Samsung’s entry-level QLED is edge-lit, but still delivers a very bright and detailed image—albeit without the deeper blacks provided by the company’s pricier array-lit and mini-LED QLEDs.
There’s nothing like working on a few entry-level TV reviews to renew my admiration for Samsung’s QLED image quality. Even the first-rung Q60A QLED reviewed here is a breath of fresh air by comparison.
Samsung has announced that its AU8100 Crystal UHD TV model is now available in the Philippines. According to Samsung, the Read more
This entry-level 4K UHD TV has some positive attributes, including Vizio's excellent SmartCast user interface and an easy-to-use voice remote, Read more
It might not have mini-LED backlighting, but in all other respects, this TV's got game. Hisense’s latest 8-series TVs—namely, the Read more
Samsung's QN90A Neo QLED TV marries mini-LED backlighting and quantum dots to produce the company's most vivid 4K UHD image Read more
This TV offers better processing than the recently reviewed Konka, though it lacks its rival's Bluetooth capabilities. It also shows Read more
If you’re looking for the ultimate TV that doesn’t appear to be a TV, look no farther than Samsung’s The Read more
Hisense has been making some of the best mid-range TVs out there for some time now, largely through its QLED Read more
Our TCL 75S434 review explores the features and performance of this mid-range, 75-inch Smart UHD TV. It’s powered by Android Read more
The Samsung RU7100 delivers a solid picture and sound — and plenty of smarts to go with it — at Read more
This TV's picture quality is extremely competitive with similarly priced models, and even some more expensive rivals. With this year’s Read more
With thousands of mini LEDs forming its backlight array, TCL's 8-series Roku TV delivers blacks beyond what even the best Read more
This is an unmistakably high-end QLED with mildly improved image processing. The biggest news is that the One Connect breakout Read more