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January is a great month to improve your image with a 4K TV. I
f your current TV is looking a little bleary, and the promise of pin-sharp 4K from BBC iPlayer and streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video and Disney+ too tempting to resist, it’s time to take advantage of those January flatscreen bargains.
We’ve taken a good look at what’s on offer, and here’s our pick of this week’s sharpest 4K UHD TV deals…
Best JVC 4K TV deal
Exclusive to Currys and currently with £150 off, this JVC 4k HDR model has Amazon’s Fire TV platform built-in, which means there’s a phenomenal number of streaming and catch-up TV apps on tap, including Netflix, Prime Video, Disney+, BBC iPlayer and ITV Hub.
Buy it: JVC LT-65CF890 Fire TV Edition 65 inch | £449 (was £599.99) from Currys
Buy it: JVC LT-43CF890 Fire TV Edition 43 inch | £279 (was £379.99) from Currys
It also comes with an Alexa voice remote control, which makes searching for your favourite shows a whole lot easier. If 65-inches is too large for your living room, the same set in 43-inch guise is currently £279, which represents a £100 saving.
Best TCL 4K TV deal
For sheer big screen value, get a load of this well-specified 4K HDR telly from TCL. The 50-inch P615K is currently going for £299 on Amazon, representing a £100 saving. The set is built around the Android smart TV platform, and has a Freeview Play tuner, so that’s all your streaming and box set binging bases covered.
The TV also works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, which should make ordering the popcorn in easier.
Buy it: TCL 50P615K 4K Ultra HD 50 inch | £299 (was £399) from Amazon
Best Panasonic 4K TV deal
Panasonic 4L TVs are famed for their cinematic image quality, and if 43-inches is your screen size sweet spot, this model is bang-on for bijou blockbuster movie nights.
Buy it: Panasonic TX-43HX580B (2020) LED HDR 4K 43 inch | £399 from John Lewis
The TX-43HX580 supports multiple HDR formats, all the better for Netflix and Prime Video, while Freeview Play guarantees all the main catch-up TV services, and gratis box-sets, are available. What’s more, John Lewis members can currently get £70 off its £399 list price.
Best Samsung 4K TV deal
Combining Samsung’s trademark picture vibrancy with a well-equipped smart TV platform and minimalist design, this Crystal UHD set is a great all-rounder.
Contrast Enhancing technology is on hand to lift 4K HDR pictures, and it’s good for gamers too, with an Auto Low Latency mode that switches to a low input lag setting when you power up your console.
Buy it: Samsung UE65AU7100 (2021) HDR 4K 65 inch | £579 from John Lewis
All the key catch-up TV apps are here, plus Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Disney+, Apple TV, NOW TV and BT Sport streaming services. The set also has Samsung TVPlus, a selection of additional free-to-watch channels. It also works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and Samsung’s own Bixby voice assistants.
Significantly, the TV also boasts Q-Symphony LITE, which synchronises with a compatible soundbar, to give a bigger, more impressive wall of sound. Buy a compatible Samsung soundbar with this set, and John Lewis is offering £300 off the package price.
Best Philips 4K TV deal
When it comes to pure picture quality, OLED TVs are hard to beat. Capable of perfect black levels, striking contrast and vibrant hues, they’re more often than not the preferred displays for home cinema enthusiasts. Add Philips proprietary Ambilight lounge lighting technology, and the result is a very special viewing experience indeed.
Buy it: Philips 48OLED806/12 Smart 4K 48 inch | £998 (was £1299) from Currys
This smart-looking 48-inch Philips OLED currently has £300 off, and can be taken home for £998 at Currys. It uses the Android smart TV platform, so all your favourite streamers are present, and there’s Freeview Play for catch-up TV services. It also works with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
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