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Will Samsung claim this year’s Super Bowl TV crown?

As we approach the all mighty Super Bowl weekend in the United States, one major question looms. Which TV will you be watching the Super Bowl 52 on? This time of year in the United States, electronics stores see a surge in television sales because consumers want to enjoy the largest American sporting event on the best possible television set, with some even returning them afterward. Of course, Samsung being the consistent frontrunner year after year, it seems this year they are in a tight race to claim the Super Bowl TV crown.

Samsung faces solid competition

Samsung is well renowned for its TVs and this is especially apparent come Super Bowl weekend. But, as the years pass, Samsung’s innovative nature has inspired other TV manufacturers to step their game up, and so they have. Both LG and Sony have now become frontrunners for the acclaimed Super Bowl TV crown.

Consumer Reports recently selected the top 10 TVs for watching the Super Bowl, of those ten, four belong to LG, three belong to Samsung, and three to Sony. This will make for an interesting show of advertisement, marketing, and sales to attract the most customers as possible.

Samsung’s high-end 65-inch 4K Curved QLED TV (QN65Q7C) which is currently on sale for $2,299.99 is one of its TVs that’s on the list. LG’s premium 65-inch 4K OLED Wallpaper TV (65W7P) which seems to hover in the $6,000-$7,000 range is on it as well.

Lastly, we find Sony’s 65-inch 4K OLED TV (XBR-65A1E) which is currently priced at $3,499.99. These are very pricey television sets, nonetheless, there will still be quite the surge in sales for these bad boys in the weeks to come.

Let us know in the comments below if you think Samsung’s TVs will be the most preferred models in the days leading up to the Super Bowl.

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Biransahin
Biransahin

I just got a 55″ Samsung QLED a few months ago.. Just the right size for us.. I absolutely love it.. Picture is perfect and even with the very bright sunlight coming into our living room, there’s no need to close curtains and at night movie mode tones the brightness down perfectly. We had an LG OLED before this, still a nice TV so we moved it into the kitchen..

o0MHJ0o
o0MHJ0o

Why not make the Smart option and join the Samsung QLED TV upgrade program, one monthly payment and get an upgrade every TWO years. Much like their flagship smartphones – in fact its exactly the same, except you upgrade every 2 years instead of 1.

Biransahin
Biransahin

A good plan. ?

baldonek
baldonek

As much as I like Samsung phones, I don’t like their tv’s. Whenever I look at them I feel like my eyes are burning. And one thing that I will point my finger at Samsung is the fact that they don’t make their tv’s worldwide compatible for electric voltage input by which I mean ; USA Samsung’s get 110-120V tv’s and you can’t use the TV overseas in a different country with higher voltage like 220-250V because you not only have to hassle with the cable plug change but also with a pricey power transformer which usually buzzes and is… Read more »

Biransahin
Biransahin

That’s probably the stupidest comment I’ve ever read. Who brings a 75″ TV with them when they go travelling? If you’re moving a TV of that size shipping and import taxes would cost almost as much as the TV… Lololol