me away. Fun that you can choose in the Picture settings IMAX ENHANCED and/or BRAVIA CORE CALIBRATION SETTINGS (which are similar to NETLIX CALIBRATION SETTING) –My Cable Box 1081i is good-to-great depending on the channel. The new SONY COGNITIVE PROCESSOR does a helluva job cleaning things up but still “garbage in-garbage out” still applies In conclusion, I am happy with my upgrade from my prior 2 year old (still great) SONY77A9G to my current SONY 83A90J. I do see the improvement and I didnt think I would. Question: Was it worth the price of the 83A90J? Thats the question I have asked myself since the delivery. I have to say “yes”. And I still have until January 14th to decide since the Holiday Return Best Buy policy made the purchase even more” you cant go wrong”… But VERY likley its a keeper and will likley sell my previous SONY 77A9G. My new SONY 83 A90J Build Date if your interested: SEPT 2022 

6.LG Oled48c1pub 48 inch 4K Smart OLED TV 2021 + SP9YA Soundbar Bundle

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I chose this TV after a lot of research to replace a 2014 era 60″ Samsung plasma. I am very pleased. There were a few specific things that concerned me plus a couple I didn’t think of that I’ll address. I was concerned about the fragility of the very thin screen. I saw a couple of OLEDs (both LG and Sony) on display that appeared to have buckled / warped under their own weight. I was especially concerned about not hanging them perfectly vertical. Mine is about 5 deg forward. So far, everything is fine. I was also concerned about refresh. I have seen some blurred images during sports that I did not notice with my plasma. However, it may have been more about the source and a more critical (too close) viewing distance. From a reasonable viewing distance it seems fine. Overall, I’d have to say this is a better picture than my plasma (which was also not a 4k tv) and I am pleased with this, including the viewing angle. So the picture experience is somewhere between “not noticing a change from a 60″ plasma” to “better”. Oh, the reflections on the plasma glass are much less on this screen – that is nice. The only reason I did not give a 5th star is that I really do not like the LG GUI. Its it overly complex. The simple things (changing inputs and exiting menus) are too hard and the interface seems 70% clogged with things I’ll never use. Unfortunately, the store could not (or would not) demonstrate this ahead of time. I’m not sure I would have made a different choice but it would have at least been a more informed choice. Perhaps somewhere buried in the OS is a way to simplify the GUI. While perhaps I’m “too old” for the tech, my 16 year old is also bothered by it. We are still learning how to manage the sound. There are a number of choices and none of them seem to be able to project pleasing background and clear voice at the same time. Our old set had maybe 3 choices and all were superior. If you are like me and convinced that OLED is your only option to replicate the plasma experience, you will be pleased with this picture! I do highly recommend that you get an opportunity experience the GUI (and also try Sony) before you buy. I will also mention that our 2019ish LG GUI is MUCH better so our previous expectation with LG was positive. Other positives; the price was right and the Geek Squad “deal” was ALMOST tempting now. In fact, after hanging this TV ourselves (we did it, its fine) because this TV is so light (potentially fragile) its built without great options for handling it. I’m guessing LG engineers all use the base and have never put one on the wall. First, it sits higher than our old TV. To put it in the same location, I had to lower our mount. This was aggravating but you can’t see the paint damage….Second, if you purchase anything larger than 65″, I highly recommend hiring Best Buy to do it. The support & installation deal is now worth it. They have the experience and probably extra tricks to do this easily (and they’d be responsible for lifting the massive, fragile object with no handles….) Its a shame to be stuck with the brick of a base. I’d rather not have to buy it unless I want it. I have a pile of flat screen bases now – need one? Last thing, if this matters to you, you will be happy to find this info. Our set up involves an amplified 75 ft plus run of in-wall HDMI from about 10 years ago. I was worried, very worried it wouldn’t work on new tech. Its fine. (I am also still looking for the parts to fix my plasma….) 

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7.Refurbished LG 42 inch Class 4K (2160p) Smart OLED TV (oled42c2pua)

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I started this whole OLED screen for a computer monitor back when the LG CX released, and used it exclusively as a computer monitor for gaming and movies, I did not use it for static work like photo and video editing, until now when I got this 42″ OLED. Now my main monitor is the 48″ CX (with all the usual precautions, dark backgrounds that change every few minutes, no taskbar, no desktop icons etc) and the 42″ is now my small OLED gaming and movie only monitor. The image and motion processing has indeed improved with 2 years difference between the two, but I have some simple things I would like LG to change to really make the future C3, G3 and what was it, the M3? truly market leading screens for the money. I heard about there being a special separate box running all the smart functions and making the new C3, M3, G3 (and I guess A3 and B3 for budget 60hz options) smart tv optional, this is a move in the correct direction, and I hope LG will keep it simple and make it so this box is a simple USB Type-C powered and HDMI 2.1 48gbps connected streaming device running the smart WebOS platform, with 4 passthrough hdmi 2.1 ports and 3 usb 3.0 ports for connecting streaming devices to power and display to show up on the these new televisions. Please simplify connecting things to the display like this. Furthermore, I know you won’t like me saying this but I and many of your customers want the WebOS to be only in this smart connected device and not part of the hardware of the OLED screen anymore. I think to make this work, you would need 5 HDMI 2.1 ports (one taken out of the box for the connected LG smart device) and besides the 100w power delivery USB Type-C, please, please give us at least two other usb ports that are usb 3.0 and 5gbps. Then please, besides a Wi-Fi 6E network chip, upgrade from the slow 10/100 port to a 10/100/1000 1gbps ethernet port. Streaming services like Geforce Now that you work with NVIDIA with, absolutely require gigabit internet to work at best quality. What I and many others, what we want is for the television to have all the usual menu functions like motion control, game optimizer, picture settings etc but no more smart functions like streaming services built in. To emphasize again, All the smart functions should be in the LG device connected to the new OLED televisions through its hdmi and type-c connections. What I am asking for is for you to make the new OLED televisions both smart tv capable and also easily able to be a simple computer monitor as well. While that 48 inch oled monitor you made is great, many of us actually want a glossy television to also be a PC monitor and that is a selling point many of us chose your OLED tvs for, for the amazing 4K 120hz OLED picture on a glossy panel. I know that its because people want the matte anti glare finish because that is what computer monitors have for many reasons. But for all my praise, I do have some constructive criticisms. I think the new image processor within the new OLED panels, needs to be much stronger to handle motion better. Whenever I used the motion interpolation function to interpolate up to 120fps or the 120z of the OLED panel, it appeared as though it was unable to maintain the interpolated 120fps frame rate and would frequently drop down to what looked like 30fps or less, causing a lot of stuttering and lag. This is obviously due to the image processor being severely underpowered because when I turned off all LG motion interpolation and used one built into my video editing software to compare, my computer’s CPU and GPU working together, interpolated the same 24fps movies up to 120fps with no issues at all. Also, about the black frame insertion being limited to 60hz, please bring back native 120hz black frame insertion. I say all of these things because I have knowledge of what your competitors are doing as I work in the industry, you asked me not to mention them so I will not. Do these things that I have asked here, and watch the sales improve far more than the LG CX to the C2 now. I do have one other hardware thing I know that you should consider also regarding your competitors, one already showed off a 32 inch OLED display (as in 32.50″ viewable or about half of one of your 65″ OLED panels) it would make sense for you at LG to use the leftover 65″ OLED panels to make a 32.25″ LG C3 a reality, especially with the move to make these displays both televisions and monitors, so they do not become e-waste, making all the smart tv streaming in the LG smart hdmi device is the right thing to do so people can keep using their older OLED panels and upgrade to your new ones as time and money permits people to do so. Please be eco-friendly by doing this. As for how to make these displays work with my ideas? Easy, you know your LG display software called LG OnScreen? How about making it so if I am not using the type-c for the LG streaming box, if I connect a usb-c cable from my computer to the C3 for example, then I should be able to control the screen’s OSD and all picture settings through the LG OnScreen software. I know it is your choice to listen or not and let your competitors get to be the first ones to do what I am asking for their OLED television with optional smart device functions . Again, you know who they are and I will not mention them. You know you can do this to make things simpler and so people can have the tv be a monitor like myself and others, and the general public can still have their built in smart functions, please try to do what I asked, I already know your competitors are planning to do all I said here and more, to sell more screens for television and monitors since they know being flexible and catering their OLED televisions for the combined market for both televisions and computer monitors is far more sensible than forcing people to put up with advertisements and smart functions just to have a glossy OLED display. As far as everything else goes, this display shows me the true quality of all the video games I get time to play and also the movies and even youtube videos, all of it looks fantastic on OLED. I will say this especially, going back and playing through old favorite games especially with OLED quality just has to be seen, I know it might seem like exaggerating the benefits of OLED, but I am really seeing details I never saw before on my older LCD panels, mostly because most of them were terrible anti glare matte displays where even at 4K resolution they didn’t look all that great, this display is like looking into a window of the game world, it really makes you slow down and appreciate details, especially in a big open world video game. Thank you at LG for these quality OLED panels, I am looking forward to see great things with the new OLED tech you bring with the new panels. 

8.Sony A80J 65 inch TV: Bravia XR OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV with Dolby …

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I don’t know if this is the best available for the money but it certainly is the best I’ve seen and could afford. Fabulous picture and sound. One thing I really appreciate though is how good it is at taking care of itself. All the easy setup features, screen savers and especially the out the box picture settings. I know a lot of the options are necessary, very useful, and I do make small adjustments, but I can easily get lost in them, becoming unable to settle. It’s great not to feel I need to, it just looks excellent to me straight away. Down sides? Well, the instructions for the feet fitting could perhaps be benefit from some wording, especially for the centre placement swap. Easy enough to do when you know how, but confusing initially with the faint pictures and numbering system. Also, unless I’ve missed something, which is entirely possible, there’s no obvious easy way to turn down sub bass when it’s not needed. The 125k equalizer setting had little effect so I put it in dialogue mode instead which helped. Remote buttons could be a little too small for anybody with bigger fingers too. Overall though this tv really delivers where it counts and plenty more, making a real event of movies like I’ve never experienced. 

9.Samsung 65″ Class S95B 4K OLED Smart TV

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Hey everyone, just wanted to quickly give my impressions on the new Samsung S95B QD-Oled tv I got: Perfect uniformity, all the way down to 1% grey fields No color tinting, even on white it is pristine Input lag numbers provided below with Leo Bodnar 4k tester The brightness… wow, way brighter than the my G1 oled, way way brighter The entire image looks more 3d depth than any display I have seen before Motion is much cleaner than the G1 Zero image retention, tested against the G1, which gets it right away, huge difference here Anti glare is more effective than the G1 The tv screen feels and looks like glass (apparently the tv has Cornings new gorilla/astra glass) compared the LG oleds that have a plastic feel to the screen The QD Oled is the best display I have ever seen in my life, especially for gaming. The uniformity is perfect, the brightness is incredible, perfect blacks, motion that is so clear and sharp, no input lag, VRR and the colors… wow. QD Oled tech is looking to fix all the issue I have with wrgb: No tinting, even at extreme angles No vertical banding, even down to 1% grey slides!! Pixel structure is very tight on QD Oled, not on wrgb Motion is clearer The QD Oled is like if you took an qled and combined with and Oled and then gave it better than plasma uniformity and crt depth of image and colors and you get an idea what this display is like. Displays I currently own so you all can get an idea where I am coming from: 75 Sony Z8H 65 LG G1 55 Samsung S95B 60 Pioneer 600m In the past I have had: 75 Sony Z9D 55 LG C7 Samsung Q9F Here are the details for input lag numbers for the Samsung S95B QD Oled tested with the Leo Bodnar 4k lag tester: Game mode at 4k: 9.4ms on Fastest input lag setting/ 13ms on faster setting/ didn’t bother checking fast setting Game mode with Game Motion plus turned on at 4k: 13ms with fastest input lag setting Game mode with Game Motion plus and BFI at 4k 60: 35ms , has less flicker than LG G1 in bfi with fastest input lag setting PC Mode at 4k : 9.2ms on Fastest input lag setting Some special notes: You can have Still use medium and High Peak Brightness in Game mode and with Game Motion plus so BFI from a brightness standpoint is possible now, hopefully they can get the lag down in that mode! PC mode does 4:4:4 and allows you to still use peak brightness medium and high which is amazing and I see no brightness difference over non pc mode and no dimming in either modes with logo dimming off. In PC mode you cannot select Game Motion Plus. Below I am going answer many questions I have gotten on this tv: 1: No vertical banding at any IRE or any color or panning screens, zero dse on the screen. Watching Hockey is next level on this tv! 2: Viewing angles are as far as you want to go with no tinting, it is something you actually will notice in a good way. 3: I left the screen on for 12hrs straight yesterday and had it playing random 4k game clips at max brightness. The tv screen and back metal backplate was cold to the touch. My LG G1 will eventually get warm doing something like that. 4: No image retention. I was asked to test leaving screens with bright yellow and even over 20-30 mins sitting there, no image retention. These displays are like crt in that regard, very robust image retention compared to wrgb which my LG G1 shows retention after 10-20 seconds.This was done with pixel shifting off and logo dimming off at max brightness and peak brightness at High, also tested at medium and same results, no image retention. 5: VRR works perfectly. There is some flicker on loading and menu screens like Halo Infinite. I have not encountered any other VRR flickering in gameplay. Issues I have seen on this tv: 1: The pixel shift seems to sometimes revert back to on after turning the tv off and turning it back on. Have to go into the menu to turn on and off again to turn it off. 2: The panels are very thin, mine has a slight warping/bend probably due to shipping. Nothing that is noticable unless really looking for it. So just be careful moving it. 3: There is some VRR flicker in some Halo Infinite menus, have not seen other instance yet. I hope this information helps 

10.LG 28LM430B-PU – 28-inch Full HD OLED TV (2017) w/ Warranty Bundle

The Best 10 OLED TVs List

Rank Product Price Rating
1 LG Oled55c1pub 55″ 4K OLED TV (Certified Refurbished No Stand) with Warranty Bundle $1,149.99 4.8
2 Restored Sony Xr65a80j 65 inch Class Bravia XR OLED 4K Ultra HD Smart Google TV … $1,498.00 5
3 LG OLED65B2PUA 65″ HDR 4K Smart OLED B2 Series TV 2022 + 4 Year Extended Warranty $1,346.99 4.7
4 LG OLED42C3PUA C3 OLED Evo Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR – 42″ $1,299.99 5
5 LG OLED83C3PUA C3 OLED Evo Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR – 83″ $5,299.99 5
6 LG G1 77″ OLED Evo 4K Smart TV OLED77G1PUA $3,199.00 4.8
7 Samsung Neo QN85B 85″ 4K QLED Smart TV $2,399.99 4.7
8 LG Oled48c1pub 48 inch 4K Smart OLED TV 2021 + SP9YA Soundbar Bundle $1,046.31 4.8
9 LG OLED Evo G3 83 inch 4K Smart TV (2023) $6,499.99 5
10 Sony OLED 65 inch Bravia XR A80K Series 4K Ultra HD TV: Smart Google TV with … $1,698.00 4.7

Editor Pick’s 10 OLED TVs

  • Vizio OLED 65″ Class 4K HDR SmartCast Smart TV Oled65-h1
  • LG GX 55″ Gallery Design 4K Smart OLED TV with Ai ThinQ -OLED55GXPUA
  • LG OLED Evo G3 83 inch 4K Smart TV (2023)
  • Sony Bravia XR 65″ A95K 4K HDR OLED TV with Smart Google TV
  • LG – 77″ Class A2 Series OLED 4K UHD Smart webOS TV
  • Sony Master Series A9G 55-Inch Class Bravia HDR 4K UHD Smart OLED TV
  • Lg C2 Series Hdr 4k Smart Oled Tv (2022) – Choose Size
  • Samsung 65″ Class S95B 4K OLED Smart TV
  • LG C2 Series OLED Smart TV (Refurbished)
  • LG OLED65G2PUA 65″ 4K OLED Evo Gallery Edition TV

OLED TVs Related Questions

Question:Are OLED TVs worth it?

Answer: OLED TVs Offer the Widest Viewing Angles While QLED TVs have improved in this department in recent years, OLEDs still come out on top. There is little to no degradation in color and brightness, even at severe off-angles. So, no matter where you’re seated in the room, you’re getting the best picture quality possible.

Question:Which is better OLED or QLED?

Answer: OLED has better contrast and black level QLED/LCD TVs, even the best ones with the most effective full-array local dimming, let some light through, leading to more washed-out, grayer black levels and blooming around bright sections.

Question:Are OLED TVs being phased out?

Answer: Dual Cell appears to be phased out in TV, we forecast zero volume for this technology starting in 2022, and. Rollable OLED TV, introduced by LG in 2021, has been discontinued in 2022.

Question:What are the disadvantages of OLED TV?

Answer: Besides the noted advantages of OLED display, some of the disadvantages include: Shorter lifetime then some other display technologies. This shorter lifetime is mainly due to the blue organic material but lifetime gets better all the time but is also due to moisture migration. Poor sunlight readability.

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