While cutting-edge TVs with impressive 8K resolution have been carving out their own corner of the market in recent years, they're still far, even with the picture upgrade. But even if 8K TVs aren't a feasible option quite yet, this next step in TV tech does have one major benefit: It's helping drive down the prices on non-8K TVs. TVs with pretty much dominate the market at the moment, and other than the very cheapest options out there, almost any TV you see on store shelves will be equipped with 4K picture tech. That doesn't mean that all 4K TVs are created equal, however, and some models are still a much better value than others.
You can check out our list of the. Below you'll find the best deals out there on many of these models, as well as some comparable TVs with discounts that were just too good to not include. These days TV sales are frequent, and great deals can come and go pretty quickly, so be sure to check back here often to make sure that you're getting the best price available.
While this 65-inch Samsung is a little pricier than the other TVs on this list, that's because it also features the best screen of any of them. With mini-LEDs and full-array local dimming, this Neo QLED had the best picture quality of any non-OLED TV we've ever tested. Plus, it features a 120Hz refresh rate to reduce motion blur, and object-tracking sound for an incredibly immersive experience.
With Amazon's growing selection of smart devices and streaming sticks, it was only a matter of time before it started manufacturing its own smart TVs. The Omni series is the more advanced of the two Amazon models and features a microphone built directly into the TV along with Alexa compatibility for hands-free control. With standard LEDs and direct lit backlighting, it doesn't have the sharpest resolution featured on this list, but the convenience of voice control will be difficult to match in this price range.
Samsung's The Frame looks like no other TV out there at the moment. Its ultrathin screen can double as a place to display digital art and the modern and stylish bezel frame looks similar to a typical picture frame, helping it blend in seamlessly with your home's decor. And for just $5 per month, you can subscribe to Samsung's Art Store with access to over 1,400 pieces of art to show on the screen.
This 70-inch LG uses NanoCell LEDs for a crisp 4K picture and rich colors. It comes with a game optimizer mode for precise, low-latency gaming, as well as a filmmaker mode that's supposed to automatically adjust picture and processor settings to match a film's original look and design. Its smart TV platform is LG's own WebOS software.
Featured on both our list of the best 4K TVs and the best TVs overall for 2022, the TCL 4-Series is our favorite budget-friendly option on the market right now. Even at full price, the TCL 4-Series is one of the best value TVs we've seen. For just $300, this 50-inch TV boasts a 4K picture with HDR. And it comes with Roku built in, so you can access all of your favorite streaming apps right out of the box.
Truthfully, there's nothing particularly special about this 50-inch LG, but that isn't necessarily a bad thing. If you're looking for a decent 4K UHD picture at a decent price, then this model is a safe bet. There's no built-in mic, but it is compatible with Amazon or Google smart devices, and it comes with preprogrammed picture settings that are optimized for different types of gaming.
The Samsung Q60A made its way onto our list of the best 4K TVs for 2022 as having the best design and features that you'll find in a midprice TV. Beyond its ultrasleek 1-inch frame, what makes this TV stand out is its unique solar-powered remote, which our reviewer Geoff Morrison was very impressed by. It features a QLED display and is also compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa. While it doesn't have the highest picture quality in its price range, the additional features make it a good value, especially when you can pick it up at a discount.
This UHD Insignia might not have made it onto our list of the best 4K TVs for this year, but it still boasts impressive specs that make it a highly competitive model and a solid deal. It runs Amazon's Fire TV OS, so you can instantly access all your favorite streaming content, and it also supports Apple AirPlay (though not Chromecast). It's equipped with an HDMI eARC port so it's easy to run the audio through a soundbar or surround-sound system, and the Alexa voice remote allows easy hands-free browsing.