THE BEST BUDGET-FRIENDLY 4K TV DEALS FOR PRIME DAY
INSIGNIA 55-INCH 4K FIRE TV EDITION This 2021 model of Insignia’s Fire TV Edition 4K television includes HDR10 for a more contrast-rich picture. It has three HDMI ports, with support for HDMI ARC and eARC to send sound through an HDMI cable instead of requiring audio cables.
- Insignia’s 43-inch 4K Fire 4K Edition TV is $220 at Amazon (usually $319).
- Toshiba’s 55-inch 4K HDR Fire 4K Edition TV is $360 at Amazon (usually $480).
THE BEST MID-RANGE 4K TV DEALS FOR PRIME DAY
- Sony’s 85-inch X900H 4K TV is $1,800 at Amazon (originally $2,800).
- Samsung’s 82-inch TU-6950 4K TV is $1,200 at Amazon (usually $1,400).
- Hisense’s 55-inch H9 QLED 4K TV is $504 at Amazon (usually $632).
- Hisense’s 55-inch H9 QLED 4K TV is $700 at Amazon (usually $750).
Sony’s 55-inch A8H 4K OLED TV Image: Sony
THE BEST HIGH-END 4K TV DEALS FOR PRIME DAY
- Sony’s 55-inch A8H 4K OLED TV is $1,198 at Amazon (usually $1,898). This (and the three Sony models below) have a 120Hz refresh rate OLED panel, but they’re the 2019 models and don’t support HDMI 2.1 or variable refresh rate. According to a comparison done by review site Rtings.com, the cheaper A8H can actually get brighter than the A9G and has better color accuracy and lower input lag. The A9G, on the other hand, offers native support for 1440p in addition to 4K.
- The same OLED model in the 65-inch size is $1,598 at Amazon (usually $2,498).
- Sony’s more high-end A9G 55-inch OLED TV is $1,698 at Amazon (usually $2,248).
- Upgrading to the 65-inch version of the A9G OLED costs $2,248 at Amazon (usually $2,498).