The high end television market has changed a lot with the advent of new technologies like organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels and ultra high definition (UHD, or 4K) the choice between 1080p and 720p has become irrelevant thanks to affordable 1080p screens. Even smaller budget TVs are available in 1080p, so you shouldn't settle for the significantly lower resolution of 720p. With the growing competition among companies the large screen 50- inch TV sets that once cost thousands of dollars can be had for around $500. Nowadays there are lot of options in big screen TV. But which one should you buy? Here are top five TV sets to look for, if you are planning to get one this shopping season.
1. Samsung UN50JU7100
South Korean firm, Samsung sells more Ultra High Definition TVs than any one of its competitors and it offers variety of options in 4K models, The Samsung JU7100 is the best option in 4k LED TV available in the market. With the exception of the discoloration it gets when viewed at an angle, it has impressive picture quality. It is also a great gaming TV, with low input lag and minimal motion blur.
2. Panasonic TC50A400L
Panasonic tends to be a manufacturer best associated with higher-end TVs but with their departure from the plasma market, the cheaper LCD models have now gained greater importance.The Panasonic TC50A400L offers competitive image quality and pricing as compared to its Japanese and Korean competitors. Colors are well saturated and skin tones are natural. it has excellent off-angle viewing and uniformity. In short it offers attractive design and decent image quality for a budget price.
3. Hisense 50H8C 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV
Hisense 50H7GB joins the quickly growing competitive market of budget-priced ultra high definition (UHD, or 4K) televisions. It offers accurate colors and a fairly generous set of connected features. While other budget HDTV manufacturers use Roku TV for their connected television platform, Hisense went with a heavily skinned version of Android using the Opera TV Store.
4. Insignia NS-50DR710NA17
The best thing about this TV is that Roku's superb platform is baked right into the TV's operating system, offering the simplest interface and the most apps of any smart TV on the market. Like the Roku 4 streaming box, they have access to more 4K streaming services than any non-Roku device, including Netflix, Amazon Instant, YouTube and many more.
This TV offers accurate colors and an enhanced Roku TV remote that make it a top choice for users with limited budgets looking to make the jump to 4K high end ultra HD TV. TCL's UP130 series of 4K televisions uses Roku TV for for their connected television platform.