Best Android TV deals of April 2024 — BOGO Samsung, up to 45% off Hisense

Shopping for a new smart TV can be pretty overwhelming, so we’ve done the work of gathering all of the best Android TV deals into one guide so you don’t have to hunt for savings. 

From surprising BOGO offers from Samsung to no-frills budget sets from Insignia, keep reading for all of the best smart TV discounts on the web today. 

When you’re shopping for one of the best Android TVs, all of the jargon and technical details can leave you feeling a bit lost, so we’ve also dropped an FAQ at the bottom of the page. What size should you choose? How much should you send? What the heck is refresh rate? Those questions and more will be answered below, but first, let’s dive straight into the discounts. 

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What should I look for in a smart TV?

When you’re shopping for smart TVs, you’ll immediately notice that manufacturers throw a bunch of impressive-sounding jargon in your face to make their models seem more appealing. Some of this information is actually important, while other details are just filling space. To cut through the noise, we’ve gathered a few of the most important things to worry about when making your final decision. 

  • 1. Resolution: Although TVs with 8K resolution are starting to be released, they’re quite expensive, and most TV shows and films aren’t made to support that resolution anyway. For now, you can save some money and have a nearly-identical experience by going with a 4K TV. If you want all of your favorite shows and films to look as good as possible, look for a set with 4K upscaling.  
  • 2. Refresh rate: To put it simply, a TV’s refresh rate will affect how smooth and lifelike moving images appear on your display, whether you’re watching live sports or playing video games. 60Hz is generally fine for smaller TVs, but 120Hz is even better, especially if your TV is larger than 60 inches. Some TVs may even come with a game optimization mode that boosts the refresh rate up to 240Hz. 
  • 3. OLED vs. LCD: Despite all of the many proprietary varieties touted by manufacturers (QLED, ULED, etc), all you need to know is that smart TVs are broken down into two categories: LCD and OLED. LCD technology is generally found in more-affordable TVs and looks pretty great most of the time. If you can afford it, however, OLED makes a big difference in larger TVs, with consistently richer colors and better contrast. Technologies such as Samsung’s “QLED” and Hisense’s “ULED” are basically just marketing terms used to describe the companies’ proprietary takes on LCD. Rule of thumb: if you have over $1,000 to spend on a TV, go OLED; otherwise, an LCD with 4K support should be just fine. 
  • 4. Price: Smart TVs are some of the only pieces of tech that haven’t gotten more expensive in recent years. Depending on the size you need, you could probably get away with spending $500 or less on a great 4K TV for your home. Don’t be fooled by all of the high-tech jargon: as long as the reviews seem consistent and the TV comes with 4K resolution, a refresh rate over 60Hz, and three or four HDMI ports, you should be all set. 

What size smart TV should I get?

If you’re trying to figure out which size TV you should buy, the first thing to know is that the size of a TV is determined by measuring one corner of the screen to another. Take a tape measure and hold it “corner to corner” in the space you’re hoping to place your new smart TV and consider how far away you’ll be sitting from the screen. For example, if you’re sitting around six feet away from your TV screen, a 50-inch to 70-inch TV should be sufficient. 

Via: Androidcentral

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