The TV is an essential device for those who want to exploit the potential of current consoles such as the PS5 and Xbox Series X, but it can also provide a good experience with the last generation of video games. Companies like LG, Samsung, TCL, Philco and Philips offer 4K models starting at R$2,349, like the Philco PTV50G70R2CBBL, which has a 50-inch LED screen and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
The Samsung 55Q80A is a 55-inch model, has four HDMI inputs, and is available for around R$4,132. Another option is the LG OLED65C1, which has G-Sync and FreeSync technology, a 65-inch OLED screen, and you can get it for around R$7,968. Check out six TVs aimed at the gaming audience that will be available for purchase in Brazil in 2022.
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Check out six TVs for the gaming audience below — Photo: Disclosure/LG
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The Philco PTV50G70R2CBBL is the more affordable model on this list and can cater to the gaming audience. According to the manufacturer, the model has a 50-inch LED screen, aspect ratio 16:9, 4K resolution 3840 x 2160 pixels, 60 Hz refresh rate, in addition to PAL-M, PAL-N and NTSC color systems. The TV is available from R$2349.
Another feature present in the device is that it has connectivity options for network cables, USB and HDMI, in addition to wireless connectivity via Wi-Fi. The TV also comes with apps from streaming services like Netflix and Disney+ to watch movies and series between games. The product is rated 5 out of 5 stars on Amazon’s website, and buyers highlight the TV’s beauty and compatibility with the Alexa virtual assistant.
- Positive: cost benefit
- Cons: Despite the 4K resolution, the model lacks some specific features for games, such as G-Sync and FreeSync.
The Philco PTV50G70R2CBBL brings a 60 Hz refresh rate — Photo: Disclosure / Philco
The LG 50UQ8050 is a model that can cater to gamers who want to test game streaming technology, as this device comes with the GeForce Now app from Nvidia, which allows access to cloud gaming without the need for a next-generation console. The price of this TV starts from R$ 2599.
According to the manufacturer, the TV has a 50-inch LED screen, 16:9 aspect ratio and 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The model also has three HDMI 3.0 outputs, two USB ports, RF input for antennas, as well as connecting to the Internet via cables or Wi-Fi.
- Positive: Nvidia’s GeForce Now app is included, which lets you access games via streaming
- Cons: The cloud gaming option may not be available to everyone, as the technology requires high internet speeds
The LG 50UQ8050 comes with the GeForce Now app from Nvidia, which lets you play games via cloud technology — Photo: Disclosure / LG
The Philips 55PUG7906/78 is another choice that might appeal to the gaming audience. According to the manufacturer, the product has a 4K screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, a refresh rate of 60 Hz, an aspect ratio of 16:9 and high dynamic range (HDR) technology, which promises sharper images. The device is available from R$ 2999.
The technical specifications highlight that the TV also has four HDMI inputs, two USB ports, a headphone output and can be connected to the Internet via cable or Wi-Fi. Buyers rated the product 4.7 out of 5 stars on Amazon, highlighting the features and image quality provided by the Android system.
- Positive: It has four HDMI inputs that allow you to connect multiple devices
- Cons: high price
Philips 55PUG7906/78 features High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology — Photo: Disclosure / Philips
The Samsung 55Q80A is another 4K TV option that can take advantage of the features of modern consoles, as the device has a game mode with FreeSync technology, which aims to correct image problems in games. According to the brand, the model also has a 55-inch QLED screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a frequency of 120 Hz. The TV can be seen with prices starting from R$ 4132.
In addition, the TV is equipped with four HDMI outputs, two USB connections, one composite video (AV), one component video and one RCA input. The device also has Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connections. The product is rated 4.9 out of 5 stars on Amazon, and users appreciate the convenience of the remote control, the smooth operation of the game mode, and the quality of the picture and sound. However, some claim that 120Hz is not achievable on the PS5.
- Positive: A game mode that promises to get the most out of modern consoles
- Cons: Some complain that the TV does not reach 120Hz when it is connected to the PS5
The QLED 55Q80A is a model with 4K resolution and image enhancement features — Photo: Handout/Samsung
The TCL C715 could be another option for those who want to bring out the potential of modern consoles. As per the specifications, the thing has a 55-inch QLED screen, 16:9 aspect ratio and 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The model has three HDMI inputs for connecting video games or Blu-Ray devices, as well as two USB ports for external hard drives and other devices. The TV is available for around R$4,809.
The TV also allows voice control via Google Assistant, and the Android operating system promises quick access to various apps like Netflix and YouTube. The model is rated 4.2 out of 5 stars on Amazon, and buyers highlight the design and image quality. However, some say that the TV breaks quite often.
- Positive: An Android system that promises practicality in application management
- Cons: Some buyers claim that it breaks frequently
The C715 is TCL’s new 4K QLED TV in Brazil; Prices start at R$3,999 — Photo: Disclosure/TCL
The LG OLED65C1 is another choice aimed at the gaming audience. According to the manufacturer’s specifications, this product has G-Sync and FreeSync technologies that promise to help capture game images. This model has a 65-inch OLED screen with a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a frequency of 120 Hz. Interested customers must pay BRL 7968 to purchase the product.
Like the other items on this list, it also has four HDMI inputs, but has three USB ports. The device is rated 4.8 out of 5 stars on Amazon, and many buyers appreciate the G-Sync and FreeSync features that improve gaming performance. On the other hand, some have reported that the TV had dead pixel issues after using it for a short period of time.
- Positive: G-Sync and FreeSync technologies that promise to improve the gaming experience
- Cons: Some buyers complained that the TV had dead pixels for a short period of time
LG OLED C1 comes with G-Sync and FreeSync technologies — Photo: Disclosure / LG
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