- 1 TOSHIBA 50LF711U20 50-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV HDR - Fire TV Edition
- 2 Insignia NS-50DF710NA19 50-inch 4K Smart LED TV
- 3 Samsung UN65RU7100FXZA Flat 65-Inch 4K UHD 7 Series Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR And Alexa Compatibility
- 4 TCL 50S425 50 inch 4K Smart LED Roku TV
- 5 Sony XBR55X900F 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV with Alexa Compatibility
- 6 LG 49UM7300PUA Alexa Built-in 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2019)
Tobisha’s Smart TV is easy to love. Assembly is as simple as plugging in the TV and connecting to Wi-Fi, then voila! 4K resolution is all yours. Thanks to the voice remote with Alexa, streaming the newest episode of your favorite show or pulling up a hilarious YouTube video has never been easier.
The TV has Dolby Vision HDR, which enhances picture quality a step further. Dolby Vision HDR enhances contrast and brightness for the ultimate viewing experience. You’ll have to purchase your own HD antenna to access free channels, but once you have that, the world -- and all its good media -- is yours.
- Voice remote is Alexa-ready
- 4K UHD picture quality with 8 million pixels that showcase a mind-boggling range of colors
- Quad-core CPU and dual-band Wi-Fi yields fast search results
Insignia’s 50-inch 4K TV pairs futuristic technology like Alexa with supremely quick access to everything you know and love. This TV makes your life even easier thanks to a user-friendly minimalistic smart remote that has buttons to some of your favorite shows like Netflix and HBO.
If you’re concerned about the installation process, Amazon offers an expert wall mounting option when you check out, so once your TV delivers, someone will do the heavy lifting for you.
- Comes with smart remote equipped with button access to Prime Video, Netflix, Vue, and HBO
- Built-in audio button on Alexa remote for easy navigation
- HDR compatible so you can watch movies and TV shows at their greatest
Samsung UN65RU7100FXZA Flat 65-Inch 4K UHD 7 Series Ultra HD Smart TV With HDR And Alexa Compatibility
Samsung’s smart TV offers astounding picture quality that will delight cinephiles and gamers alike. This 65-inch TV weighs in at just 30 pounds, yet still offers larger-than-life picture details an HDTV never could.
The TV has a built-in smart speaker that can meet all your Alexa and Google Assistant desires. The remote isn’t Alexa compatible though or even a smart remote, which might detract from your user experience depending on your existing devices or home theater setup.
- UHD dimming feature deepens blacks and brightens whites for stunning contrast
- Smart speaker is Alexa and Google Assistant compatible
- Powerful 4K UHD processor offers high-resolution picture quality
TCL’s Roku TV is perfect for the consumer that wants all devices to be housed in the same place. This TV provides pain-free access to your favorite TV shows and apps through the use of a Roku remote that’s intuitive and easy to get used to.
The TV is compatible with Alexa and Google Assistant, and you can even pair your TV with your smartphone or tablet and control your TV from there. Or, if remotes are your preferred way to go, that old school method will work for you, and the remote is simple enough to learn. In addition to a simple interface, the TV is equipped with HDR10 technology, which brightens brights, darkens darks, and increases contrast in a visually stunning way.
- 20 button remote for comprehensive user experience
- Alexa and Google Assistant compatible
- TV comes complete with three HDMI ports, 1 USB media player, Ethernet spot, headphone jack, and other plug-ins
Sony’s TV offers the best viewing experience when it comes to picture quality. 4K resolution enhances picture quality by four times that of an HDTV, but Sony didn’t stop there. Sony’s 55-inch also employs Triluminos technology that boosts saturation and reduces color fading that can occur when viewing the TV from an angle or under direct sunlight. Also, X-Motion Clarity will delight action movie fanatics, as this feature sharpens on-screen action.
TV sizes range from 49 to 85 inches, depending on how you want your home theater to shape up. The TV comes with a smart remote that will do the work for you as you enjoy the best viewing experience an at-home TV can offer.
- The screen has up to six times the contrast of normal LED TVs
- Includes X-Motion Clarity technology and TRILUMINOS display, both enhancing picture quality to a high degree
- X1 Extreme Processor broadens contrast and range of brightness and darkness
LG’s TV has the whole package for a reasonable rate. The TV has a quad-core processor that makes the magic happen by improving color, minimizing noise and blurring, sharpening contrast, and conveying true-to-life coloration. Alexa and Google Assistant is built into the TV so you can watch TV without dealing with the hassle of a pesky remote.
Best of all, this TV has a wide-viewing angle that maintains the integrity of the colors onscreen even from a 60-degree angle.
- Active HDR enhances quality of picture even further
- Quad-core processor improves image, action, and audio quality
- Wide-viewing angle maintains color accuracy even from 60-degree angle
Before making a purchase, read on to learn more about features that increase the overall quality of a TV.
What even is 4K, you ask? Fair question. In simplest terms, 4K resolution means that the resolution is four times that of a normal TV or HDTV. For you, this means better everything. Better picture quality, better contrast, better whites, better blacks, better range in color. 4K makes everything on your screen look brighter and more beautiful.
If you want to lean into your inner couch-potato and enjoy TV and film to their fullest extent, 4K resolution will take you there and beyond.
HDR—high-quality range—compatible TVs are in high demand. Fortunately, most 4K TVs are HDR compatible right off the bat. HDR transforms colors on your TV. Brights are brighter, colors are richer, and darks are deeper. HDR offers a broader spectrum of color and contrast.
This probably sounds quite similar to 4K resolution, and understandably so. What sets the two apart is that 4K resolution affects your TV regardless of what you’re watching, whereas in order to watch TV in HDR, the show or movie must be HDR-compatible.