Many of the 2023 TV lineups that most primary TV manufacturers revealed at CES earlier this year have finally begun to arrive. New screens from Sony seem to be on the horizon, and things are picking up with TCL & Hisense, too. To be precise, we’ve already put our excited little hands on a few of them for comprehensive evaluations — flagships such as the LG G3 & Samsung S95C.
Naturally, new and frequently higher pricing accompanies all of these new models. The models from 2022 continue to hold their own while we evaluate the strength of the year’s crop, and several of them are still listed on our list of best TVs of 2023 beneath.
Some of the best TVs of 2023- Our Picks
- LG G3 OLED Evo (65-inch)- The first LG TV to feature the company’s revolutionary micro-lens display (MLA) & “Brightness Boost Max” technology in the United States, LG’s new OLED panels outperform their previous TVs in terms of brightness, viewing angles, and energy economy.
- Samsung S95C OLED TV (65-inch)- As you may anticipate, the picture quality is phenomenal. The S95C has a 60% increase in brightness over its predecessor, reaching a peak of 1,600 nits of brightness in our tests.
- Sony Bravia XR A95K (65-inch)- Before the aforementioned Samsung S95B, Sony’s Bravia XR A95K Family officially unveiled the QD-OLED technology. The A95K Series, which comes in 55-inch & 65-inch sizes, is without a doubt the highest-performing TV money can buy making it one of the best TVs of 2023.
- LG C2 (65-inch)- We received the beloved LG C2 Evo OLED in 2022. Although not a flagship model, the LG C2 improves on some of the wonderful visual qualities and other extras that we adored about the LG C1.
- Hisense U8H (65-inch)- Another of those TV manufacturers that never fails to astound us is Hisense. Hisense produces some outstanding TVs on par with brands like TCL & Vizio, with specifications that are comparable to far more expensive options from companies like LG and Samsung, but at a price that the majority of consumers can afford.
- TCL 6-Series 4K TV (R655) (65-inch)- If you haven’t been following TCL’s rapid ascent through the TV brand ranks, its 6-Series QLED has quickly established itself as a favorite because its visual quality is remarkably comparable to that of budget-busting higher-end sets but at a price that is far more manageable.
TV testing methodology and concluding remarks
At Hiptoro, we strive to give readers insight into a product’s usability and technical performance through our product reviews. To that aim, we focus on the consumer’s experiences rather than just numbers and measurements. In the case of televisions, this entails paying close attention to all the minor details that, when considered collectively, determine whether a TV is one you’ll adore or one you can live with.
After we’ve finished testing, we look at a television’s overall performance, price point, and competition from other similarly equipped and priced TVs. As always, we appreciate the input of readers and will take suggestions, requests, and inquiries into account as we modify our testing procedures to better meet the demands of our audience.