Large OLED and 8K TVs at best prices on Black Friday.

On Black Friday, there are tempting bargains in the electronics sector. Among the most popular purchases are TVs. Especially the TVs from 55 inches are considered the minimum size in many German living rooms.

The search for a suitable device is usually difficult in the confusing jungle of offers. Often it is not only unclear whether the TV is technically good, but also whether the price is really cheap. atechbook takes over the search for a worthwhile TV offer for Black Friday for you. We pick out the best TV bargains for you in each case.

The best TV deals for Black Friday week.

The days when a good TV had to cost 2000 euros are long gone. Meanwhile, there are already devices for a few hundred euros on which you can not only watch TV properly, but also use all the important smart functions. It is quite clear that expensive OLED TVs can of course deliver an even better picture. However, the question every user has to ask is: Do I really need the best possible picture or is a good to very good one enough for me? If you are not an absolute cineaste or plan to get the last percent of performance out of your upcoming next-gen console, you are usually better off with an inexpensive TV.

The devices selected here bring everything that is usually expected from a TV at the moment. Besides the ultra-sharp 4K UHD resolution, they are also equipped with smart features without exception. Netflix, Amazon Prime, Sky and other streaming services can therefore be watched directly via the device.

LG OLED A19LA for 879 euros 777 euros (-12%)

TVs with OLED displays are among the best you can currently buy. Normally, they are also correspondingly expensive. But for Black Friday week, Media Markt and Saturn are offering the LG OLED A19LA for less than 800 euros – the 55-inch TV has never been cheaper! Technically, it is currently equipped. It has a 4K panel with Dolby Vision IQ and HDR10, a triple tuner, LG’s AI ThinQ, FreeSync, G-sync and Art Gallery, and can be controlled by voice via Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. The LG OLED becomes smart A19LA thanks to WebOS with a correspondingly large number of apps. It also supports AirPlay 2. Connections include three HDMI ports, a CI+ slot, two USB ports as well as LAN, WLAN and Bluetooth.

At Media Markt and Saturn, the TV is available for a low price of 777 Euros on Black Friday. An OLED TV can hardly be bought cheaper at the moment. The cheapest comparison price is about 100 Euros more.

LG NANO 999NA for 1999.99 euros 1499,99 Euro (-25)

If you want the hottest TV currently available on the market, you will find it at Media Markt on Black Friday. The retailer is selling the LG NANO 999NA 8K TV with a 65-inch LCD screen for 1499.99 euros. Compared to the next cheapest price, buyers thus save a whopping 25 percent or 500 euros. The 8K resolution makes the TV so special, as it is just starting to enter living rooms. In addition, the device offers LG’s familiar Web OS system, for which there are many apps, four HDMI and three USB ports as well as Bluetooth support. Sound is output via 4.2 speakers with 60 watts and supported by Dolby Atmos. Gamers will be pleased with the 100 Hz panel, which also supports technologies like Dolby Vision, HDR10, Full Array Dimming and TruMotion. USB recording (PVR ready), a timer function and time-shifted TV (Time Shift) are supported by the L G NANO 999NA also supports.

Philips OLED855/12 for 1449.99 euros 1099 euros (-27%)

The Philips TV is available at the best price during the current Black Friday week. It is one of the best OLED TVs that Philips has launched on the market. Philips relies on the so-called “Ambilight” in its TVs, a room lighting developed by the manufacturer itself, which casts colors of the TV picture on the wall behind and to the side. During a soccer match, this then glows green, for example. A nice effect that literally sucks you into the TV picture. It can also be turned off if desired. Technically, the Philips OLED855/12 also has a lot to offer. This includes a 4K OLED screen with HDR10+ and Dolby Vision, a triple tuner and Android TV with a correspondingly large number of apps. The TV also has four HDMI ports and voice control via Alexa or Google Assistant. The very good picture quality was especially praised in the tests. Sharpness, viewing angles and contrasts were convincing.

Instead of 1500 Euros, the Philips OLED855/12 in the 55-inch size is currently available for 1099 Euros. That is a discount of 27%. It is available at this price at Media Markt and Saturn.

The TV is also on offer for those who want it bigger. The version with a 65-inch display diagonal is currently available for 1499 euros. Normally, this model costs about 1949 euros.

LG OLED CX9LA for 1169 euros 999 euros (-15%)

A TV with 55 inches, OLED display, many apps and also at a good price? Here you go, that’s the LG OLED. CX9LA. It is available for today’s Black Friday at the absolute best price of 999 euros at Media Markt and Saturn. The TV is rated with a very good score of 1.4 and is pretty to look at with its narrow edges and compact stand. It also has some technical highlights to offer. These include not only the app-compatible Web OS, but also display technologies like HDR 10, Dolby Vision, OLED Montion Pro, Pixel Dimming, 4K AI Upscaling and HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro, which ensure an overall very clear, natural and yet colorful picture. The LG OLED The CX9LA has four HDMI ports, three USB ports, supports Wi-Fi, Miracast and Bluetooth, and is very connectivity-friendly.

If you order the TV from Media Markt or Saturn on Black Friday, it will be shipped to your home free of charge. Normally, the device costs at least 170 Euros more.

Philips Ambilight PUS 7906/12 for 619 euros 499 euros (-7%)

This Philips TV also has the Ambilight backlight. Unlike the upper model, however, buyers get a TV with an LED panel here. In return, however, the price is also very reasonable. The 4K display from Philips can reproduce both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision and delivers a good picture in bright surroundings. Content is transmitted to the TV via a triple tuner or the Internet (Wi-Fi and Ethernet). Philips uses Google’s Android TV, which guarantees users a variety of apps. The remote control is not only equipped with dedicated buttons for Netflix, Amazon video and YouTube, but also has a microphone for voice control. The Philips PUS 7906 comes with four HDMI inputs, Bluetooth, an analog input – e.g. for older game consoles – and USB ports including a USB recording function. The manufacturer has improved the sound compared to previous generations – it now sounds more natural, but still lacks some spatial depth. However, this shortcoming can be compensated with a soundbar.

Media Markt and Saturn sell the 55-inch TV for 499 Euros. That is currently the best price. However, interested buyers can also get the TV in a smaller size on request. The 43-inch version is available for a slightly cheaper 444 euros.

Samsung Neo QN90A for 1053 euros 934.99 euros (-11%)

Samsung often relies on QLED technology for its TVs. It offers many advantages of OLED panels, including a high contrast ratio and rich colors. The Samsung QN90A Neo also comes with a QLED display. The TV is a very up-to-date model fromOctober 2021 and therefore offers modern features. 4K, triple tuner, Tizen OS, Bluetooth and four HDMI ports are among the features. The QN90A Neo additionally allows voice control via Google Assistant, Bixby or Alexa, supports Miracast and HDR10+, though.

If you are interested in the Samsung QN90A Neo mit 43-Zoll-Panel entscheidet, bekommt den Fernseher bei Amazon zum aktuell besten Preis von 934,99 Euro. Bei Media Markt und Saturn kostet das Gerät je 999,99 Euro. Das nächst günstige Angebot in anderen Shops liegt bei 1053 euros inklusive Versandkosten – also bei etwa 11 Prozent mehr.

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What are the differences between TVs

The price range of different TVs is partly enormous. For example, new TVs are already available for a few hundred euros. These already have all the necessary smart functions, look very chic on the outside and come from well-known manufacturers. So why do other models often cost many times more than the cheapest models?

The answer is clear: size is not everything. Rather, the installed hardware is responsible for the difference. More expensive components like panels for OLED or QLED TVs are superior to most conventional LED TVs in picture quality. However, that does not mean that they simply have a higher resolution. After all, 4K Ultra HD resolution is now the standard for almost all models on offer. Rather, the more advanced and expensive technology often deliver a better picture in terms of colors and smooth display.