The best TV to buy in 2020:
There’s never a bad time to buy one of the best TVs of 2020, there certainly are less-optimal times… and, unfortunately, January/February is one of them.
This month we are expecting big discounts starting around before the PSL and in March and April we’ll start to get a bunch of new models, but Febraury doesn’t have much in the way of brand-new screens you can buy now. There are plenty of amazing TVs from 2019 that are still well-worth buying. To help you find your next big-screen we put together a list of 5 TVs total.
Best TV at a glance:
- Samsung Q90R QLED TV
- LG C9 OLED Series
- Vizio P-Series Quantum X
- Samsung Q900R QLED TV
- Sony A9G Master Series OLED
1. Samsung Q90R QLED TV (2019)
Bright and beautiful but still missing some key components
65-inch: Samsung QN65Q90R | 75-inch: Samsung QN75Q90R
Last year, the Samsung Q9FN was the TV to beat. It won plaudits galore for its features and image quality, not to mention its excellent, improved smart platform that came with Bixby support and Samsung SmartThings.
However it wasn’t perfect and there were legitimate complaints about viewing angles and an over-aggressive local dimming system that crushed detail just above black.
2. LG C9 OLED Series (2019)
LG’s new OLED has evolved into the smartest TV on the planet
55-inch: LG OLED55C9 | 65-inch: LG OLED65C9
The LG C9 is a truly exceptional 4K OLED TV that takes what was so impressive about last year’s C8 OLED and builds on it. The major difference is the inclusion of the 2nd generation Alpha9 processor, which uses AI enhancements to deliver stellar SDR and HDR images, and helps make the upscaling and processing second-to-none with incredible levels of detail and image fidelity.
3. Vizio P-Series Quantum X (2019)
This is Vizio’s best and brightest TV also available in Pakistan, can also buy via online forums.
65-inch: Vizio P-Series Quantum X PX65-G1
The Vizio P-Series Quantum X is a home run for Vizio. Sure, the SmartCast interface isn’t all the great, and the speakers are worth bypassing, but the TV is packed with awesome features and backed up by an excellent image quality. We’re looking forward to AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support, but even without those features the TV is still one of the best options in its price range.
4. Samsung Q900R QLED TV (2019)
An 8K LCD-LED TV for the history books
85-inch: Samsung QN85Q900RAFXZA
With most people – *cough* content providers – only just getting to grips with 4K resolution, you’d be forgiven for thinking that Samsung had gone nuts by introducing the world’s first true 8K TV. And yet, while it’s easy to be critical about the Samsung Q900R, it truly does usher in a new era of TV picture quality.
5. Sony A9G Master Series OLED (2019)
Equipped with the X1 Ultimate processor, the A9G is Sony’s killer OLED
65-inch: Sony Bravia 65A9G | 55-inch: Sony Bravia 55A9G
A direct replacement for last year’s Sony A9F/AF9 OLED, the Sony A9G/AG9 Master Series OLED is the new flagship of Sony’s TV fleet. It embraces a characteristically minimalist design that disguises a host of cutting-edge features like Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support, plus Netflix Calibrated Mode (of interest to many), and IMAX Enhanced certification (of interest to few).
There are also some good options on local level i.e. Pel Coloron and EcoStar.
PEL Coloron 4K Ultra HD TV:
- Resolution of 3,840 X 2,160 Pixels, 4X more than regular FHD TV
- Android 6.0 Marshmallow powered by the massive successful Android OS.
- Screen Mirroring – Mirror your mobile devices to your TV screen
- Netflix – Stream your favorite TV shows and movies on Netflix
- Clear images with precise color and contrast
- Smart TV with built-in Netflix and YouTube app
- Enjoy the superb picture resolution, deep black richness and clarity.
- Slim & thin panel and design makes it beautiful addition to your interior.
By Umer Mehmood