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TV Buying Guide: Here Are the Best TVs to Buy in 2020

It’s 2020, and you can watch TV on your laptop, phone, and even your watch. We’re living in the future. Despite the recent technological advancements, a good amount of people still want to watch television on good-old TV sets. Last year, more than 214 million TV sets were sold around the globe. Even though the TV now has a lot of competition, it seems like it’s still the main source of visual entertainment in modern households. It’s no wonder that there are more TV brands out there than ever. While having more TV brands to choose from isn’t a bad thing, it might leave you confused when you’re buying a set. That’s why we’re going to look at some of the best TV sets on the market today. To make things even easier, we’ve picked the best TVs in different categories.

Best Smart TV: Xiaomi Redmi Smart TV

The smart TV market has been dominated by Honor and OnePlus for years. However, Xiaomi’s sub-brand Redmi is giving the popular models a run for their money. This 70-inch TV is powered by a 2-gigabyte, six-generation processor. It comes with 16 gigabytes of storage space and Xiaomi’s AI assistant, XiaoAI. The TV is perfect for console gaming, and the sleek design fits any modern living room. The only downside is the speakers, which could’ve been a bit louder.

Best Ultra Slim TV: Xiaomi Millet TV 4

Speaking of design, here we have the best ultra-slim TV. One of the most appealing aspects of this Xiaomi model is its price. With a $500-dollar price tag, it gives you a bang for your buck. The TV comes with all of the functions of a regular smart TV, plus the 47-inch screen can display 3D images. The processing power is reasonably strong as well; it runs on a 1.7GHz, quad-core chip, and it’s backed up by 2 gigabytes of DDR3 RAM.

Best 4K TV: Xiaomi Millet TV 4S

Next up, with the upgrade to the previous model on the list. The Miller TV 4S is a slightly bigger set, with more functions and better picture quality. Needless to say, it’s also more expensive, however, if you’re looking for an enhanced version of Xiaomi Millet, you’ve come to the right place. The 55-inch HD display has direct-type backlighting. That means that the screen is visible at a 180-degree angle. The deep-learning AI bot is there to curate the content and help you discover new channels, movies, and shows.

Best 8K TV: Samsung Q900 8K

Even though there’s still not a whole lot of 8K content out there, more and more of it is being produced every day. The Q9000 should be your top choice if you want to see the new high-resolution format in all of its glory. Not only does Q9000 play 8K content, but it can also upscale low-res content and make it look crisper. Just a warning: the standard, 75-inch model weighs around 95 pounds. So if you want to place the TV on a stand, make sure it can handle it.

Bonus: Xiaomi Mijia Mini Projector

In the last spot, we have something a bit different. This Xiaomi film projector is a neat gadget for people who like to watch movies on the go. It weighs less than 3 pounds and measures only 6 inches in height. The projector supports 1080p, HD videos, and can project from a 40-inch to a 200-inch screen. Last but not least, the lamp life is around 30,000 hours, which means the projector will probably work for years.? We hope you found our list helpful. If you have anything to add, feel free to leave a comment in the comment section below.