While the FIFA World Cup is still a few months away, now might be the perfect time to purchase a new TV for the occasion – especially now TV prices are starting to drop as new QD-OLED technology is arriving.
Let’s be honest, there’s nothing worse than watching a high-quality game of football on a low-quality display, it simply doesn’t do it justice. And with the current pandemic still causing havoc, more people will likely be staying home and watching this year’s World Cup instead of venturing out.
Unfortunately, if you aren’t that tech-savvy, you may find it difficult choosing the best TV for the World Cup. There are also a bunch of factors to take into consideration when purchasing the perfect TV for sports, as they usually display fast-moving images that can fall victim to smear and blur. Luckily, we’ve got a tonne of experience when it comes to testing and reviewing displays, having reviewed over 100 TVs and monitors over the years.
In this guide, we’ll be handpicking the best TVs for the World Cup in 2022. We’ll also be discussing some of the key specifications to look out for if you want a smooth, artifact-free visual experience.
Sony Bravia Master XR A95K
LG G2 OLED Series
Samsung Neo QLED QN90A