LG or Samsung: which TV brand should you buy? Here is Everything You Need To Know
LG and Samsung are two of the leading TV brands in the market. This is largely due to the fact that the two companies make televisions aimed at a range of price points, from 32-inch devices for £ 300 to the high-spec 75in that will set you back several thousand pounds.
Both companies are also big leaders in innovative TV technology, with lots of the best features on the market from LG and Samsung’s R&D labs. This is where manufacturers differ – in the technologies they use in their TVs. And there is much debate about which is better.
While LG has made its way with its amazing OLED TV series, Samsung has stuck with its guns and focused on its own form of image enhancement: QLED. Likewise, each brand uses a different smart platform, each with its strengths and weaknesses.
LG or Samsung; which TV brand should you buy?
This is a difficult question to answer because every TV buyer has a completely different set of priorities. But we will do our best to give you an answer.
In terms of absolute proportions, LG comes out as a better brand. As we said, their OLED TVs are among the best commercially available – moreover, the webOS smart platform has a stronger reputation. As a total manager, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a TV that can beat the flagship line of the awesome CX OLED.
But here’s the thing about TVs: flagship TVs and cutting-edge technology are all good and good – but not everyone needs the latest technology. There is still some price range among LG’s OLED TVs – but with QLED kits starting at just over £ 500, we think Samsung is the brand with the best value for money.
Disclaimer: With the latest developments in both OLED and QLED TVs en route, we are pretty confident that entry-level prices for both will start to decline, and both will become more realistic options for the average spender.