If you’re looking for the best affordable 4K Ultra HD Smart LED 2018 TV then you’ve come to the right place. Every year, manufacturer releases newer TV models. These models tends to be better than their last year counterpart or their predecessors. However, not everyone is fortunate enough to buy the best 4K TVs out there. So with that in mind, we listed the best affordable 4K Ultra HD Smart LED 2018 that your money can buy.
All of the best, affordable, and cheapest 4K TV that are 2018 models are listed down here. So before you decide to buy a brand new 4K TV or is still planning to buy one, better read this guide first.
Best Affordable 4K Ultra HD Smart LED 2018 | Cheap 2018 Models
Sony BRAVIA KD43XF8096 43-Inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD TV
- Excellent Picture Quality.
- Minimalist Design.
- Triluminos Colour Vibrancy.
- 50Hz Panel.
- Blotchy Blacks.
Sony Bravia XF80 is a very seducing TV for its value and price. At £495.73, you get a 4K TV with an Android ecosystem that’s widely used around the world. You also get Sony’s Live Colour™ Technology, TRILUMINOS™ Display, 4K X-Reality™ PRO, and Motionflow™ XR 400Hz. Furthermore, it’s a feature-rich TV. The best thing about this TV is that support for HDR10 and HLG as well as having the latest Android system as of this writing.
- More colour, contrast and clarity: Our powerful X1 processor uses advanced algorithms to cut noise and enhance the picture whilst our 4K X-Reality Pro uses a unique database to upscale images even closer to 4K resolution**quality of upscaled picture will vary depending on the input source
- Vivid, real world colour: By widening the colour spectrum, our TRILUMINOS Display reproduces more colours than a conventional television
- With Dolby Vision, the KD-55XH81 provides a cinematic experience with stunning colours and excellent contrast. While Dolby Audio provides an immersive audio experience.
- Beautifully designed: With its narrow bezel, a premium metal blade stand and the new premium aluminium remote, this flat screen 65 inch TV is luxurious and looks refined in any environment
LG 43UK6500PLA 43-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV
50-Inch Variant: £313.91
- IPS 4K Display.
- 4K Active HDR.
- ThinQ AI.
- No Local Dimming.
- No Nano Cell Technology.
The LG 43UK6500PLA 43-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV is an entry-level 4K TV from the brand. It’s not the lowest end or the cheapest one but it belongs to the entry-level category. Priced at £313.91 for the 43 inch size which is the smallest variant, you get an IPS 4K display panel that’s capable of producing fully rich colours. It runs on the brands latest LG webOS and it also features the brands latest offering from their TVs, the LG ThinQ AI.
- Resolution: 3840 x 2160
- Field Refresh Rate (Hz): 100
- WebOS Smart TV
- VESA size: 200 x 200
LG 43UK6300PLB 43-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV
55-Inch Variant: £399.00
- Latest LG EcoSystem | LG ThinQ AI | Google Assistant | LG webOS 4.0
- Multiple HDR Platform | HDR10 | HLG | Active HDR
- Affordable 4K HDR Smart TV
- Outstanding Input Lag
- Poor Contrat Ratio
- Black Uniformity
- 60Hz Panel
The LG UK6300 4K Ultra HD TV offers an average picture quality but it’s the best one so far for its price range. The only issue we have with it is the low contrast ratio and the poor black uniformity. The black tends to look more grey rather than actually black but that’s an expected issue given that we can only achieve such feat with OLED. Although the issue can be ignored or less problematic when setting it in a bright room.
- IPS 4K display; the latest ultra HD innovation is built into a distinct IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle
- ThinQ AI; an intelligent television that brings convenience to your home: ThinQ AI TV can listen, think and give answers to your questions
- 4K active HDR; this HDR technology can adapt to a variety of HDR formats and provides scene by scene image mastering, delivering pinpoint picture reproduction: Active HDR is better HDR
- Stand dimensions (width x depth) - 848 x 216 mm and vesa dimensions - 200 x 200 mm
- True colour accuracy; allows viewers to see vivid, rich and life-like colour on TV screens