Buying a new television can be a challenge. With so many different models, it's hard to know where to start. To make things even more complicated, the number of TV brands has increased dramatically in recent years.
Nevertheless, each manufacturer offers unique products. From smart features and design to performance and components, each brand has its own distinctive approach.
We have put together a short list of the best TV brands to help you make an informed choice when buying your next TV.
Samsung: high quality TVs with unmatched style
Samsung has been a leader in the television market for many years. The slim and elegant TV sets from this South Korean manufacturer were among the first to rival Japanese products in terms of quality.
Today, Samsung's high-end UHD LED TVs - now called "QLED" by Samsung - are still some of the best on the market. Samsung TVs are generally well-designed, have excellent manufacturing quality and offer a wealth of features.
For example, high-end models have an image refresh rate of 120 Hz with support for FreeSync variable refresh rate to reduce screen tearing.
In addition, Samsung smart TVs use TizenOS as an interface. The interface is user-friendly and offers a ton of applications to download.
LG: a brand that has made its mark thanks to OLED technology
For about five years now, LG's OLED televisions have been considered by many to be the best on the market. OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode) technology works in a fundamentally different way than traditional LED/LCD technology and offers unparalleled performance, especially in a dark room.
OLED TVs can turn off individual pixels, allowing them to display a perfect contrast ratio and black uniformity. In addition, the millions of pixels in LG's OLED TVs can display more than a billion rich colours.
OLED devices have a near-instantaneous response time and most of LG's new high-end TVs, such as the LG OLED CX, are also equipped with HDMI and eARC ports for higher bandwidth and frame rate.
LG TVs run the user-friendly WebOS operating software and the LG app store offers a wide range of applications.
Sony: delivering quality TVs for over 50 years
Sony is no longer the dominant player it once was in North America. Nevertheless, the Japanese electronics giant has never stopped producing TVs that combine cutting-edge technology with eye-catching design.
That said, Sony TVs are still incredibly well built and their quality control is among the best in the industry. Sony TVs are also known for their excellent motion management and colour accuracy, making them versatile and capable of displaying any type of content with exceptional resolution.
As with LG, Sony OLED televisions are the flagship models. For example, the XBR series offers increased contrast for more depth and realism.
Trust the Fillion team for personalized advice when buying a TV set!
In conclusion, if you want to make the best possible choice when buying a new TV, you should take the time to assess your needs. Depending on the setting where the TV will be installed and the type of content you'll be watching the most, the features you'll want to look for will vary greatly. Nevertheless, choosing a device made by one of the three brands listed in this article will ensure your satisfaction and peace of mind.
You can also ask the experts at Fillion Électronique for advice to make sure you choose a TV that's right for you. Whether online or in-store, we can suggest options that fit your budget and preferences. Contact us!