Best 4K HDR TVs for Apple TV 4K iMore 2020

If you have an Apple TV 4K, you want to get the most out of it. That doesn't just mean you want a TV that supports 4K resolution, but you're going to want a display that supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Dolby Vision. Great image quality doesn't just come from resolution alone, but also how well the display handles the colors displayed on the screen. We'll run through a few TVs that support 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision so that you can get the most out of your Apple TV 4K.

Best overall: Samsung QN55Q60 QLED 4K TV

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Samsung makes some of the best display panels, and the same goes for the TV lineup. The QN55Q60 4K TV not only sports 4K HDR capabilities but also supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant voice support (Unfortunately, no HomeKIt). There is even a built-in Bixby voice along with SmartThings to connect to your existing smart home setup.

Great budget TV: VIZIO V-Series

Getting support for Google Assistant is all fine and dandy, but the VIZIO V-Series steps it up a notch with a built-in Chromecast, which means you can use your phone or other devices and cast it to your new VIZIO TV with ease. 4K Ultra HD is onboard, along with Dolby Vision HDR, for improved video playback.

Roku onboard: TCL QLED 4K Roku TV

If you're big into streaming content, the TCL QLED 4K Roku TV is great as it has a built-in Roku for your smart TV needs. Roku will run a ton of streaming services right from your TV, even Disney+. Not only does it support 4k and HDR, but it also has a lot of ports including, three HDMI ports (one of which is HDMI ARC), a USB-A port, a headphone jack, an Optical Audio Out, and an Ethernet port.

Bells and whistles: Samsung Q90 QLED Smart TV

If money is no object, then you should look no further than the Samsung Q90 QLED Smart TV. Although you won't get a built-in Chromecast or Roku, there are still plenty of smarts with the help of Google, Alexa, and Samsung's SmartThings smart home technology. With HDR10+, you are getting the best video playback quality possible, and Samsung aimed to improve viewing angles making it, so there isn't a bad seat in the house.

Nanocell greatness: LG Nano 8 Series TV

LG's Nano 8 Series of televisions is a bit different with its built-in Intelligent Processor, which helps to power all of the AI features such as smart home assistants. Plus, the processor helps with the picture quality, as it will help to tune your TV to match the content you are watching and provide a better viewing experience than similar options.

The purest blacks: LG CX Series OLED 4K TV

The HDR and LG's Perfect Blacks technology, which turns off individual pixels that are supposed to be black, thereby making them even darker, to make 4K content pop visually. This TV also comes with four HDMI outputs, two USB, and an Ethernet port, and its 120hz refresh rate will keep the picture smooth no matter what.

Enjoy the amazing picture

There are so many different televisions available on the market. It can be challenging to find one that has just about everything you could want. Dolby Vision, especially, support can be a bit difficult to track down when it comes to TV sets, as only a few manufacturers support the technology in their ranges. What Dolby Vision offers is enhanced visual experiences thanks to a more colorful and brighter picture.

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With the Samsung QN55Q60, those concerns can be put to rest. This television offers a QLED 4K panel with HDR10+ for an even better HDR experience than similar products. Samsung also packed plenty of smart home functionality with support for Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, Bixby Voice, and Samsung SmartThings.

For those who want all the bells and whistles, and money is no object, look no further than the Samsung Q90 QLED Smart TV. This television offers enhanced viewing angles, Samsung's Quantum Dots technology for a better viewing experience, and an ultra-slim design that will fit in with any room decor.

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