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New Premium Bravia XR models featuring Sony’s new Cognitive Processor XR and Google TV
See which models ranked as HDTVs and More’s top TVs of 2019
Product profiles of a few lesser-known brands
TCL is expanding its 2019 TV lineup with the new 8-Series QLED 4K HDR TVs. This lineup will consist of the 65” 65Q825 ($1,999.99) and the 75” 75Q825 ($2,999.99).
Update: The 8-Series will be sold exclusively at Best Buy in the US market and is now available for pre-order at Best Buy stores and Best Buy.com.
Hisense is a leading Chinese manufacturer that has been in the TV business for quite some time and is currently the No. 3 producer of televisions worldwide. Hisense is also the fastest-growing TV brand of the top 6 brands in the U.S., according to recent data released by NPD Group.
A Detailed Look at What’s New…
During the month of February, Samsung unveiled its complete line of premium and standard HDTVs. The premium QLED models will consist of five series starting with the flagship 8K Q900 series, and the 4K Q90R, Q80R, Q70R, Q60R and now the new and recently added Q50R series. Screen sizes will range from 65” to 98-inches for the 8K models, while the 4K models will range from 32-inches, all the way up to a huge 82” screen size.
LG’s new lineup will offer eight different series and includes the R9, Z9, W9, E9, C9, and B9 OLED displays, and the SM9X and SM8X series which are NanoCell LED/LCD displays.
Featuring the premium P-Series, mid-tier M-Series and the entry-level V-Series – 4K HDR TVs
*Update: Vizio’s wide range of 2019 4K TVs is now available. Check out what they have to offer…
Sony recently announced at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) its initial new TV lineup for 2019. But before I get to the upcoming OLED and LED models for this year, I’d like to mention Sony’s “big reveal” and the highlight of their CES appearance which was the introduction of their first 8K TV – the Master Series Z9G. Check out more info regarding this amazing TV here.