Which technology to buy into…
User Review: Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55″ OLED TV
A comparison of two competing TV technologies: OLED and QLED
But which television should you buy?
Despite their names looking similar – OLED and QLED are not the same. But in this post, we won’t go into the technicalities (you can see our other more-technical OLED vs QLED article here) – we will try to help you with your own buying decision with this interactive guide below.
Assuming each factor has equal weighting, this is how we would select. Click away!
Our humble opinion
We think both QLED and OLED are terrific, and actually we would be happy with either.
QLED is lower cost and had more choice (at the time of writing) whereas OLED is the latest tech and promises better blacks; so it’s a tough choice. If we had the money, OLED would probably have the edge for us.
Update: Latest OLED TVs
These are some newer OLED TVs we have recently spotted. These would be our first choices as they are OLED, big! and are Ultra HD Premium Certified and under £2,500. Of course, you may not want all of these features or want to spend more; but this would be our personal preference.
Don’t forget, you can usually buy QLED TVs at a lower price point, and choose from a wider range.
PANASONIC TX-55FZ802B 55″ Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV
£1,499.00 from Currys
PANASONIC TX-55FZ952B 55″ Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV
£1,899.00 from Currys
Listings correct as of 26th November 2018