The 65-inch version has dropped to under $500.

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If you can afford it, this is the TV to get. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Sizes: 55-, 65-, 75-inch. In winter 2020 it will get full 4K/120Hz HDMI input capability to maximize the potential of the new Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, and right now it's the cheapest TV that works with ATSC 3.0 antenna broadcasts. 4K resolution used to be an expensive step-up feature that was only available with a high-end TV. Pretty much every new TV is a 4K TV. Here's everything to know about buying a new TV in 2020. When you buy through our links, we may get a commission. See our picks of. As if that's not enough, the Roku TV operating system is our hands-down favorite. They have 4K resolution, too, but that's basically table stakes these days. Check here for restocks at Walmart, Amazon, GameStop and Target, Walmart's Black Friday sale is live: $50 Google Nest Hub, $49 Instant Pot, top video games as low as $15, Discuss: Best 4K TV for 2020: LG, Vizio, Sony and TCL compared, Best 4K TV value with next-gen connectivity, Read our TCL 6-Series (2020 Roku TV) review, Read our Vizio M7-Series Quantum (2020) review, Read our TCL S425 series (Roku TV) review, Read our TCL 8-Series (2019 Roku TV) review, Best HDMI cables for your new 4K and HDR TV in 2020, How Samsung QLED and LG OLED, the two best TV technologies, compare in 2020, HDR formats like Dolby Vision, HDR10, Technicolor and HLG explained, Best TV antennas for cord cutters, starting at just $10, Budget hack: Replace Netflix and other pricey subscriptions with these free versions. Most built-in speakers sound terrible, so it's worthwhile to pair your new set with a soundbar or other speaker system. Here's the thing: 4K resolution on a screen doesn't necessarily mean you'll get great picture quality. Sizes: 65-, 75-inch. The best-performing TVs in our reviews and the best TVs for the money excel in other areas of picture quality, such as contrast, dynamic range and HDR performance. If you can't afford the 6-Series, this Vizio is a very good runner-up. I'm pretty sure you'd be happy with any one of the TVs above, but a new set can be a big investment, so maybe you're looking for a bit more information. Good ones start at around $100. Leading the pack of new Samsung TVs in 2020 – the 4K models at least – is the Q90T/Q95T QLED. Here you go.

They're cheap and easy to use, and receive updates more frequently than most smart TVs. Here are our favorites. The Samsung Q90T is a slightly tricky proposition. It’s the top 4K TV in Samsung’s 2020 TV range, but as a result of the company’s increased focus on 8K models, it’s also less of a flagship model than last year’s Q90R. Pretty much every new TV is a 4K TV.

The best 4K TV screen could be cheaper than you'd think. And if you're shopping for a 50-inch screen or bigger, it's hard to find any model that isn't 4K. Read our TCL 8-Series (2019 Roku TV) review. Here's a quick and dirty list. The 2020 TCL 6-Series has even better image quality than its predecessor, thanks to mini-LED tech and well-implemented full-array local dimming that helps it run circles around just about any other TV at this price. TCL's 8-Series also features mini-LED and the result is superb contrast, brightness and high dynamic range that beats the less expensive 6-Series in my side-by-side comparison. And its suite of connections is actually better than the TCL's. Big TVs are cheaper than ever, and your money is best spent on large screen sizes rather than a slight upgrade in image quality.

Aside from the TCL 6-Series above, this is the best TV for the money.

Read our LG OLEDCX series review.

All those millions of pixels -- 8,294,440 to be exact -- don't have much of an impact on how good the image looks. Sizes: 48-, 55-, 65-, 77-inch. It has a more natural balance, significantly better motion and a much-improved … Looking for even more info? The overall image quality doesn't quite hit OLED levels, but it comes pretty close and costs a lot less, especially in the 75-inch size.

Read our TCL S425 series (Roku TV) review. But nowadays, just about every television set with a screen size that's 32 inches or bigger is available in 4K for prices that are basically equivalent to older, lower-resolution 1080p TVs. Here are our favorites.

Read our TCL 6-Series (2020 Roku TV) review.

This TCL 4-Series Ultra HD TV can't beat any of the models above on image quality -- its 4K resolution and HDR compatibility don't do anything to help the picture -- but it's perfectly fine for most people, especially at this price.