In a world where 8K TVs have become a reality, you might question whether 4K televisions are really the way to go. But further inspection reveals that, at least for the foreseeable future, 4K televisions might be your best buy.

The reason for that is simple: 4K televisions are ubiquitous and far more affordable than their 8K counterparts. And thanks to entertainment and video game industries that are dedicated to 4K, there’s plenty of content to support that technology. Best of all, even more 4K content is coming each day.

Simply put, if you want to buy a new television and you want the best mix of high-quality content and affordable prices, buying a 4K television is the way to go in 2020.

But finding a television might not be so simple. With so many options when you peruse the aisles at Best Buy, you might wonder which television to go with.

So, to help you in that endeavor, we’ve compiled the following roundup of five outstanding 4K TVs you can buy on sale right now at Best Buy. We chose the following devices based on their mix of high-quality visuals, great designs, and even better reviews from users and critics, alike. We also factored in screen size and price, so you can see an array of options.

But regardless of how you look at it, the following devices on sale right now at Best Buy are outstanding choices. And if you’re in the market for a new TV, any of them would be a great choice.

Read on to learn more:

LG 65-Inch OLED E9 Series

Price: $2,999.99 ($300 off)

Screen size: 65 inches

Resolution: 4K

Customer rating: 4.1 stars

If you’re looking for one of the highest-end 4K televisions on the market, look no further than the LG OLED E9 Series.

The television comes with a 65-inch screen and features 4K resolution. It also runs on LG’s webOS technology, which allows you to access apps that stream Netflix, Hulu, and a variety of other must-have apps. It also works with Apple TV, allowing you to access your Apple apps.

The LG television runs on OLED technology, which allows it to deliver perfect black levels and downright impressive color representation. It’s also an incredibly thin television, allowing you to place it anywhere in the house without taking up too much room.

If smart home technology matters, you can also use the television with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, allowing you to control it with your voice.

LG’s television usually retails for $3,300, but you can get it now for $3,000.

Samsung 65-Inch LED Q80 Series

Price: $1,799.99

Screen size: 65 inches

Resolution: 4K

Customer rating: 4.8 stars

Samsung doesn’t make OLED televisions like LG, but the company’s QLED technology is similarly impressive. And that’s why the company’s Q80 Series is one worth considering.

Samsung’s QLED Q80 series features 4K resolution and a thin design, so you can ensure it won’t take up too much room in your house. The television comes with HDR support, allowing for vibrant visuals, and an intelligent processor helps to improve picture quality and refine detail.

One of the more interesting features baked into the Q80 Series is a V-chip that allows you to control the viewing experience for your kids. So, if you don’t want them to be able to access certain types of content, you can automatically block it and keep their viewing experience safe.

Samsung’s television is available now for $1,800. It also comes with Apple Music free for four months, representing a $40 value.

Sony 65-Inch LED Z9F Master Series

Price: $1,799.99 ($1,700 off)

Screen size: 65 inches

Resolution: 4K

Customer rating: 4.6 stars

Sony has been one of the most sought-after brands in televisions for years. And the company’s Z9F series is among the company’s best options.

The television we’ve featured here comes with a 65-inch screen and delivers a 4K resolution. It delivers enhanced brightness and improved contrast, and its support for local dimming and boosting means the screen will adapt its picture in different areas around the screen to deliver a better-looking picture.

Interestingly, Sony has bundled IMAX with the Z9F, which means you can watch movies designed for IMAX and boost everything from color and contrast to picture clarity and sound. Indeed, if you’re a movie fan, you might want to consider the Sony Z9F because of the IMAX integration.

Sony’s Z9F usually costs $3,500, but you can get it on sale now for $1,800—a $1,700 savings.

Vizio 65-Inch LED P Series Quantum Series

Price: $1,099.99

Screen size: 65 inches

Resolution: 4K

Customer rating: 4.4 stars

If you’re looking for a television that’s far more budget-friendly than many of the other options in this roundup, consider the Vizio P Quantum Series television.

The television we’re reviewing here features a 65-inch screen and full 4K resolution. It uses LED technology, which should allow for bright visuals, and also helps to keep the price down. The device features an edge-to-edge design to minimize its bezel size and with SmartCast 3.0 baked in, you can wirelessly beam all kinds of content to your television with ease.

Indeed, software integration is one of the Vizio television’s most appealing features. The device works with AirPlay, so you can easily send your iPhone, iPad, or Mac screen to the device. You can also use it with HomeKit, allowing you to control your television with Siri or your Apple Home app. Add that to Google Chromecast support built-in, along with Vizio’s slate of 150 free streaming channels via WatchFree, and it’s a real winner.

But here’s the kicker: Vizio’s 4K television costs just $1,100, making it one of the most affordable 4K televisions on the market.

LG 55-Inch OLED B9 Series

Price: $1,299.99 ($100 off)

Screen size: 55 inches

Resolution: 4K

Customer rating: 4.8 stars

Another favorite among critics and users, alike, the LG B9 Series offers all of the OLED goodness you’d get in the E9 series without breaking the bank.

LG’s B9 comes with an exceedingly thin profile, ensuring it won’t take up too much room in your home, regardless of where you put it. Additionally, the device runs on LG’s webOS platform, allowing you to stream a variety of apps, including Netflix, Hulu, and others.

Since the LG B9 comes with both 4K resolution and HDR, you’ll find that the visuals the set delivers are downright impressive. And with help from 200 local dimming zones across the screen, the television can intelligently adjust brightness and black levels on the fly to deliver better visual quality.

On the software front, LG’s B9 works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and Apple’s Siri, allowing you to use your voice commands to control the set. Add that to dual 10W main speakers, and the television should deliver outstanding sound.

LG’s B9 is available now for $1,300—a $100 savings off its regular retail price of $1,400.


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