Sony OLED TVs are cheaper than Best Buy’s anti-prime day sale

Sony announced these sets earlier this year and even though they are still on the expensive side in this sale, you get the point of OLED TVs. Display nerds know that OLED is the way to go if you care about the highest color quality and possible blacks. Sony adds a bit more to its high-end sets, however, including X-Motion Clarity technology, which can reduce blur and improve the picture quality of fast-moving images. Another useful feature is ambient optimization, which shows good aspects of picture and sound to suit your viewing location.

They are also Android TVs, so they are built in Google Cast and you can control them with voice commands through Google Assistant as well as Amazon’s Alexa. Although these TVs support HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision, they unfortunately do not have HDMI 2.1 technology, so you won’t get the latest Freescue / G-Sync capabilities that other gaming-friendly TVs do.

If you’re set on your next TV with those extra gaming capabilities, LG’s massive 77-inch Class GX Series OLED Smart TV is off at $ 900, with a final price of $ 4,299.99. On the other side of the price spectrum, some of Samsung’s 4K smart TVs are also on sale at Best Buy. You can get an 85-inch Class Q60T Smart TV for $ 8599.99 and a 58-inch model for $ 697.99.

Best Buy 77-Inch LG GX – Buy $ 4,299 Best Buy 85-Inch Samsung Q60T – Buy Best Buy 58-Inch Samsung Q60T For $ 1,997 – $ 697

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