© We were given a quick demo and it was impressive seeing the tech in action. US release: Retailing now, at $2,699 for the 65-inch model. WebOS also includes LG's AI Preview functionality introduced in 2019, which adds relevant content above the app you’ve highlighted, based on recent use. Unfortunately they only have a native refresh rate of 60Hz and use a basic IPS panel. You will receive a verification email shortly. We’ll have to test it to see how much of a difference it makes, but if you’re afraid of burn-in and really want an 8K LED-LCD, this is probably the model to pick. LG's webOS operating system looks largely familiar, with the boldly coloured ‘cards’ giving you quick access to features and content providers. Thank you for signing up to What Hi-Fi?. Dolby Vision IQ claims to optimise picture quality based on varying brightness levels in your room. Be part of the most informed community and take advantage of our advanced tools to find the best product for your needs. Auto Genre Selection is a new feature for all 2020 OLED TVs, where the TV recognises the type of content being played, be it a movie, sports or an animated piece of content, and adjusts the level of processing to suit. So, slight change in the lineup this year – there’s no E Series OLED in 2020. It's not going to be as good as the Nano Cell TVs above it, but if your budget is very limited, these will probably offer the best bang for your buck. This is an LCD model with direct LED backlighting that's available in a range of sizes from 43in to 70in. The LG BX OLED is available in two sizes so far (55- and 65-inch), with a 77-inch model likely coming down the line. Right, that's the broad strokes - what about the specific models that are on the way? There's a bigger 77-inch version (price TBA) and more compact 48-inch model (£1,499 / probably $1,499) too. We're told that the the new a9 Gen 3 chip will implement a face-recognition algorithm – though not for you! The two model numbers above refer to the same TV in two different finishes: the 7805, pictured above, has a dark grey chassis, while the 7855 is a lighter, brighter silver. We don't know much about it yet, or when it'll be released, but we'll update this page once we know more. TechRadar is part of Future US Inc, an international media group and leading digital publisher. put them under the same test bench, On the picture front, this smaller model swaps the direct LED backlight of the 9435 for an edge LED arrangement (which Philips refers to as 'ELED'), but the under-the-skin tech is otherwise the same, from the P5 Perfect Picture Processing Engine to the broad HDR support. This series will use the Alpha A7 Gen. 3 Processor and have a native 120Hz refresh rate. De vlaggenschipserie is de PUS9435-serie met Premium Sound by Bowers & Wilkins. The most affordable LG OLED is the one that, unfortunately, comes out the latest – though it finally launched in early September. © 2020 9298-5266 Quebec Inc. All Rights Reserved. Read our hands on LG RX Rollable OLED review, Available screen sizes: 49-inches, 55-inches, 65-inches, 75-inches. The sets will ship with version 9.0 pre-installed, but Philips will offer an upgrade to Android TV 10 when the company deems it ready. Dolby Atmos is also on board, and all three TVs boast a 50-watt speaker system. Philips has yet to confirm the availability of the OLED865, but it probably won't come to the UK. Otherwise it has all the same specs and features as the LG Nano85. Like last year, the biggest upgrades are the processors: the new Alpha 9 Gen 3 AI and Alpha 9 Gen 3 8K AI. In fact, Philips has something of a reputation for launching its new TVs later than expected, so even the models it has given us details for are probably not going to arrive in the first half of the year, particularly now that Covid-19 has brought the world to its knees. Expect a $3,299 / £2,799 (around AU$4,600) price tag for the 55-inch, and $4,299 / £3,499 (around AU$6,050) for 65 inches. We believe that such a model - presumably the OLED985 - is on the way, but probably won't appear until towards the end of the year. The highly-anticipated releases of the Sony PlayStation 5 and Microsoft's new Xbox seem to be a driving factor in the industry this year, with most TV manufacturers adding features that target these new game consoles. Hisense has updated their entire lineup this year and has also announced plans to bring the unique dual-layer LCD screen to the U.S. for the first time. Basic models can be identified by the "TU" prefix, and their QLED models can be identified by the "Q" prefix, and the "T" suffix represents 2020 models. The best Nintendo Switch deals and bundles – September 2020, Xbox Series X price and pre-orders are live: all the official details, Best Xbox Live Gold deals 2020: cheapest subscription prices in the US, The best Xbox One deals September 2020: the cheapest Xbox One bundles and best prices, The best Xbox One deals September 2020: the cheapest Xbox One bundles and best prices in the US. Sony announced a few new models at this year's CES. What you won't see below is an 8K TV. They also all have Ambilight built-in to at least three sides, so the on-screen action can be extended on to the wall around the TV in the form of coloured light. This helpful tool will make it clear for you, Use our data and table to find the best TV for your needs, Want to see us review a specific TV?