The best TV deals in June 2022

Your guide to this week’s best TV deals with all the top sales on a range of cheap TVs from Amazon. Our 2022 TV deals guide includes record-low prices from top brands, so whether you’re looking for a massive 4K TV or a budget smart set – our TV deals guide has you covered.

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Amazon Fire TV 75-inch Omni Series 4K UHD Smart TV: $1,099.99 $749.99 at Amazon

Save $350 - Amazon's latest TV deals include the 2021 75-inch Fire TV on sale for $749.99 - the lowest price we've ever seen. The 4K smart TV includes the Fire OS for easy streaming, plus Dolby Vision, HDR 10, and Amazon Alexa built-in for hands-free control.

Samsung 60-inch Q60A Series QLED 4K Smart TV: $999.99 $747.99 at Amazon

Save $252 - Amazon has Samsung's 60-inch QLED TV that's on sale for only $747.99 - $50 less than last week's price. The Samsung set delivers a premium picture experience thanks to the Quantum Dot technology, producing over a billion brilliant color shades. You're also getting smart capabilities, a sleek, slim design, and Amazon Alexa built-in for hands-free control.

Toshiba 65-inch M550 Series 4K UHD Smart Fire TV (2021): $999.99 $499.99 at Amazon

Save $500 - This 65-inch 4K Fire TV from Toshiba is on sale for a record-low price of $499.99 when you apply the massive $500 coupon at Amazon. The 2021 display comes with Dolby Vision HDR and HDR10+, DTS Virtual: X, the Fire OS, and hands-free control with Amazon Alexa.

Insignia 24-inch F20 Series HD Smart Fire TV (2020): $169.99 $99.99 at Amazon

Save $70 - This week's cheapest TV deal is the best-selling Insignia 24-inch HD TV on sale for just $99.99 at Amazon. A great option for an extra bedroom or if you're working with a small space, the HD TV includes the Fire operating system for easy streaming and Amazon Alexa for hands-free control.

Amazon 65-inch Omni Fire TV: $829.99 $499.99 at Amazon

Save $330 - This week's cheapest TV deal is the best-selling Insignia 24-inch HD TV on sale for just $499.99 at Amazon. With Amazon's growing selection of smart devices and streaming sticks, it was only a matter of time before it started manufacturing its own smart TVs. The Omni series is the more advanced of the two Amazon models and features a microphone built directly into the TV along with Alexa compatibility for hands-free control. With standard LEDs and direct lit backlighting, it doesn't have the sharpest resolution featured on this list, but the convenience of voice control will be difficult to match in this price range.

32-Inch Samsung Class Frame QLED Series Full HD Smart Tizen TV: $527.99 $497.99 at Amazon

Save $30 - This Samsung TV can transform into a piece of wall art. It has an Art Mode that can be activated to display artwork, so it's not just a block of black when not in use.

TCL 40-inch 1080p Smart LED Roku TV: $349.99 $219.99 at Amazon

Save $130 - This week's cheapest TV deal is the best-selling TCL 40-inch 1080p Smart LED Roku TV on sale for just $230 at Amazon. Works with Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant to help you find movie titles, launch or change channels, and even switch inputs, using just your voice. Also available through the Roku mobile app.

75-Inch Sony Bravia X90J 4K LED TV with Alexa: $1,899.99 $1,497.40 at Amazon

Save $402.59 - Big, bold, and beautiful, this TV has full array LED for boosted contrast to make your movies look even better. Plus, it has smart features like Amazon Alexa.

55-inch Samsung QLED Q70A 4K TV: $1,099.99 $897.99 at Amazon

Save $202 - With Samsung's AI-powered processing, you can enjoy upscaled content so everything you watch can look as good as possible. Plus there's support for Alexa so you can control your TV using your voice.

How to choose a TV

Pretty much all of the big TV brands — Samsung, LG, Sony, TCL, Toshiba, Hisense, and Vizio, among others — can be found on Amazon, so you’ve got a lot of options to choose from when shopping for Amazon TV deals. Before you jump in, though, it’s a good idea to decide on a budget and familiarize yourself with today’s smart TV market, which will help you to find the right set for your needs as well as make it easier for you to get the most bang for your buck. The first thing you should do is figure out what size TV is best for the room you plan to put it in. Then, it’s time to start looking at different panel types and resolutions.

Ultra HD, more commonly known as 4K (referring to its horizontal pixel resolution), is the industry standard now, although newer 8K televisions have also started hitting the market lately. These 8K panels offer 4x the resolution of 4K, just as Ultra HD boasts 4x the resolution as 1080p. However, 8K TVs are still pretty cutting-edge, and as of 2021, they’re incredibly expensive. That’s not to say you shouldn’t buy one — but our advice is to wait a while for prices to come down.

If you want an upgrade over standard 4K UHD, then you might instead want to consider looking for QLED and OLED televisions among these Amazon TV sales. These are more advanced LED technologies that enhance (or replace, in the case of OLED) traditional backlighting. Typically, LED panels — be it a flat-screen TV or computer display — are illuminated from the back and sides by “backlights” placed inside the television frame. This design is simple and effective but sometimes inefficient. You can see distracting light bleed and artifacting during darker scenes, and black will often look more like dark gray because the screen is lit up as long as the TV is on.

QLED (quantum-dot light-emitting diode) and OLED (organic LED) attack these problems in unique ways. QLED panels feature tiny nanoparticles that capture light, amplifying it to produce greater contrast and more vibrant colors than standard LED displays. They can’t fully recreate true black contrast, however, but OLED does. In lieu of traditional backlighting, OLED screens utilize individual particles that light up independent of one another, allowing parts of the panel to be completely unlit even when the TV is on. This makes OLED TVs capable of recreating truly dark colors (such as during nighttime or space scenes) without the washing-out and artifacting you often see with standard LED displays.

As you might expect, these technologies come at a premium. QLED TVs are more expensive than LED TVs, and OLED TVs are the most expensive of the three. Prices have come down a bit in recent years, though, and you can even find some sub-$1,000 QLED televisions among these Amazon TV deals nowadays. For an OLED television, you can still expect to pay four figures. You’ll have to decide for yourself whether or not the juice is worth the squeeze.

That said, there’s nothing wrong with good old LED TVs, and these provide a lot of value if you’re not the type who needs (or wants to pay for) the latest bells and whistles. Brand-name 4K LED TVs from trusted makers will still deliver great picture quality and viewing enjoyment for streaming and gaming even if they don’t offer the most refined dynamic contrast and the absolute best color accuracy. For most people, particularly those on a budget, these more common 4K LED sets will do just fine, with the added benefit of being considerably cheaper than their QLED, OLED, and 8K counterparts.

We’ve so far assumed that you’re looking for a 4K TV, but if you’re specifically in the market for something on the smaller side, there are still 720p HD and 1080p full HD sets on the market, and you’ll definitely see those when shopping through any Amazon TV sales. For anything over 40 inches, we strongly recommend sticking with 4K, but full HD is viable for a screen that’s in the 30- to 40-inch bracket (720p is a little long in the tooth in 2021).

Finally, don’t get too hung up on what pre-loaded software your smart TV comes with, whether it’s Roku, Android, Samsung Tizen, LG WebOS, Fire, or something else. All of these can run the most popular streaming apps and services, so you won’t get locked out of your content libraries. Only let this guide your search for Amazon TV deals if you already have a smart streaming software ecosystem you really like and want to stick with. content source: digitaltrends.com

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