LED TVs are improved version of LCD technology that delivers better picture quality and a thinner sleek design, all the while being more power efficient. They are definitely not the best panels out there considering that OLED and QLED are now available in the market, however, for all of us who do not want to burn a hole in our pockets with the high-end OLED TVs, LED televisions are the best bet for getting high-end picture quality and sound along with some unbelievable smart features. There's a myriad of options available as the industry is in the middle of a shift, so in order to help you pick out a good TV set for yourself, we've created this list of the best-LED TVs you can buy in India right now. This list of top LED TVs available in India is updated every time a new qualifying TV is launched, and the prices and pictures are updated as and when they change. Based on our ratings, here are the best options you can buy in India that we found worth including in this list of 2018.
The Bravia KD-65X9500E falls into the category of a few televisions out there which puts equal importance on both the video and the audio quality. The 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD resolution display is backed by a refresh rate of 800 Hz and TRILUMINOS Display. The 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme and Dynamic Range Pro ensure life-like picture quality. The well-placed square shaped Magnetic Fluid speakers delivers 60W clear audio-output. 16 GB of storage space is also available for using the smart features.
The Panasonic TX-40DX700 tries to solve a few problems seen in the high-end 4K televisions and to an extent succeeds in it too. The operating system is named My Home Screen 2.0, but it is actually built around Firefox. The Smart features with its three smart icons and facility to pin anything on the screen ensure one of the finest browsing experiences. The 4K screen is perfectly capable of projecting deep blacks and whiter whites. The 20W speakers are at best decent with quality audio output.
The Samsung 75MU7000 is packed with some powerful features along with an incredible design. The device is bezel-less on three sides leading to an immersive experience. Samsung has followed the 360-degree design principle leading to polished and smooth back with a clean cable solution to offer you freedom from messy cables. With a refresh rate of 200 Hz, the images are blur-free and crystal clear. The Precision Black & Peak Illuminator ensures deeper blacks and brighter areas respectively. The Smart interface results in complete intuitive experience.
LG has focussed on offering a completely immersive viewing experience, and the 65UJ752T is a similar attempt by the Korean tech giant. With active HDR and Dolby Vision, the content is detailed and sharp. With the 100 Hz refresh rate along with ColourPrime and advanced Nanotechnology, LG 65UJ752T delivers life-like picture quality. The 20W audio output speakers by Harman Kardon and six variable sound modes will assure a decent viewing experience. With the LG Magic Remote and Magic Mobile Connection, the using of smart features is easy and enjoyable.
While Vu may be best-known for providing affordable televisions, the VU H75K700 is packed with some powerful features. The design is one of the thinnest offered by Vu and is boasts of thin aluminium frames. With a refresh rate of 100 Hz and backed by technologies such as Pixelight High Dynamic Range, VU’s Premium 4K HDR, motion estimation and compensation (MEMC) algorithm, and Ultra dimming, the display quality is quite amazing. With built-in Wi-Fi and a fast processor, you can access the internet with ease.
Depending on your budget and preference towards any particular brand, you may be able to get different features with varying capabilities. Just because you get a larger screen at a lower price, you should not think that it is perfect for your needs.
Zero in on the size based on your viewing distance. Also, HD-Ready TVs are not recommended even if there is a huge saving. With that being said, 4K is not the perfect solution either. Consider the content source at your disposal and upgrade in the same that are possible.
Smart features are a must in our internet filled world, yet just buying a smart TV for the sake of it is not advisable. Instead of buying cheap smart TVs, consider using an HDMI to connect your PC to the TV. There are a lot of options available that will suit different requirements, just refer to the list above and figure out which suits you the best.
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We’ve curated this list based on our own expert reviews, overall user reviews from shopping websites like Mouthshut, Amazon, Flipkart, and expert reviews from trusted websites CNET, Reviewed, Rtings, The Review Index, and TV nama.
As far as the weighted averages of our final expert scores are concerned, the split is: 50% for expert reviews, 25% for expert reviews from our trusted websites, and 25% for user reviews.
For example, in this list Samsung 75MU7000 had a score spilt of:
Expert review: 8/10
Expert reviews from trusted websites: 7.76/10 (TVNama, Trusted Reviews, and Rtings)
Overall expert score: 8/10 (rounded off)
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