Live: The best Prime Day TV deals on OLED and QLED 4K TVs from day 2


This $999 65-inch QLED TV with next-gen mini-LED tech is mighty tempting

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The TCL 6-Series 4K TV is a juicy bargain in today’s Prime Day deals. It features next-gen mini-LED tech as well as a QLED panel for brighter images with more vibrant colors, and right now the 65-inch TCL R635 is just $999 at Amazon, down from $1,499.

Mini-LED tech is exactly what it sounds like: smaller LEDs are used in the backlight behind the pixels than in regular LED TVs. The advantage of smaller LEDs is that you can fit more of the them in, which means brighter and more even images. But it also means that when it dim sections of them to create deeper black tones, you get more precision in which areas are being dimmed, and less light bleeding from light areas to dark ones. Meanwhile, QLED color filtering tech creates wider ranges of color without impacting that brightness. The result is super-powered HDR images – which the Dolby Vision support will make the most of.

That’s great for movies and TVs, and when you throw in Variable Refresh Rate support for gaming too (supported by both the PS5 and Xbox Series X), it’s just a great deal overall. And it’s a generous size for the price.

See the TCL 65-inch 6-Series 4K TV for $999 at Amazon

Get a gaming-friendly Philips OLED TV for just £789

Philips OLED 806

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This isn’t specifically being advertised as a Prime Day deal, but I’ve got to point our UK readers towards it, because for a lot of people it might be exactly what you want. The Philips 48OLED806 is a 48-inch OLED TV that features better-than-average brightness, supremely rich colors, excellent image processing, Philips’ unique Ambilight tech, and 4K 120Hz and VRR over HDMI 2.1 for gaming. And right now, you can get the Philips 48OLED806 for £789 at Amazon – it was £999 previously.

I actually have this TV at home, in the 65-inch version (which is also an excellent price at Amazon at £1,459) and it’s such an impressive piece of kit. It supports both Dolby Vision and HDR10+, there’s Dolby Atmos, and I’m getting to enjoy all the new high-end features of the PS5. It’s basically a competitor to the LG C1 – and a very strong one, as our five-star review says – and with the C1 having sold out at its lowest prices, this looks even better as an alternative.

And don’t ignore how good Philips’ Ambilight is. This system uses a set of LEDs around all four edges of this set to shine light onto the walls that matches the colors of what’s on-screen, so it makes the TV image feel even bigger than it is. That’s perfect if the 48-inch is all you can fit or afford – it makes everything far more cinematic. It sounds gimmicky, but once you try it, regular TVs seem kinda boring.

See the Philips 48-inch OLED806 at Amazon for £789

This 43-inch Amazon Fire TV is perfect for the bedroom or office at $199

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If you want a new TV that’s not too big, but has all the key smart TV features you could need, you’ll struggle to find a better-value option than this on Prime Day. You can get the 43-inch Amazon Fire TV 4-Series for just $199 at Amazon instead of $369.

This 4K HDR TV delivers solid image quality, but with Amazon’s Fire TV smart software on board, it supports basically ever streaming service out there, from the huge names to the more niche services. It also means it’s equipped with Alexa, so it’s part of your smart home setup.

Obviously, the screen isn’t going to compete with the elite home theater TV option out there, but the picture quality is really solid for the money, and everything is so easy to set up and get started with.

See the Amazon Fire TV 4 Series 43-inch TV for $199

Get an LG OLED 4K TV for just $676. No, that’s not a joke. It’s really that cheap


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OLED TVs have been a favorite of critics for years now, but they’ve already been priced at such a premium that they were out of reach for a lot of people. That’s changed a lot in the last year, with prices falling fast.

The end result is that you can now get an LG A1 48-inch OLED TV for just $676 at Amazon, down from $1,199 at launch. The A1 is LG’s most price-focused OLED, introduced in 2021, but it’s not like you get some terrible cut-price screen tech here. The screen still delivers the super-precise colors and contrast that OLED is famed for, but it’s a 60Hz screen instead of the 120Hz screen that higher-priced TVs give you, and there are no HDMI 2.1 features for gaming.

If you’re not a gamer, this won’t be a problem – for movie lovers, you get the cinematic rich contrast that OLED is famed for. But for much, much less than you thought you’d probably have to pay.

See the LG A1 48-inch OLED TV at Amazon for $676

Upgrade your current TV with extra smarts for just £22.99

Man holding amazon fie tv stick remote while watching TV

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Look at how satisfied the man above is to be using just his voice to control his TV. No more poking around overly dense remotes to to peck the one button you need. No more wondering which is the ‘back’ button when you press the wrong thing. That could be you, that could.

You can get the Amazon Fire TV Stick 4K for £22.99 right now, instead of £49.99. Plug this add-on into your TV’s HDMI port and it delivers you a really slick interface with instant access to all the big streaming services, and pretty much all the less-big (but much-loved) ones. And you can use your voice to find what you want – in fact, since it’s powered by Alexa, you can use your voice to do all sorts of other stuff too, including triggering your smart lights. for example.

If you’ve got an older TV where the smart part is cutting it any more, but you don’t want to splash out on a whole new TV, then this affordable upgrade is what you need. It can handle video in 4K HDR, with both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ support.

A super-affordable 50-inch 4K TV from a big name – just £429

Samsung AU9000 TV review

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If you want that that 50-inch sweet spot for an even cheaper price than the Samsung QN90A below, may we introduce you to another Samsung option. The AU9000 is Samsung’s highest-end TV from 2021 that doesn’t include its more-expensive QLED tech, so it’s really geared towards balancing quality for a low price.

You can get the Samsung AU9000 50-inch for just £429 (down from £599) at Amazon.  It’s an excellent-quality TV for the price, as we said in our four-and-a-half-star review – it’s great with 4K content, offers impressively even contrast across the whole screen (which is not a given with cheaper TVs), and has good smart TV software that’s packed with useful streaming services.

It’s not as bright as more expensive options, but for the price it’s competitive in every way. If you’re not bothered about packing all the fanciest tech into your TV and want great value for money, this nails it.

Get a Samsung Neo QLED 50-inch TV for an incredibly low price

Samsung QN90A Neo QLED TV

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I’ll be honest – I nearly bought this TV despite owning a new OLED one from only a year ago.

A QLED Samsung for under £600? That’s a deal and a half – sure, it’s not the perfect set (there’s no Dolby Vision support, but that won’t matter to a lot of people) and th picture quality for this price is brilliant.

Our review sells it better than I can: “this TV is thinner, brighter and bolder than previous high-end LCD TVs, offering a high peak brightness and fantastic contrast”.

Two TVs on a red background with a sign saying Prime Day deals

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OK – you know the drill. It’s day two of Prime Day and we’ve got a lot of popular TVs to tell you about.

I was about to say we should just get right to it, but that seems rude. How are you? Did you have a good sleep? Ah, that’s nice. Good Zzz’s are really important to both mental and physical health.

Now that’s done, let’s get into talking about how you can save loads on a big ol’ TV.

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