The 5 Best-Reviewed 4K TVs on Amazon

These 4K TVs can go the distance


Nowadays, when it’s assumed that you mean a “smart TV” when you say the word “TV.” It’s hard to come by a decent television that doesn’t ship with some sort of smart software inside it. This can make the decision process tough, but we’re going to show you some of the best reviewed 4K smart TVs you can find on Amazon today.

TCL 65S405

TCL 65S405 Amazon

TCL has been making TVs for a while now, and has really given itself a name. It tended to swim in the more shallow price point waters, but that’s changed as it’s gotten more popular. With sets like the 65S405 coming out, we can see why.

This 65-inch 4K HDR TV brings most of the screen technologies you’d come to expect from a smart TV today, along with the actual smarts. This includes Roku as the primary operating system, as well as Alexa or Google Assistant compatibility.

This is firmly planted in the “budget” category, coming in at under $600 when on sale like it is right now.

Sony XBR65X900F

Sony XBR65X900F Amazon

If you want a high-quality LED smart TV, Sony makes some of the best available. This 65-inch Triluminous display is paired with the X1 Extreme Processor for handling brightness and contrast provide a picture that only Sony can provide, and it’s great.

As far as peripherals are concerned, this TV should definitely suit your needs, coming with 4 HDMI, 2 USB2.0, and 1 USB3.0 ports. The smarts running the show is Android TV, which give you access to all of your streaming services and more from the Google Play Store.

Samsung QN65Q6FN

Samsung QN65Q6FN Amazon

Samsung makes some of the best TVs available today, and it’s QLED screens are really something to admire. The QN65Q6FN QLED TV is such a set that may be a bit on the pricier side, but the value from the picture quality and features is certainly there.

Being Samsung, it has a whole suite of smart features available to you with it’s homemade TV OS. This also means that you’ll have to make do with Bixby as your voice assistant which actually isn’t all that bad for simple TV operations. Of course, you’re not buying the TV for the assistant—you’re buying it for the picture. On that front, only OLED TV panels can best Samsung’s QLED.



Speaking of OLED, LG has been killing it with their television sets using the screen technology. Every year, they’ve managed to improve upon something that’s already great, which makes even the older models worth your consideration.

If you’re looking for the latest and greatest of LG’s OLED lineup, but want to remain semi-budget conscious, the 55-inch LG OLED C9 is a great fit. While it’s not cheap in any respect, coming in at nearly $2000, it’s basically the best picture you can get on a TV in 2019—something that very few can say.

Sony XBR55A9F

Sony XBR55A9F Amazon

If you were to take the LG OLED panels and add in Sony’s visual processing engine and other video enhancement technologies into one TV, you’d have the XBR55A9F. While this is the older 2018 model, it’s still one of the best TVs money can buy today.

The Android TV 4K TV brings the best of Sony and OLED into one place, which is a real triumph. Multiple HDR formats (including Dolby Vision) are all accounted for, and ready for 4K playback. Sadly, this set is missing Dolby Atmos support, which is a real shame. Either way, Sony’s OLED TVs, while made from LG parts, are really something special.