Best Cheap 4K TVs for Watching the Super Bowl Android Central 2020

On Feb. 2, the San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs will clash in the 2020 Super Bowl to decide which team is taking home the Vince Lombardi trophy and a year of bragging rights. The Big Game deserves a big TV, so if you're in dire need of an upgrade we've got some affordable picks you'll want to check out right now so that they arrive in time for kickoff!

Game ready: TCL R625

Staff Pick

Don't look now, but TCL makes really good TVs for reasonable amounts of money. Its R625 model is pretty nice in that it checks all the boxes you'd want for the best viewing experience like HDR, Dolby Vision, and local dimming. It's also widely regarded as one of the best TVs for sports, thanks to its relatively fast response times.

$549 at Amazon

Tried and true: Vizio V-Series

Vizio continues to build its name as a supplier of reliable TVs, and its 4K lineup is better than ever. The V-Series pulls you in with its vivid displays and a really useful smart TV user experience. HDR, Dolby Vision, and local dimming will all contribute to a quality Super Bowl viewing experience.

$530 at Best Buy

Game on: LG UM7300PUA

LG sits comfortably atop the rankings of display manufacturers, mostly for its OLED TVs, but some of the company's mid-range and entry-level options are also up to snuff, such as the LG UM7300PUA. It uses a combination of LG's AI ThinQ platform and top-grade display processing to offer a stunning picture.

$547 at Amazon

Immerse yourself: Samsung RU7100

It's pretty hard to go wrong with a Samsung TV. The RU7100 can't touch the display prowess of Samsung's QLED panels, but it can certainly enhance your Super Bowl party. With consistent panel uniformity, a robust display engine, and a meaty smart TV interface, this TV has everything it needs to let you follow the action.

$598 at Amazon

Perfect pairing: Sony Bravia X800G

One of Sony's best mid-range offerings is still relevant. The X800G uses quality parts and panels to ensure a great viewing experience. For not so much money, you'll get a dreamy Sony panel that you can be confident will show all the details on the field.

$688 at Amazon

Straight fire: Toshiba Fire TV

Toshiba has one of the better value 4K HDR TVs on the market in its Fire TV. It uses Amazon's Fire OS platform for apps and games, which means Alexa is there to help you find the content you need using nothing but your voice. Let her guide you this Super Bowl Sunday.

$280 at Amazon

Impressively robust: Hisense 50H8F

When looking for the right TV, you'll want to find one with Dolby Vision for HDR and HDR10, along with a high refresh rate, and an array of additional features. That's exactly what you get and more with Hisense's 50H8F television, thanks to the built-in Chromecast, 700-nit peak brightness, and the ULED technology for the panel. This TV is more than capable of being the centerpiece of your Super Bowl Sunday, and for many more to come.

$380 at Amazon

Curved goodness: Samsung RU7300

If you want to dive deeper and feel like you're on the field, then the Samsung RU7300 may be the right pick. Samsung's televisions are some of the best and the RU7300 is no diffferent with a dedicated processor for 4K UHD upscaling. Best of all, the curved screen will make you forget that your living room is filled with a bunch of people while watching the game.

$478 at Amazon

The smart home TV: Insignia DF710

This 50-inch Insignia 4K television not only gives you access to Amazon's Fire TV services, but also offers an Ultra HD picture experience. This, paired with the built-in HDR capabilities, means you're guaranteed to see every play as it happens on the gridiron. Plus, you'll be able to pair it with another Echo device, and control your television even if the remote is lodged in the cushions.

$250 at Amazon

Get ready for the Big Game

No matter your choice, the big game will look amazing being upscaled to 4K. With 4K being more affordable than ever, now is the best time to upgrade. TCL's R625 set is our top recommendation for its impressive balance of price and features. With the combination of 4K Ultra HD quality and Dolby Vision HDR, you're sure to see everything and anything that happens on the field, even when it's time to see which commercials are the best.

Vizio has been around the block a time or two and is a perennial favorite for many thanks to the solid overall experience. With the V Series television, you'll get Dolby Vision HDR, 400-nits of brightness, and the ability for your non-4K content to be upscaled. And the V-Series also brings in DTS Studio Sound II which makes the TVs two speakers feel like you invested in a surround sound system.

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