Before you read the conclusion of comparison between 4K TV between LG 55UB950V, Samsung UE55HU7500, Panasonic TX-58AX802B, Sony KD-55X8505B and Toshiba 58L9363DB
You can read the review for each 32 inch HDTV with the link below :
This time last year, 4K TVs were a pricey pipe-dream for many people. Now, you can get 8-million pixels for a realistic amount of money. But not all 4K TVs are created equal, and we’ve done the sorting of the best for you here.
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In first place is the Samsung UE55HU7500. It’s a great example of everything we expect from a 4K TV: excellent picture performance across all resolutions, and a satisfying and smart
user interface – all for a decent price. It’s a no-nonsense approach from Samsung and we’re very impressed.
Next up we have the LG 55UB950V and Sony KD-55X8505B, each with a rather different approach. The LG is bold, and its WebOS interface is a revelation. Its clean look and smooth multitasking is what smart TVs have been crying out for, and outshines a good (but somewhat unsubtle) picture.
The Sony offers fewer bells and whistles than the LG, but its picture is nuanced, subtle and we’re pleased with the colour balance. Blacks could be better, but it can be amended to a degree in the settings – and that low price helps a lot.
These three TVs are fully equipped for 4K, and you can’t go wrong with any of them… which brings us to the Panasonic TX-58AX802B, which we wish we could love. Its picture is beautiful and proves that the company’s strength doesn’t lie only in plasma. But, as impressed as we are, we cannot ignore its inability to handle one of the only existing sources of 4K content, and for that we had to mark it down.
In last place, is the Toshiba 58L9363DB: a relic of 4K’s first phase, outgunned by its rivals, and a casualty of the changing ultra high-definition landscape.