Top 10 Best Rated Flat Screen TVs 2020

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New types of screens like OLED and UHD or 4K are replacing the old 1080p standard. These new screens are more than a step above the 1080p in quality. Because of these many screen types, shopping for good Flat screens can often prove terrifying.

Knowing what you want in your TV is half the battle and thus must be kept in mind at all times while shopping. Price, screen type, display quality, brightness, and size are features that you must consider before buying a tv.

We have compiled a list of the best flat screens money can buy in this 2020 year for your perusal. Our methods are rigorous, our study group-wide, and our choices trustworthy.

Note: UHD = Ultra-high Definition and OLED = Organic Light-emitting Diode

Best Flat Screen TV 2020

1. LG C9 OLED TV

LG C9 is not just a one-trick pony and amazes us. It has the most awesome OLED display, a sleek display, and fantastic smart home capabilities.

C9 comes with innovative connectivity, all at a cheap price and one of the best sound quality on an OLED tv.

Specs

  • OLED
  • 6-pounds in weight
  • Four HDMI 2.1 ports
  • 65-inch screen
  • 120Hz refresh rate

Pros

  • Affordable
  • The OLED display is fantastic
  • Best performance in the budget range
  • Smart-TV
  • Can operate Alexa and Google Assistant
  • Incredible audio
  • HDMI 2.1 is cutting edge
  • Supports Dolby vision

Cons

  • No HDR10+
  • OLEDs don’t have bright displays

2. Samsung Q90R QLED TV

Bright, sleek, and awesome, yet still missing some features, Q90R is Samsung’s answer to LG’s C9. This TV has won heaps of praise for its image quality and smart-home features.

Q90R surpasses any OLED tv at HDR technology. The new Ultra Black Elite filter works excellently with local dimming to give the best shadow detail and dynamic ranges.

Specs

  • QLED
  • 65-75-inch screen
  • Bixby, SmartThings, Alexa, and Google Assistant
  • HDR10+
  • 8-pounds in weight
  • Four HDMI ports
  • 120Hz refresh rate

Pros

  • Affordable
  • Image quality is awesome
  • Supports Samsung SmartThings and Bixby
  • HDR performance is the best
  • Complete Smart-TV
  • Wide viewing angles

Cons

  • Heavy
  • No Dolby Vision
  • Not as bright as OLED TVs

3. Vizio P-Series Quantum X

Vizio is famous for making quality flat screens for cheap prices, and Quantum X comes for cheap considering the size. It is a 2019 take on Vizio’s P-series. While its SmartCast could use some work, this tv supports AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.

Specs

  • LCD
  • Quantum Dot
  • 5-inch screen
  • 5-pounds in weight
  • Dolby Vision and HDR10+
  • 240Hz refresh rate

Pros

  • Incredible quantum dot technology
  • The backlight has a full array
  • Affordable
  • Bright Display
  • Smart-TV

Cons

  • Audio is barely manageable
  • SmartCast interface is awkward
  • Heavy

4. Vizio M-Series Quantum

Vizio M-Series is the best LCD tv you’ll get for under $1000. It comes with SmartCast 3.0 and offers a premium quantum-dot display for a budget price.

M-series Quantum supports HDR and Dolby Vision, with an integrated Google Chromecast that offer even more services.

Specs

  • LCD
  • Quantum Dot Technology
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • 65-inch screen
  • Four HDMI ports
  • 4-pounds in weight

Pros

  • Cheap
  • Vibrant and sharp colours
  • Local dimming
  • Audio is decent
  • Smart-TV

Cons

  • Remote is weird-looking
  • App selection is limited

5. Hisense 100-Inch 4K Ultra HD TV

We never knew TVs could get this expensive until we met Hisense 100-inch smart TV. 100L10E gets its 4K picture quality and wide colours by applying two massive lasers.

Specs

  • Four HDMI ports
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Short-Throw Projector
  • 100-inch screen
  • HDR10+ support

Pros

  • Big and accurate pictures with a wide colour
  • The projection system is complete
  • Impressive speakers
  • Wireless subwoofer

Cons

  • Expensive (ridiculous)
  • The interface is only passable

6. TCL 6-Series 65-inch Roku TV

After our foray with the high-end TV at number five, it is a relief coming back to familiar territory. Roku TV is cheap, sleek, well-designed, and has intuitive navigation.

It provides excellent Smart-home features and HDR capabilities.

Specs

  • LCD
  • 3-pounds in weight
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • 65-inch screen
  • Three HDMI ports

Pros

  • Cheap
  • Awesome video quality
  • Ridiculous backlight with 120 dimming zones
  • Reliable
  • Sleek look

Cons

  • Angle-view is not the best
  • No headphone jack on remote

7. TCL 5-Series Roku Smart 4K TV

5-Series Roku TV is cheaper than most 43-inch flat screens available for under $500. It has beautiful audio and excellent image quality. TCL has a reputation of excellent value to maintain, and by including Roku voice search and Dolby Vision, they have done so.

Specs

  • 43-inch screen
  • LCD
  • 5-pounds in weight
  • Three HDMI ports
  • 60Hz refresh rate
  • Dolby Vision

Pros

  • Super-sleek design
  • Cheapest
  • Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support
  • Colour reproduction is awesome
  • Has built-in Roku voice search

Cons

  • Spotty backlight
  • Port selection is limited
  • The display could be better

8. Sony Master Series XBR-65A9G

XBR-65A9G is one of Sony’s pricier models that offers hands-free command with Assistant, Android TV and perfect contrast.

Specs

  • 65-inch screen
  • OLED
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Four HDMI ports
  • HDR10+ and Dolby Vision

Pros

  • Perfect backlight with strong contrast
  • Sounds are clear
  • Fantastic look
  • Google Assistant
  • Smart TV

Cons

  • Expensive
  • Weird-looking remote
  • Colours are not so good out of the box

9. Insignia 43-Inch 4K Fire TV Edition

Roku has been making some excellent TVs for a while now, and this Fire TV is Amazon’s attempt at beating them at it. It offers a scintillating mix of good audio, quality imaging, accurate beats, and a colour gamut that surpasses all other Amazon TVs.

Specs

  • 6-pounds in weight
  • LCD
  • Three HDMI ports
  • 43-inch screen
  • 60Hz refresh rate

Pros

  • Lightweight
  • Cheap
  • HDR support with integrated Alexa
  • 4K Smart TV
  • Brilliant audio and a fantastic beat

Cons

  • Too many Ads
  • Alexa has no far-field mics

10. SunBriteTV Veranda Series

SunBrite Veranda outdoor TV is exactly what the name said, made for all-weather outdoor use. It has a sealed chassis that can handle all the precipitation, dust and bugs, and changes in temperatures easily. It is excellent for low-lit and bright-lit outdoor viewing.

Specs

  • Three HDMI ports
  • LCD
  • 47-pounds in weight
  • 55-inch screen
  • 60Hz refresh rate

Pros

  • Solid HDR10+ support
  • 4K picture is brilliant
  • Rugged
  • Cheap
  • Can be used in all-weather types
  • Strong performance overall

Cons

  • No smart functions

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