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Black Friday season means plenty of tempting discounts on TVs of all shapes and sizes. (Well. Mostly the one shape.) We're getting an early start on rounding up some of the best TV deals already available, including Samsung, LG, and Sharp sets.
As unwieldy as the Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA's model number may be, there's something very honest about it, compared against the alternative, which is assigning it some nonsense marketing name like "The Samsung XFL Megascope" or whatever cough cough. RTings said it "has outstanding motion handling and excellent low input lag, great for gaming or fast action movies". It features a 3840x2160 4K native resolution, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG, Bixby Voice, Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility, Bluetooth, WiFi, Ethernet, Smart TV apps (including Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, more), four HDMI inputs, and two USB ports.
For a more affordable Samsung option, the UN50RU7200 has dropped by $50 since we saw it last month, and now sits at the cheapest price we've seen for this model. It features a 3840x2160 (4K) native resolution, HDR, WiFi, Smart TV apps (YouTube, Netflix, Hulu, etc.), three HDMI inputs, and 2 USB ports.
While plenty of stores are offering the LG 43UM6910PUA for roughly this price, Dell are the only ones throwing in a $25 gift card to sweeten the pot. It's a "decent entry-level 4k TV", according to RTings, so the reasonably budget-level price fits perfectly. It features a 3840x2160 (4K) native resolution, HDR10+, HLG, 4K Active HDR, webOS apps (including Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube, more), and three HDMI inputs.
The 55SM8100AUA is a larger, more recent option for the LG fans among us. It was released in April this year, and has already seen over $100 taken off its list price. It features a 3840x2160 (4K) native resolution, 4K Active HDR with support for HDR10 and HLG, webOS Smart TV (with access to Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, more), compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, two USB ports, and four HDMI inputs.
The second-largest TV in our roundup leans towards the more affordable end of the price spectrum – in fact it's at its lowest-ever price. The Sharp LC-58Q620U features a 3840x2160 (4K) native resolution, streaming video apps (including Netflix, YouTube, Google Play, Hulu, Amazon), HDR, three HDMI inputs, and one USB port.