Best Cheap 4K TVs for Chromecast Android Central 2020

Looking into a 4K TV to use with your Chromecast or Chromecast Ultra can be confusing. There are tons of options out there, each with their own little quirks. There are fantastic TVs at the high end of the market, but those cost thousands of dollars. If you don't have that much room in your budget, don't sweat it: there are many cheaper TVs out there that can deliver a satisfying picture.

Clearly Smart: LG UN7300PUF

Staff pick

LG remains one of the main providers of quality panels at every level of the TV industry and the UM7300PUF is no different. LG's claim to fame is its custom tone mapping technology, which analyzes each scene to deliver the most accurate picture possible. Alongside the excellent 4K HDR panel, the new webOS release includes smart assistant support from the likes of Google Assistant.

No extra cables: Vizio M-Series

The Vizio M-Series is interesting in that these TVs have Chromecast built-in, so you wouldn't even need to buy a Chromecast if you didn't want to. It also has great features like local dimming and Dolby Vision, giving you the perfect panel to watch all your favorite movies and play your favorite games on.

Tremendous Value: TCL 55R625

TCL has become one of the most respected brands in the TV industry as of late, thanks to its excellent budget-friendly TVs with features that are normally only found on sets that cost hundreds of dollars more. 4K, HDR, Dolby Vision, local dimming, and a great user interface all make for a fantastic option for your living room needs.

Curved greatness: Samsung RU7300

Samsung continues to attack the mid-range market with great TVs. The RU7300 series keys in on essential technologies like HDR 10+ with scene-by-scene optimization, a high dynamic range, wide color gamut, and a high response rate for the clearest image. Its Smart TV interface is also one of the best in the business, and it works especially well for folks with Samsung smartphones.

Just Enough: Skyworth Q20300

With the Skyworth Q20300 you not only get a fantastic 4K UHD picture with a built-in quad-core processor, but you'll also get much more. All of the "extra" features are powered by Google's Assistant and the built-in Chromecast. The bezels measure in at just 1mm, so you'll get the most out of the viewing experience.

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Forget the remote: Sceptre A515CV

You won't have to worry about losing the remote with the Sceptre A515CV as you can just use your voice to control your television. There's a built-in Chromecast for all of your streaming needs, and Android TV fills in the rest of the gaps. With a 4K resolution, you'll get a great picture, but Sceptre has also included HDR to make things even better.

Cast built-in: Hisense H8G

The Hisense H8G is a great pick for those who don't already have a Chromecast since it has one built-in. The H8G combines HDR with dimming zones and Motion Rate 240 for a fantastic viewing experience. Plus, with Android TV on board, you can control everything with just your voice, with ease.

Sony Vision: Sony X800H

The Sony X800H not only brings HDR10, Motion Flow XR, and Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, but it also has Android TV built-in. Sony promises upscaling for a more natural picture for all of your viewing pleasure, plus you get the benefits of Google Assistant and Chromecast with the Android TV.

Control everything: Samsung TU8000

Samsung's latest TU8000 comes in sizes ranging from 43-inches all the way up to 85-inches, covering every need imaginable. 4K Upscaling powered by AI makes it so even your lower-quality movies and TV shows look great in 4K quality. And with the TU8000's OneRemote, you can control all of your connected devices with a single remote, and you can throw the others in the drawer.

Which is the best for your Chromecast?

We especially like LG's new ThinQ TVs with built-in Alexa and Google Assistant, an excellent webOS-based user experience, and top-class panels. The LG UM7300PUF has all that and more, and it won't cost you a mortgage and a half to get it.

There are more and more televisions being released with either Android TV or a Chromecast built right into them. For those situations, we recommend the Vizio M-Series due to its low-price point and overall quality of the TVs. On top of having a built-in Chromecast, the M-Series offers up to 600 nits of brightness, dimming zones, and Vizio's Quantum Color technology for better color representation.

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