The latest LED TV models from around the world have been unveiled at CES 2018, including Samsung’s new OLED TV, which looks set to replace most other LED TVs in the market.
The Samsung LED TV, a 50-inch, curved OLED TV with a resolution of 576 x 432 pixels, comes with the new Samsung Smart Hub, which is powered by the latest version of Android OS, 4.4 KitKat.
It features 4K Ultra HD video recording, up to 20 hours of battery life and support for HDR content, which Samsung claims will make the OLED TV even better than the Samsung’s already impressive 4K HDR TV.
In comparison, the LG OLED TV has a 5.5-inch 1080p resolution, and offers only HDR video recording.
However, the OLED TVs are much more affordable, as they are only a few hundred dollars less expensive than the latest Samsung OLED TV.
There are a lot of TVs available, so let’s take a look at which is the most popular LED TV for 2018.
The LG OLED is also the best choice for home theater fans who want a 50.4-inch 4K OLED TV that supports HDR video and HDR content.
There is no shortage of TVs with 4K and HDR video support.
LG has released its HDR-compatible TV, the LK-V5 , and this TV is the cheapest, offering up to 60 hours of 4K streaming.
The Sony Smart TV has been a staple in the living room for the past few years, and it is still one of the best TVs available today.
It is a 5-inch flat OLED with a curved screen, and comes with HDR support, so it can record 4K video and up to 40 hours of streaming.
Sony offers a full list of HDR-ready TVs in its catalogue, and the Smart TV comes in four colors.
There is no doubt that the Samsung Smart TV is better than its competitors, but for a more affordable option, the Sony Smart is probably the best option for home entertainment enthusiasts.