When Philips announced its OLED 803 television back in February, it marked a notable turn away from the company's high-end LCD range to the promise of OLED’s superior displays. It was surprising, sure, but the 803 wouldn't be the only OLED from the European arm of Philips - we'd also be treated
There are lots of good reasons to have a Netflix account; these days it hosts some of the best TV shows and movies on the planet, including The Good Place, Bojack Horseman, The Crown, Black Mirror, and more.
But what if you’re done with your Netflix account? With the recent price hike, you may
Samsung’s attempts to innovate and evolve LCD technology have been surprisingly successful. While its big Korean rival LG has invested billions developing OLED, Samsung has taken the view that LCD and ultimately MicroLED are necessary to deliver today’s ultra-bright HDR content.
Mainstream MicroLED might still be a few years off but
Looking to connect your phone with the TV? Our homes are more crowded with gadgets than ever, and knowing how to easily share content between devices can save you a lot of hassle.3
Linking up your telly with your smartphone or tablet opens up a number of handy ways to stream and cast
As the manufacturer behind one-third of the TVs shipped worldwide, it’s statistically likely that you’re going to be buying a Samsung TV over any other brand – and the Samsung NU7100 (or NU7120 in the UK) is a good example of why.t
The NU7100 offers 4K Ultra HD resolution and High Dynamic Range
We were hard pressed to find a better TV than the Philips OLED+ 903 last year – but it came at a hefty premium. As 2019 kicks off, Philips is looking to bring some of the flagship specs of its best set to a lower level of the range with the new
Everyone loves a high-end TV, but if that's a bit too far out of reach financially, the Samsung NU8000 is a great mid-range screen that sports an affordable price tag.
To that end, the Samsung NU8000 Series is bright, colorful and comes stocked with the latest version of Samsung’s TV OS.
So, you're buying a new TV. You may know what resolution you want, what you're using it for, and how big a budget you can realistically spend – but when it comes to the size, what size TV do you actually need?
The average television is getting bigger every year, and