2018 TVs: Best New TVs From LG, TCL, Sony And Hisense

Posted: Jan 16 2018, 3:04am CST | by , Updated: Mar 9 2018, 3:22am CST , in Technology News


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2018 TVs: Best new TVs from LG, TCL, Sony and Hisense

Here are the best 2018 TVs announced so far.

LG, Sony, TCL, and Hisense used the big stage at the CES 2018 to announce their new 2018 TV models. Only Samsung has held back and did not unveil any new 2018 Samsung TVs yet. Update: Samsung unveiled the new QLED TVs and other 4K TV for 2018 on March 7. The consumer electronics maker stunned with the Wall and talked up its new generation of QLED panels coming this year.

Update: The first Sony and LG 2018 TV models are on sale at Amazon, spotted February 9.

LG went full steam ahead into 2018 and announced new OLED TV models. The new 2018 LG E8 Series comprised of the LG OLED65E8PUA and OLED55E8PUA and the LG OLED C8 TV models consisting of OLED77C8PUA, OLED65C8PUA, and OLED55C8PUA are going to be the most interesting. The new LG E8 series are basically TVs on a sheet of glass on a small stand. The 2018 LG OLED 4K UHD Smart TV is powered by a new alpha 9 processor, LG's ThinQ AI, 4K Cinema HDR and 4K HFR, and Dolby Atmos audio.

The most interesting aspect of the E8 series is the impact on the price it will have on the 2017 LG C7P or LG B7A OLED TVs. The 2017 LG OLED TVs are already extremely well reviewed. It's just a matter of the getting prices further down to make LG's OLED TVs more successful. A lower price also fends off Samsung's 2018 QLED offensive. LG has not revealed the price of the LG OLED65E8PUA and OLED55E8PUA yet.

The prices of LG's incredible Wallpaper OLED TVs should come down as well in 2018 with the launch of the new LG W8 OLED Wallpaper TV in 65-inch (OLED65W8PUA) and 77-inch (OLED77W8PUA) sizes. LG continues to innovate also LED TVs. At the CES 2018, LG unveiled the 2018 LG 65SK9500PUA Nano Cell TV.

Sony is trying with a new 2018 Sony Bravia A8F OLED TV to gain some OLED TV market share from LG in 2018. The Sony OLED TVs, launched in 2017 are stunning and unique with the Acoustic Surface speaker technology. Again price is the barrier to a more mainstream adoption of Sony's OLED TVs. Sony also announced the new XBR 900F series 4K UHD HDR LED TV series. The improvements in the X900F series over the X900E series include Dolby Vision support, X1 Extreme image processor, Alexa and Google Assistant support and sizes range up to 85-inch.

TCL is further expanding into the high-end with their 2018 TCL 4K TV line-up. The TCL P6 Series, will be followed up with the 2018 TCL 6-Series. The TCL 6-series will have improved picture performance technologies and feature a brushed metal finish. The set supports Dolby Vision and now boasts HDR Performance Package Pro to further elevate the experience.

TCL’s totally new 5-Series marries superior 4K UHD picture quality with Dolby Vision for a stellar imaging experience. The 5-Series benefits from TCL’s HDR Performance Package, which features HDR Dynamic Contrast.

Chinese Hisense is also expanding into the high-end. China's top-selling TV brand unveiled at the CES 2018 the Hisense H10E Series 4K ULED Smart TV line-up, Hisense H9E Plus Series 4K ULED Smart TV series and Hisense H9E Series 4K ULED Smart TVs. Hisense also offers a stunning 100-inch Laser TV.

The first new 2018 TVs mentioned above will be released in Spring. Check Amazon.com for the availability of 2018 TVs.

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