Best 4K TV 2019: your definitive guide to the top Ultra-HD TVs
They weren’t popular at first, but now 4K TVs rule the roost in terms of overall sales. In fact, according to the data, over 70% of American households own a 4K TV at this point, with that number set to increase in 2020.
So why should you ditch that 1080p TV? Not only do 4K TVs simply look better thanks to the increased pixel density and support for wide color gamut technology, but they’re usually just as cheap as a 1080p TV – even if you buy them brand-new. In fact, buying a new 1080p TV is getting harder and harder as more manufacturers continue to phase them out of their product lineups.
But with so many options out there, narrowing down a year’s worth of high-caliber screens to just eight is a tough job. But that’s where we come in.
We’ve viewed the vast majority of the 4K TVs on the market, and have narrowed them down to a list of the top 4K TVs on the market for 2019 with screens from Samsung, Sony and LG leading the pack, and lower-cost options like Vizio, Hisense and TCL following just behind.
If you recently bought something from another manufacturer that you love and you don’t see it on this list, it doesn’t mean we’ve intentionally snubbed it. Unfortunately best-of lists are tiny and we can only squeeze so many screens on here. That said, we’re always adding more screens to this list, so be sure to check back this time next month.
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That said, you need to be careful and really look at the model number of any TV deals that seem too good to be true. If it’s not exactly the same TV you see on this list (or on another trusted reviews website for that matter), it’s probably not the same TV. We’d also recommend staying away from any bargain basement priced 4K TV (Insignia, Sceptre, etc…), as these screens usually don’t have good upscaling, a high refresh rate or a very good operating platform.
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