It may be some time before an 8K TV appears in our top cheap TVs guides, but prices are obviously falling as technology matures and manufacturers find more and more efficient ways to build 8K panels. If this is not the case, you might be better off purchasing a 4K TV for the time being. Are you still looking for an 8K TV? We went over all of the models we could get our hands on, comparing test results and product details to help you decide which 8K TVs are the best.

Here is the list of Best 8K TVs

Samsung QN900B Neo QLED

Easily one of the best 8K TVs available on the market, The Samsung QN900B Neo QLED 8K TV elevates home entertainment to a whole new level thanks to its mini-LED panel, which delivers spectacular picture quality, exceptional colour and brightness, fantastic sound, and outstanding blacks—bonus points for looking good even when turned off. The ‘Quantum’ Mini LEDs from Samsung are 1/40th the thickness of a conventional LED, allowing thousands more LEDs to be crammed into the backlight. This translates to significantly more accurate dimming zones and dark levels that are virtually indistinguishable from an OLED. Smaller LEDs also provide more precision and less blooming, so the likelihood of seeing bright sections of the screen bleed over into darker spots should be substantially decreased; we didn’t notice it at all. And, thanks to Samsung’s Multi-Intelligence AI upscaling, the QN900B regularly produces images that seem better than their source.

Samsung QN900A Neo QLED

The second Samsung on our list of the best 8K TVs is the Q900A, another mini-LED model. It has incredible picture quality, exceptional colour and brightness, fantastic sound, and outstanding black levels, just like its sibling, and it’s also a looker. It can’t exactly create the same lights and colours as an OLED TV, but its contrast levels are quite near to OLED quality. In addition to its mini-LED screen, Samsung features the AI-based ‘Neo Quantum Processor 8K,’ which did an excellent job of upscaling. We noted in our review: “The ability of any 8K TV to handle upscaling is one of its main selling points. Thankfully, the QN900A does an excellent job of making information appear crystal-clear without the need of any artificial smoothing.”

LG QNED MiniLED 99 Series 8K TV

The LG QNED MiniLED 99 Series 8K TV has an impressive feature set, including a mini-LED backlight and a combination of NanoCell and QLED technologies. The brightness and colour accuracy impressed us, and the screen size options are appropriate for the increased resolution. With webOS 6.0 providing the best smart features for LG TVs and 8K upscaling allowing 4K and even 1080p video to be played on the super HD screen, it’s one of the first 8K TVs we’ve seen that we sort of recommend. Despite everything the LG QNED MiniLED 99 Series 8K TV has to offer, it’s still a tough sell, owing to the lack of 8K content.

TCL 6-Series 65R648 8K Roku TV

The TCL 6-Series 8K Roku TV (R648) is the most affordable 8K TV on the market, and it’s even less expensive than some of our recommended 4K sets. It also has everything we love about Roku TVs, including superb performance and low lag times for gaming. It’s the most cheap method to get into 8K because it offers next-gen resolution at current-gen rates. And, with models available in 65 and 75-inch sizes, it’s also reasonably priced in terms of screen size. Our only complaints about the TV’s performance were the 8K panel’s limited viewing angles and the mediocre audio, both of which can be remedied with a basic soundbar. TCL released the first 8K streaming service, exclusive to its 8K Roku TVs, late last year, adding to its 8K credentials. Thus, this product is one of the best 8K TVs available right now.

Samsung QN800A 8k QLED

The Samsung QN800A 8k QLED is the best 8k TVs we’ve tested. It’s a great TV with great peak brightness in both SDR and HDR, so brilliant highlights show out a lot. It’s an excellent choice for a bright environment because of its excellent reflection handling, which quickly overcomes glare. It also has a good viewing angle, which makes it suitable for a wide seating arrangement because the image remains consistent when viewed from the side. It’s also an excellent TV for gaming with the Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5. It features little input latency and a fast response time, thus there is just a little ghosting around fast-moving objects. It also supports HDMI 2.1 bandwidth on all four inputs, making it an excellent choice for gamers that have a new NVIDIA 40-Series card and wish to play at 8k@60Hz.

Samsung QE75Q950TS

The Samsung QE75Q950TS not only delivers an extremely detailed and vibrant 8K image, but it also significantly outperforms 4K material. That’s thanks to Samsung’s Quantum Processor 8K and its 8K AI Upscaling feature, which succeed in making non-8K content look better than ever: watching a 4K Blu-ray, we can’t recall ever seeing a sharper 4K picture, with nothing looking artificially enhanced or exaggerated – it simply pops off the screen more than we’ve seen before. Blacks are deep and intelligent, and motion is handled expertly. Aside from the image, the TV is beautiful, exceptionally slender, and the bezels are incredibly low. It also sounds really good. While the Q950TS’s performance was one of the most impressive we’d seen when it was debuted in 2020, its future-proofed features and discounted pricing make it a sensible buy for anyone prepared to wait for 8K content to take traction. Still, it is one of the best 8K TVs that you can consider.

Sony KD-75ZH8

With a scarcity of true 8K content expected to last for some time, manufacturers face an uphill struggle convincing consumers that an 8K TV is a wise investment right now. Sony does a lot of things right with the ZH8. This is one of the most powerful TVs we’ve tested, as well as one of the best-sounding. It’s also reasonably priced for an 8K model, substantially less expensive than the Award-winning Samsung above. However, the ZH8 lags behind its major opponent in a few crucial areas, not the least of which being its lack of support for the little quantity of 8K footage that is now accessible. In brief, it does not support the AV1 format, which YouTube uses for its 8K streaming and that other providers are anticipated to utilize in the future for their own 8K video.

LG NanoCell 99 Series

You’ll love watching the 75-inch LG NanoCell 99 Series from any angle thanks to its wide viewing angles, high peak brightness, and good reflection handling. This panel provides direct, full-array illumination, but the local dimming and contrast ratio are lacking and produce considerable blooming. If you can get beyond those faults, gamers will love this display’s Auto Low Latency Mode and HDMI 2.1 support, as well as its 120Hz refresh rate in 4K, albeit there is no VRR to avoid screen tearing.

Final Words

Our selections above are what we believe are the best 8k TVs to buy right now for the majority of people with varying tastes. We consider price and availability. If you want to do your own research, here is a collection of all our TV reviews. Take caution not to get too engrossed in the details. While no TV is perfect, most are good enough to satisfy virtually everyone, and the differences are frequently subtle unless you seek for them.

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