Bank holidays mean sales and this one is no exception with high street stores promoting great savings on TVs and other electrical items. Great value TVs with soundbar and wireless subwoofer offers on selected TVs. Search the cheapest prices for the newest curved, 4K UHD, SUHD, LED and OLED from popular TV brands such as Samsung, Sony, Panasonic & LG.
Latest Reductions and TV Offers
Panasonic 2021 40 inch JX800BZ 4K LED HDR Smart TV Dolby Vision
At John Lewis & Partners there are some great deals on Samsung, Sony and LG Televisions with latest features including smart TV internet-enabled, Freeview and Freesat built-in, TV combi sets, 3D and best TV screens for watching sport and movies. Discover what’s new in technology and TV buying guide and screen style advice too. In addition, you also benefit from a free 5-year guarantee on all TVs at John Lewis & Partners.
Find TVs at Currys
Currys have Bank Holiday Deals and mega savings online and in-store on leading electrical brands. Large screen TVs, curved screens, small size televisions and accessories with advice on buying the best TV to fit your room. View this year’s latest 4K ultra HD smart LED, QLED and OLED TVs at Currys.
You’ll find many more retailers with Bank Holiday sales and price reductions on TVs including Amazon, Sonic Direct, Co-op and Hughes.
Smart 55 inch Curved OLED TVs from LG
2015 OLED TV Models
If you are eyeing up the latest OLED TVs and want the ultimate TV on offer in 2015 then make way for the range of Organic Light-Emitting Diode – OLED models from LG. Over the years there has been a rapid flurry of new technologies from 3D content to 4K Ultra HD resolution but the arrival of big-screen OLED TVs from LG has upped the ante in the TV arena.
However, this next-generation display is extremely expensive to produce and a mega screen doesn’t come cheap. The good news is slightly more affordable 55 inch OLED Curved TVs have arrived for under £2000.
LG 55EC930V Smart 3D 55” Curved OLED TV
The recent launch of OLED TVs in the UK not only feature curved screens they are lighter and thinner than ever before. Unlike LED screens, an OLED display produces the most advanced picture quality without the need for backlighting. Its panel of self-lighting pixels produces black levels that are truly black and the same goes for anything colourful, which is vibrant and punchy. Newer models at the cheaper end include the LG 55EC930V Smart 3D 55” Curved OLED TV. A beautiful looking TV for a large room and a joy to watch with its immersive curved screen. LG OLED TVs
LG OLED65WX9LA (2020) SIGNATURE OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65 inch with Freeview HD/Freesat HD, Picture-On-Wall Design & Dolby Atmos Sound Base...
New webOS Smart platform
The EC930 boasts LG’s new webOS Smart platform for an easier and more responsive way to control your TV. You’ll find pop up icons appearing neatly laid out in a line on the “Launcher” ready to be selected or easily dismissed so you can resume viewing. Complete with a Magic Remote that can be used in a variety of ways such as point, gesture and wheel plus voice control for hands-free control. A premium range of LG applications includes Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, Now TV, BBC iPlayer and YouTube. There’s also a web browser and the ability to stream across your network.
LG 55EC930V Features
Curved OLED Screen
Full HD 1080p
Four Colour Pixel OLED
Smart: Catch up TV & App Store
Passive 3D: 2 x glasses and 2 x clip-on glasses included
Tuner: Freeview HD
LG 55EG960V Smart 3D Ultra HD 4K 55” Curved OLED TV
Taking things to the next level LG continues to impress with the addition of 4K Ultra HD resolution. With four times the resolution of Full HD combined with the latest OLED technology, the LG 55EG960V is one for the wish list. A premium set at a much higher price compared to the LG 55EC930V but an impressive newcomer with glowing reviews none the less.
It’s that time of year when the TV manufacturers begin to bestow upon us their shiniest models for 2015. Sony along with fellow rivals Panasonic, Samsung and LG were quick to unveil their latest innovations at the CES show earlier this year. Its about now when we can expect to see these marvels arriving in the UK. Sony’s line-up comprises of 4K UHD and Full HD TV ranges plus the X903 which is being claimed as “the worlds slimmest 4K TV” at just 4.9mm.
With the launch of Sony’s 2015 TVs and the emphasis on picture quality, design and user experience these a lot to look forward. The Japanese giant has made significant changes with their new range in terms of smart features. Bravia models have just got smarter with Android TV features. TVs running off the Android operating system will have a multi-layered user interface that can be navigated in four directions.
Sony Bravia KE48A9 (2020) OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart Android TV, 48 inch with Freeview HD, Youview, Dolby Atmos & Acoustic Surface Audio, Black
Features include content recommendations, Sony content, apps and games which can be easily accessed via the one-flick touchpad remote. There’s also voice search and built-in YouView which will be available in the summer and will offer all catch-up services and other features.
4K Ultra HD
With the focus on Ultra HD and Android TV new releases will be an impressive line-up not only in picture quality but in functionality. 4K means a far more detailed picture with the ability to upscale HD video to Ultra HD.
Although at present content is sparse the promise of more to come makes buying a 4K TV an attractive option. An Ultra HD display reveals an amazing amount of detail that’s going to be hard to resist. The higher pixel density allows you to comfortably view from a closer range. Regular HD TVs haven’t been forgotten with a range of good old fashioned Full HD TVs coming most with built-in Android TV.
Sony 2015 TVs
4K Ultra HD LED 3D Android TV
4K Ultra HD Android TV
LED Full HD 3D Android TV
Samsung Curved 4K Ultra HD 3d Smart TVs
Not one to shy away from the spotlight Samsung are up and running with their 2015 TV range. Along with LG, the South Korean giants continue to dominate the TV market and were quick to dazzle with their new devices at the CES show this year. With not an OLED in sight Samsung’s focus for now remains firmly set on curves and more UHD. So be prepared to be smitten with huge 4K Ultra HD TVs and plenty of curved beauties along with some modest screen sizes too.
Samsung’s revolutionary Nano-crystal technology promises to elevate your viewing experience to whole new level. The 2015 SUHD TVs plan to set new standards in UHD content with significant improvements in contrast, brightness and colour expression. Expanded brightness levels across the entire screen with a multi-zone full array backlighting brings vibrancy and sharper detail to images.
Quantom Dot Technology
Just like 4K Ultra HD TVs Samsung’s SUHD boasts a high resolution of 3840 x 2160. But integrating Quantum Dot technology is really what makes these SUHD branded models stand out against Samsung’s older 4K TVs. The benefit is easy to see with the launch of this year’s high end TV lines sporting better colour accuracy with purer, cleaner whites and more life-like images.
TVs with Tizen Smart TV Platform
Next gen UHD TVs arrive with a much improved Smart Hub powered by Tizen. The new looking interface is more responsive and much simpler to use with easy access to content you want to watch. It even displays featured recommendations to extend your entertainment. A new smart remote has a curvy design and is more intuitive than its predecessor. The main focus is a point and click with up, down, right and left navigation plus less buttons to fiddle about with.
New 2015 Samsung TVs
Curved 4K SUHD 3D Smart TVs with Integrated Skype Camera
Curved 4K SUHD 3D Smart TVs
UE65JS9000 UE55JS9000 UE48JS9000
Curved LED 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TVs
LED 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TVs
UE65JU7000 UE55JU7000 UE48JU7000 UE40JU7000
LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TVs
UE65JU6400 UE55JU6400 UE48JU6400 UE40JU6400
Just when you think you have the best picture in the house along comes 4K. LG Electronics have expanded their range of 4K Ultra HD TVs for 2015. Ultra HD is four times higher than full HD with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 and offers crisp colours, greater realism and depth.
LG dominated the floor space at the CES show this year with their monster size 105 inch curved 4K TV. These mega screens may look exceptionally grand but they’re never going to fit in the corner your living room. However the LG TVs now on sale in the UK are looking a lot more practical and affordable. The LG TV range looks set to conquer its rivals with streamline features, enhanced colours and of course some of the best technologies with the release of full sized OLED TVs.
LG Ultra HD OLED TVs
Expect to see the beginning of something awe inspiring with big screen Ultra HD OLED TVs that have extremely thin and flexible screens. OLED offers superior picture quality performance, faster response time and far wider viewing angles. Although OLED – organic light emitting diodes has been around some time producing large screens 4K models is proving expensive business. LG is at the forefront of this wonder tech and the good news is prices are coming down. But if the current prices don’t put you off then you’re set to enjoy the finest viewing experience around.
LG’s New Smart TV Platform – WebOS 2.0
Something else to get excited about is the upgraded smart TV platform that has been designed to be more user-friendly. Connectivity to other devices is much faster and exploring the system has been simplified. Best of all is users can customise their own menus on the Launcher Bar. WebOS will be present in a majority of LG’s TVs released this year.
LG 2015 4K Ultra HD OLED Smart TVs with Freeview HD and Harman Kardon Audio
LG Smart LED HD TV with WebOS Platform
32″ 32LF630V, 40″ 40LF630V, 43″ 43LF630V, 49″ 49LF630V & 55″ 55LF630V
More LG models and screen sizes expected in the UK later in 2015