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Best Samsung TVs 2021: budget, premium, QLED, 4K, 8K

Best Samsung TVs Buying Guide: Welcome to What Hi-Fi?'s guide to the best Samsung TVs you can buy in 2021.

Obviously it makes sense to shop around when buying a new TV. But if you've previously owned a Samsung and want to stick with what you know, there are some impressive screens out there.

From monster sets to more moderately-sized models, from very affordable to very expensive, Samsung has TVs to suit all tastes, spaces and budgets.

Before you lay down your cash, there are a few things to consider. 4K and HDR will improve the picture quality drastically, but only when fed compatible content, so check your source. And do remember that no Samsung sets support Dolby Vision – instead they feature Samsung's own rival format, HDR10+.

Samsung was also the first to sell 8K sets in the UK. While there's still no 8K content currently available, they do upscale 4K content using Samsung's processing tech, and generally do it very well. 

Then there's which size to go for. Measure where you'll put it and see which size set will suit you best. Bigger isn't always better - if it towers over your sofa, you might need to reconsider.

You should also check the small print for things such as the number of HDMI and USB sockets. While these details might seem relatively minor, they make all the difference when it comes to getting set up. Keen gamers will require HDMI 2.1, too.

Samsung is tipped to launch its first QD-OLED TV, featuring a hybrid QLED-OLED panel, in 2022.

Right time for the fun bit: picking your next Samsung TV. Here's your best options...  

1. Samsung QE55QN94A

Samsung's top 4K Neo QLED TV is a thriller

Specifications

Screen size: 55" (also available in 50", 65", 75", 85")

Type: QLED

Backlight: Mini LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HLG, HDR10, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 28" x 48" x 1"

Reasons to buy

+Terrifically bright, punchy picture+Superb detail and sharpness+Excellent TV operating system

Reasons to avoid

-Light control not perfect-Good, not great, sound-No Dolby Vision

Samsung’s first flush of Neo QLED TVs has been nothing short of revolutionary to date. The extra-fine level of lighting control that mini LED brings has put LCD’s high peak brightness to sophisticated use. It’s added a care with contrast that’s led to a more nuanced on-screen image, with a more solid, three-dimensional depth than ever before. We’ve every reason to expect the same from the QN94A. (known as the QN90A in the US).

One of Samsung’s top 4K TV for 2021s, it's practically bursting with features as well as raw performance power. From next-generation gaming potential to a full suite of apps and services, it’s more than ready to impress. Picture quality is compelling and the sound is decent enough. There’s still no Dolby Vision support (Samsung backs it's own HDR10+ format) but you’ll be getting so much from HDR10 alone that it will hardly be on your mind. This is a great TV and a terrific buy at this price.

We tested the QN94A in its 65-inch size. It's also available as a 50-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch model. We've not yet reviewed these versions but you'll see the latest, lowest prices below.

Read the full Samsung QN55QN90A review

2. Samsung QE65QN95A

Samsung's best TV to date showcases the firm's Mini LED tech.

Specifications

Screen size: 65in

Type: QLED

Backlight: Mini LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HLG, HDR10, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x 145 x 2.6cm

Reasons to buy

+Superbly bright, punchy and sharp+Exhaustive feature set+Lovely design

Reasons to avoid

-Artificial boost to dark detail-Reticence with extreme contrast-Still no Dolby Vision

This 2021 set features Mini LED technology, combined with the company's existing Quantum Dot tech to create a range of premium TVs called Neo QLEDs. The QE65QN95A is the first Neo QLED we've tested and Samsung's flagship 4K set for 2021.

Performance is spectacular. The overall contrast offered is staggering, and the QN95A combines near-OLED black levels with awesomely crisp white highlights and fabulously vibrant colours, all while retaining an effortless sense of naturalism.

Throw in solid sound, the most app-packed operating system in the business and a full set of next-gen HDMI sockets and this is (a lack of Dolby Vision support aside) as complete a package as can be imagined. VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) is supported in all three options, so it's great choice for gamers too.

The QN95A is not quite as slim as some OLED sets (even with the power and connections houses in a separate box) but its elegant design and exceptional picture are a real delight. Want the best Samsung TV you can buy right now? This is it.

Read the full Samsung QE65QN95A review

3. Samsung QE55Q90T

Samsung’s top 4K model for 2020 remains excellent value for money.

Specifications

Screen size: 55in (also available in 65in, 75in)

Type: QLED

Backlight: direct LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 71 x 123 x 3.5cm

Reasons to buy

+Brilliantly bright and punchy+Superb operating system+Improved motion and sound

Reasons to avoid

-Slightly exaggerated colours-OLEDs offer better blacks

The Samsung Q90T is a slightly tricky proposition. It’s the top 4K TV in Samsung’s 2020 TV range, but as a result of the company’s increased focus on 8K models, it’s also less of a flagship model than 2019s Q90R.

Whether you consider the Q90T to be the true successor to the Q90R or not, it is a better TV overall. It has a more natural balance, significantly better motion and a much-improved sound system. It’s true that it doesn’t go quite as bright or quite as black but, in fairness to Samsung, the Q90T is also more aggressively priced.

More important than how it fares against its discontinued sibling, though, is how it fares against similarly priced 2020 TVs such as the LG OLED55CX and Philips 55OLED805. These sets go blacker and, in the case of the LG, produce brighter highlights in otherwise dark images, but the Samsung is vastly punchier with almost everything you watch and images pop from the screen in a way that OLEDs still can’t match. It also has the best, most app-packed operating system by quite a margin, and a feature set that will keep it relevant for years to come. 

There’s no doubt that the Samsung Q90T is an excellent TV. The firm's 2021 Neo QLED models offer a crisper picture but remains a brilliant performer for the money. 

Read the full Samsung QE55Q90T review

4. Samsung UE43TU7100

A strikingly good performance-per-pound proposition.

Specifications

Screen size: 43in

Type: LCD

Backlight: edge LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

Operating system: Samsung Tizen

HDMI inputs: 2

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 56 x 96 x 5.9cm

Reasons to buy

+Impressive sharpness and detail+Tonally balanced+Intuitive, app-packed interface

Reasons to avoid

-Slightly sluggish operation-Only two HDMI inputs

This 2020 set is one of Samsung's cheapest 4K TVs. But fear not, it still boasts the company's core performance and feature set, at a smaller size and a lower price. In short, it's one of the best cheap TVs you can buy today.

Most 43in TVs offer about a tenth of the features of a bigger set, but not this one. The Tizen operating system is identical to that found on pricier sets, with the same winning UI and stacked app selection. It's 4K, naturally, HDR formats are well catered for (with the exception of Dolby Vision, which no Samsung sets support), and it supports Auto Low Latency Mode, which switches the TV to game mode when it detects a gaming signal. 

The contrast ratio isn't as impressive as an OLED or QLED TV, of course, but that's to be expected. The blacks are actually surprisingly deep for a TV this affordable, and there's a hefty amount of punch. The TU7100 is a sharp and detailed performer, too, and it handles motion with a good balance of smoothing and authenticity. It's an excellent picture performance for a TV of this size, and you'd have to spend a fair bit more to get a significant improvement.

Read the full Samsung UE43TU7100 review

5. Samsung QE55Q80T

This 2020 TV offers a great price-to-performance ratio

Specifications

Screen size: 55in (also available in 49in, 65in, 75in, 85in)

Type: QLED

Backlight: direct LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 71 x 123 x 5.4cm

Reasons to buy

+Excellent contrast and colours+Three-dimensional and detailed+Solid, spacious sound

Reasons to avoid

-Occasionally overcooks colours-Slightly exaggerates film grain

This new Samsung QLED set a formidable benchmark for mid-range TVs in 2020, offering a high-end performance at a fairly mid-range price.

The Q80T looks much like any other Samsung QLED, although it is a little bit chunkier than the Q90T. There's nothing wrong with the specs of the connections, either: the four HDMI inputs support the key features of HDMI 2.1, such as eARC, VRR and HFR.

4K HDR streaming is available via the likes of Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+ and Apple TV+. In fact, the app support is superb, with pretty much every video and music streaming site you can think of on offer here.

A simple TV to set-up when it comes to getting the best possible picture, the Q80T ultimately delivers a brilliantly dynamic image with deep black levels, excellent contrast and neutral but vibrant colours. While there are rare occasions when watching HDR that a skin tone seems slightly overcooked, the colour balance is a great strength overall, while motion is handled confidently and smoothly throughout our testing. And while we'd recommend a soundbar or some speakers, Samsung's Object Tracking Sound technology provides open, engaging audio.

As well as being great at 55 inches, we've also now tested the 65-inch version of the Q80T and it's equally great at that size.

Read the full Samsung QE55Q80T review

Read the full Samsung QE65Q80T review

6. Samsung QE75QN900A

Samsung’s 2021 8K TV marks a coming of age for the next-gen picture tech.

Specifications

Screen size: 75in

Type: Neo QLED

Backlight: Mini LED

Resolution: 8K

HDR formats supported: HLG, HDR10, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd): 102 x 165 x 32cm (with stand)

Reasons to buy

+Great build+Feature-rich and smart+Superb shading and contrast+Excellent scaling abilities

Reasons to avoid

-No Dolby Vision

This monster 75-inch Neo QLED 8K TV is proof that you don’t need 8K footage to enjoy an 8K TV. The Mini LED lighting system and increased resolution means that this fabulous TV manages an awesome sense of scale but with a crispness of detail that we’d normally associate with a smaller 4K set.

Samsung has one of the best TV operating systems in Tizen. There's now a Smart Trainer app to go with Samsung Health platform to give you feedback on your home workout sessions, plus a choice of three smart voice assistants (Bixby, Google Assistant and Alexa). 

The design features an impressive edge-to-edge glass pane and a Samsung's brilliant One Connect box, meaning you’ll only need one small cable running between the TV and the box with all of your HDMIs. It even comes with a solar-powered remote control.

As we said in our review, this What Hi-Fi? Award winner is one of the first 8K TVs we'd actually like to own. We look forward to prices dropping and the technology becoming more widespread – 8K is ready whenever you are.

Read our full Samsung QE75QN900A review

7. Samsung UE55TU8000

The sleek TU8000 represents exceptional value for money.

Specifications

Screen size: 55in (also available in 43in, 50in, 65in, 75in and 82in)

Type: LCD

Backlight: edge LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 71 x 123 x 6cm

Reasons to buy

+Brilliant HDR picture+Bags of tonal detail+Punchy colours

Reasons to avoid

-Not particularly bright-Uninspiring sound

Samsung's 8-series has traditionally been positioned just below the company’s glamorous range-topping QLEDs. In the past, it has proven to be the sweet spot where picture quality and price intersect to maximum effect. And so it proves once more.

The TU8000 is astonishingly good value. For comparatively very little money you're getting a 55-inch TV that performs brilliantly, particularly with HDR content, and boasts the best, most app-laden operating system available at any price.

It's sound is only so-so and it's lacking the outright brightness and next-gen HDMI features of its premium siblings, but it's still undeniably brilliant for the money.

Read the full Samsung UE55TU8000 review

8. Samsung UE50TU8500

A great 4K TV for those on a tight budget.

Specifications

Screen size: 50in (also available in 43in, 55in and 65in)

Type: LCD

Backlight: edge LED

Resolution: 4K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 3

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 64 x 112 x 5.7cm

Reasons to buy

+Deep, detailed blacks+Solid 4K+Exhaustive app selection

Reasons to avoid

-Slightly red colour balance

This is the price where TVs tip over from budget to mid range. As such, you get a more impressive set of features, with ALLM, eARC, 4K and three formats of HDR supported. There's no VRR (Variable Refresh Rate), but at this price, that's hardly surprising. Samsung's user interface is slick and provides access to apps galore.

It comes with Samsung's standard remote, plus its One Remote, which is more ergonomic and has a stripped-back selection of buttons that cover all of the bases. Voice controls are handled by Amazon's Alexa or Samsung's Bixby personal assistants, with Google Assistant due to land soon via a firmware update.

Picture-wise, it blows most of the similarly priced competition out of the water, with deeper blacks and bright white highlights. On the motion side of things, it displays a satisfyingly natural degree of smoothing, and manages to dig up plenty of detail. At this price, this model is hard to beat.

Read the full Samsung UE50TU8500 review

9. Samsung QE75Q950TS

This 2020 model makes a compelling case for 8K TV.

Specifications

Screen size: 75in (also available in 65in and 85in)

Type: QLED

Backlight: not applicable

Resolution: 8K

HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Operating system: Tizen

HDMI inputs: 4

ARC/eARC: eARC

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 81 x 143 x 1.5cm

Reasons to buy

+Brilliantly sharp, detailed 4K+Bright, punchy and vibrant+Near-flawless feature set

Reasons to avoid

-No Dolby Vision-Local dimming peculiarities-Only one HDMI 2.1 socket

Right now, 8K content is thin on the ground. But if you're happy to spend the money, an 8K set could be a sound investment – it'll also play 4K content, after all, and if you don't want to buy another TV when 8K takes off, paying once could be the smart option.

The 2020 Samsung QE75Q950TS is not only a wise investment for 8K, it also manages to improve on 4K content thanks thanks to Samsung's Quantum Processor 8K and its 8K AI Upscaling feature, which succeed in making non-8K content look better than ever: watching a 4K Blu-ray, we can’t recall a sharper 4K picture, with nothing looking artificially enhanced or exaggerated – it simply pops from the screen more than we’ve previously seen.

Blacks are deep and insightful, while motion is handled with aplomb. Away from the picture, the TV itself is stylish, super slim, and the bezels are amazingly thin. The new 75-inch QE75QN900A (above) is better still thanks to its Mini LED display, but it's also twice the price.

Read the full Samsung QE75Q950TS review

10. Samsung QE65Q95T

Not the flagship TV we were expecting, but the Q95T is still a cracking set.

Specifications

Type: QLED

Backlight: Direct LED

Resolution: 4K

Operating system: Tizen

HDR support: HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

HDMI inputs: 4

USBs: 3

Optical output: Yes

Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x 145 x 3.5cm

Reasons to buy

+Rich, solid, natural picture+Very good motion+Improved sound

Reasons to avoid

-‘Predecessor’ was punchier

The Q95T shares the top spot in Samsung's 2020 4K TV range with the Q90T. The only differences between the two are that the Q95T gets a more stylish, metal remote and the One Connect system, which sees all connections (including power) routed through a separate box that can be easily hidden away.

Somewhat disappointingly, the Q95T and Q90T have fewer dimming zones and go less bright than the Q90R, but they're otherwise better in every meaningful way. They deliver a richer, more solid and more natural picture, as well as better sound.

The Tizen operating system is largely unchanged, and that's no bad thing. No other operating system has as much content or more quickly gets you to what you want to watch.

If you're after Samsung's top 4K model, the sensible money would be spend on the Q90T, but if you like the idea of extremely clever and neat One Connect solution, there's nothing wrong with spending the extra money on the Q95T.

Read the full Samsung QE65Q95T review

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Black Friday TV deals just dropped at Best Buy - save big on 4K, QLED, and OLED TVs

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By Mackenzie Frazier

Black Friday TV deals from Samsung, LG, Sony, and more

Looking to score early Black Friday deals on TVs? Then you're in luck. Best Buy just launched an early Black Friday sale which includes incredible deals on a range of 4K, QLED, and OLED TVs. Today's sale includes record-low prices from Samsung, LG, and Sony, and we're rounding up the top offers for you below.

Our favorite deals include this Samsung 70-inch 4K V on sale for just $599 (was $749), a massive $500 discount on this stunning 50-inch The Frame TV from Samsung, and Sony's brilliant 65-inch 4K smart TV marked down to a record-low price of $1,199.99 (was $1,499.99).

These early Black Friday deals not only allow you to score massive discounts before the official sale begins but you're guaranteed to walk away with the lowest price available. Best Buy's Black Friday price guarantee promises that any product featured in today's sale will not go any lower in price before Black Friday. If, for some reason, they do, Best Buy is offering a full refund for the difference.

Early Black Friday TV deals at Best Buy

See more of the best cheap TV deals that are happening now and the cheapest OLED TV deals and prices.

You can also see more early offers with our guide to the best Black Friday TV deals of 2021.

Mackenzie Frazier is the deals editor in the US for TechRadar at Future plc. She's been sharing deal advice for Future for the past three years and loves to find products that the consumer wants at the best possible price. She's had eight years of experience working in the e-commerce space and loves being a mom to her baby boy.

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Black Friday TV deals 2021: best early sales and what to expect

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By Louis Ramirez

What to expect from this year's Black Friday TV deals

Black Friday TV deals are happening now. Sure, you can score some excellent TV deals any time of the year, but Black Friday TV deals are the creme de la creme of TV sales with epic prices you simply don't see any other time of the year. 

For example, one of last year's most memorable Black Friday deals knocked the Vizio 55-inch 4K OLED TV to just $899. (Heads up: it's on sale for $999 right now; link provided below). That remains one of the best Black Friday TV deals of all time. Not only did we give that TV a good rating, but a 55-inch OLED for $899 is just unheard of. 

As we inch closer to November, we're seeing more epic deals that push TV prices to all-time lows. For instance, Best Buy has a 55-inch 4K TV for $299. Meanwhile, 70-inch 4K TVs are now as cheap as $579. 

Amazon is also taking $300 off an LG OLED 4K TV. Plus, Samsung's massive 75-inch QLED 4K TV is also $900 off right now. These early Black Friday TV sales are among the best prices of 2021. Here's a quick rundown of what's available right now. 

Early Black Friday TV deals — best sales now

Black Friday TV deals — what to expect in 2021

As we said earlier,  you can find good TV sales any time of the year. However, Black Friday TV deals tend to break all price records and 2021 will be no exception. 

55-inch 4K TVs: Hats off to Best Buy for offering some of the best Black Friday TV deals of the season last year. It's likely the retailer will hold on to that title once again in 2021, but Walmart and Amazon won't be far behind.

Best Buy offered two epic sales last year. In addition to the aforementioned OLED TV deal, the retailer also had a TCL 55-inch 4K TV for just $199. It was groundbreaking then and it's a price we haven't seen once throughout all of 2021. We expect Best Buy to resurrect this deal again in 2021, likely on a newer model. We may even see a 55-inch 4K TV go for as low as $179, though don't expect it to be one of the newer models. 

For example, Walmart had an Onn 50-inch Roku 4K TV on sale for $128. Onn is an off-brand and Walmart's own line of TVs. (Similar to how Insignia is Best Buy's house brand).

OLED TVs: If you're looking for a premium TV, I think we'll see Vizio's 55-inch 4K OLED for $899 once again this year. LG's budget OLEDs may hit $999 as well, but prices won't drop lower than $899 for a 55-inch OLED TV. That said, Best Buy offered a lot of OLED TV deals last year, so expect them to offer the best discounts again in 2021. 

Amazon Fire TVs: Amazon just unveiled a new line of Omni and 4-Series Fire TVs. These new sets offer premium features and it's even possible they're made by TCL. We expect these TVs will get deep price cuts on Black Friday. Currently, you can pre-order the Amazon Omni Series 4K TV from $409 or the Fire TV 4-Series from $369. Both will release on October 27. However, that means Amazon's other Fire TVs will likely get steeper price cuts this holiday season. TVs such as the 2021 Toshiba C350 Fire TV — which is typically from $30 to $100 off on any given day — could see discounts that are significantly cheaper than their current sale price. This bodes well for anyone who wants an inexpensive 4K TV, but doesn't require premium features. In other words, if you want an inexpensive big-screen 4K TV this holiday, Amazon's Fire TVs are poised to break all sorts of price records. 

When will Black Friday TV deals begin in 2021

Black Friday falls on Friday, November 26. However, Black Friday TV deals will start way in advance of that date. You might see some faux Black Friday TV deals in late October, but the noteworthy deals will start on November 1. A quick note on these early deals: Some of these deals were very limited last year and we didn't see those prices again all month. So it's worth paying attention to these early November sales as they could be cheaper than deals we see on November 26. (We'll bring you the best deals throughout the season). 

Who has the best TV deals on Black Friday?

Who has the best Black Friday TV deals depends on the type of set you're interested in. In general, Best Buy has the best Black Friday TV deals, especially on our favorite brands like LG, Samsung and Sony. Meanwhile, we've seen excellent sales on more affordable brands like Hisense and Onn from Walmart. Amazon typically tries to price-match both Best Buy and Walmart, so be sure to run comparisons if you tend to favor one retailer over another. 

Remember, Black Friday TV deals are designed to generate excitement around sales, so don't let the hype from every retailer confuse you. The basics of buying a great TV on sale are the same as regular priced models: Know what features you should expect, what extras you may want, and read up on reviews to get a feel for what's good or bad about specific models.

Should I wait till Black Friday to buy a TV?

If you can afford to wait till November, you should absolutely avoid any TV purchases. Black Friday TV prices are unmatched and you could save from an extra $50 to $300 off current sale price. If you've been eyeing a premium QLED TV or an OLED TV, we'd also recommend you wait till November. However, things are different this year. Supply and labor shortages are causing shipping delays, which means shoppers should take advantage of any early deals they see now. 

What Black Friday TV deals can I get right now?

If possible, we recommend consumers do their Black Friday TV shopping early this year. That way you can avoid any supply shortages or shipping delays that may arise over the holiday season. Below are the best deals we recommend buying right now. 

Smart TVs: deals from $119 @ Best Buy
Insignia 55" 4K Fire TV:
was $549 now $389 @ Amazon
Vizio 55" 4K QLED TV:
was $799 now $579 @ Best Buy
TCL 55" 4K Mini-LED QLED TV:
was $949 now $699 @ Amazon
Insignia 70" F30 4K Fire TV: was $749 now $599 @ Best Buy

Black Friday cheap TVs: Bargain hunters, beware

Watch the fine print on those deals. You may see some TVs selling for $100 or less, but they all have some pretty severe limitations. Small sizes are common, and 32-inches is pretty small compared to the 65-inch models we usually review. (Check out our guide to choosing the right TV size to find the best size for your home.) 

Most are lacking smart features or rely on off-brand software with limited app selection. But the biggest gotcha you'll see on Black Friday is low resolution — some don't even offer full HD, opting for 720p resolution. While you may see TVs listed for amazingly low prices — some for less than $100 — don't expect any of the smart functions or 4K panels we see in the best TVs.

The other thing to watch for are refurbished and open box units. These can be a source of enormous savings, but they come with wear and tear before you ever set it up, and warranty coverage may not be as robust as a new model will offer. Refurbs are a good way to save a buck during the rest of the year, but as we get into the holidays, the best deals are on new units.

Just remember the old saying about things that look too good to be true. Not all Black Friday cheap TVs are great deals, even when the prices are enticing. 

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. With over 10 years of deals-hunting experience, Louis price checks against multiple retailers and searches high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.

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Best Buy Kicks Off Black Friday Early With 4K and 8K TV Deals

The Black Friday season is starting earlier than ever before, with Amazon running "Epic Daily Deals" since the start of the month, and now Best Buy Black Friday deals have kicked off. These sale prices are only running for this week, but give us a good look into the future of what Black Friday has in store.

I've put together some highlights below, or you can check out all of the 4K and 8K TV deals at Best Buy happening right now.

Best Buy Early Black Friday TV Deals

86" QNED Mini LED 8K TV
86" QNED Mini LED 8K TV
This is perhaps the ultimate TV currently on sale. This monster of an 8K set uses LG's "Quantum Dot NanoCell display" and consists of over 33 million pixels. It also upscales content with the a9 Gen 4 AI Processor for 8K.
65" Class BRAVIA XR X90J Series LED 4K
65" Class BRAVIA XR X90J Series LED 4K
Sony's Bravia line has consistently delivered some of the best picture quality in flat-screen televisions, and several of the mid-range models are currently marked down.
85" Class QN85A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV
85" Class QN85A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV
Another massive TV from Samsung, this behemoth QLED set is marked down right now.
65" Class QN900A Series Neo QLED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV
65" Class QN900A Series Neo QLED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV
If you want a more manageable 8K TV, this Neo QLED 8K set is also marked down and is the perfect size.
65" Class QN800A Series Neo QLED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV
65" Class QN800A Series Neo QLED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV
This is about as close to "entry level" as you can get with an 8K TV.

This is just a small sampling of what Best Buy Black Friday deals will be live when it kicks off the season officially on November 19.

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Best Buy Black Friday TV Deals for October 2021

The Best Buy Black Friday deals have started, so it’s no surprise we’re drowning in fantastic Best Buy Black Friday TV deals. Be warned, though: This won’t last long, though: Televisions are some of the most-anticipated Black Friday deals and manufacturers are already struggling to keep up with demand due to the ongoing microchip shortage we’ve all heard so much about, so it won’t long before these Best Buy TV deals disappear and the shelves are bare.

Best Buy is doing everything it can to make you feel comfortable shopping the Best Buy Black Friday TV deals now, starting with its Best Buy Black Friday Price Guarantee — order something now and it’ll refund the difference if it has it cheaper on November 26 — but at the rate Best Buy TV deals are flying off the shelves, we can’t see it having anything you’d really want to buy in stock this time next month. The best 4K TV deals will all be long gone before then.

Today’s Best Buy TV Deals and Sales

  • 50-inch Sony X80J Series 4K TV — $650, was $700
  • 50-inch Sony X85J Series 4K TV — $750, was $850
  • 65-inch LG OLED 4K TV — $1,600, was $1,800
  • 65-inch Sony Class BRAVIA XR A80J Series OLED 4K TV — $2,200, was $2,300
  • 65-inch Sony Master Series A9G OLED 4K TV — $3,000, was $3,500
  • 77-inch LG Class G1 Series OLED evo 4K — $3,800, was $4,300
  • Best Buy Smart TVs Deals — Starting at $90

Ready to invest in a new smart TV? Presently, BestBuy features smart TVs from different brands like Westinghouse and Samsung starting at $80. more

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One of the hottest trends in TVs right now is screens which display art and blend into their surroundings when they aren't in use. This is LG's take on that concept, with an OLED screen.more

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Sony's popular Bravia TV offer features like upscaling, a fast processor, integration with Google TV, and support for a slim wall mount for a sleek and elegant look.more

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With a fast Quad Core Processor for upscaling content to 4K and a NanoCell display, this TV will look exceptional and its Filmmaker mode allows you to see movies as their creators intended.more

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To get both a big screen and the highest resolution, you can look to this option from LG which comes in at a 75-inch size and with stunning 8K resolution.more

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Sony's Bravia range is always popular, and this version comes in a 65-inch size to suit most medium rooms. It has an OLED display, Google TV software, and 4K upscaling.more

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With its impressive 8K resolution and a super fast Neo Quantum Processor, this TV from Samsung will display super high definition content in its most beautiful form.more

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A compact sized 4K TV which comes with smart features like support for Google Assistant built it, plus Google TV software for you to access your favorite streaming services.more

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Enjoy stunning image crispness and color depth thanks to the OLED screen on this 65-inch TV from LG.more

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Get an ample-sized TV with 4K resolution plus Dolby Vision HDR, support for Apple AirPlay and Chromecast, and a handy auto game mode.more

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Enjoy 4K resolution in a moderate size which is great for medium-sized rooms, with smart features like Google TV for streaming from all your favorite services.more

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The Sony Master Series A9G is a no-brainer for anyone who can afford it, so much so we named it the best television on the market. Period. Android TV? Check. 4K HDR? Check. Google Assistant? Check.more

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The perfect easy entry into the world of smart TVs, with simple streaming from your favorite services, 4K resolution and HDR, and a gaming mode as well.more

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For a natural-looking picture and clear sound, this model from Sony has an X1 4K HDR Processor to reduce digital noise and sharpen fine details.more

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Enjoy your content in stunning detail with this QLED 8K TV from Samsung. Even if content is coming in at 4K or lower, the TV will upscale to 8K to give you the best possible image.more

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Should You Shop the Best Buy Black Friday TV Deals Now?

Yes, shop the Best Buy Black Friday TV deals now. Don’t wait. As I said before, manufacturers can’t keep up with demand, so it won’t be long until must-have models are on backorder. When that happens, you can say goodbye to it arriving before the holidays. Just look at rival Walmart — it has an abundance of televisions out of stock, which are all still on the shelves at Best Buy — and most are included in the Best Buy TV deals promotion it’s running for Black Friday.

You can bet your bottom dollar they won’t be in stock for much longer though. The Best Buy Black Friday TV deals we’re seeing today bring such considerable discounts that it’s hard to imaging them being any cheaper on Black Friday — maybe an extra $10 or $20 off, if anything. So the question you need to ask yourself is whether a few extra bucks in your pocket is worth waiting a few weeks (or possibly even months) for the television of your dreams to arrive.

Are All Best Buy TV Deals Worth It?

No, they’re not. There’s one fundamental rule when shopping for a television: If an offer is too good to be true, it probably is. This extends to Best Buy TV deals. If there’s an 85-inch 4K TV on the shelves for only $300, there’s a reason. Chances are it’s devoid of fundamental features like smart software and HDR. By shopping through Digital Trends, though, you can rest assured you’re taking home a television that’s worthy of a place at the heart of your entertainment setup.

Our experts vetted each and every deal and only included the crème de la crème at each price point. This means all you need to do is decide on a screen size then choose the most expensive television that fits the bill, but still falls into your budget, from the list above. Can’t see something you like the look of? We’ve also rounded up all the best 4K TV deals, OLED TV deals, and QLED TV deals. There’s no harm in shopping around a bit and checking out the competition.

We strive to help our readers find the best deals on quality products and services, and we choose what we cover carefully and independently. The prices, details, and availability of the products and deals in this post may be subject to change at anytime. Be sure to check that they are still in effect before making a purchase.

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