The 5 Best 60-inch TVs of 2019

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The Rundown

  • Best Overall: Sony XBR60X830F at Amazon, "Boasts a number of features usually reserved for much more expensive models and offers exceptional image quality."
  • Best Budget: HiSense H6 at Walmart, "Offers a 4K resolution with support for HDR and has a sleek design with plenty of inputs and outputs."
  • Best Mid-Range: Vizio D60-F3 at Amazon, "Has many of the features you would expect from a high-end TV, but at a relatively reasonable price."
  • Best Smart TV: LG 60UJ6050 at Amazon, "Offers LG’s own WebOS 3.5, which allows you to install apps and connect it to Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa."
  • Best 65-Inch: LG OLEDB8P at Amazon, "The best TV image quality around, plus the excellent smart TV features you would expect from any other LG TV."

Our Top Picks

Best Overall: Sony XBR60X830F 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV

Sony XBR60X830F

Courtesy of Amazon

If you have your heart set on a 60-inch TV, then the Sony XBR60X830F from 2018 is definitely the way to go. This TV boasts a number of features usually reserved for much more expensive models, but above all else, it offers exceptional image quality. The Sony XBR60X830F features 4K resolution with support for HDR — and the TV even runs Sony’s powerful X1 processor to handle its HDR signal.

Thanks to its TRILUMINOS Display, the TV delivers deep black levels and vivid colors. When it comes to inputs and outputs, you’ll find a total of four HDMI inputs, as well as three USB ports, an optical audio output, and a headphone jack. The general design of the TV is quite sleek too — it features a sleek silver build, and it has very thin bezels, which come in at 0.63-inches. With built-in Wi-Fi and voice control capabilities, you can navigate your TV's streaming channels, turn it on/off, and adjust the volume using Amazon Alexa. Out of the box, the TV comes with a voice remote control, batteries, power cords, the tabletop stand (which requires a little assembly), and a setup guide.

Best Budget: HiSense H6

Hisense H6 Series

 Walmart

Looking for a nice big 60-inch TV but don’t want to pay an arm and a leg? The HiSense H6-series may be the way to go. HiSense has been seriously stepping up its TV game in the past few years, and the H6 is no exception. The TV not only offers a 4K resolution with support for HDR, but it also has a sleek design and plenty of inputs and outputs, which is great news for those who want to be able to connect a number of sources.

The HiSense H6 also has smart TV features, which is likely HiSense’s Android variation. In other words, you’ll be able to install apps for things like Netflix and Hulu, which is great news for cord-cutters who prefer to stream their content rather than watch cable. When it comes to inputs, there are three HDMI inputs, plus a USB input for powering devices like streaming sticks that need a power boost.

Best Mid-Range: Vizio D60-F3

For those who are willing to spend a bit of cash but don’t want to go overboard, the Vizio D60-F3 is probably the TV to go for. The TV has many of the features you would expect from a high-end TV, but at a relatively reasonable price. There are a number of things that make this TV a great option. For starters, it has a 4K resolution and supports HDR, so you can expect to be able to get pretty great image quality.

This TV also has some pretty great smart features. For example, it can connect to Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, allowing you to control certain aspects of the TV with your voice. When it comes to inputs, the TV offers three HDMI inputs, plus one USB port, an Ethernet port, a Component input, and more. Safe to say, the TV should have plenty of connectivity for most people.

Best Smart TV: LG 60UJ6050

Looking for a TV and want to make sure that it’s as smart as possible? Smart TVs have a number of advantages, like the ability to download and run apps, control the TV through a digital assistant, and more. If you’re looking for a smart TV, the LG 60UJ6050 is definitely the way to go. The TV offers LG’s own WebOS 3.5, which allows you to install apps like Netflix, Hulu, and Sling, plus you can connect it to Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, making for a very smart experience.

Of course, the TV itself is pretty great too. It has a 4K resolution, of course, plus it supports multiple HDR formats. On top of that, the TV has three HDMI inputs, along with two USB inputs, a Composite input, and even an Ethernet input so you can retain a smooth internet connection. Image quality on the LG 60UJ6050 is great too — the TV offers vibrant and deep colors, plus excellent black levels.

Best 65-Inch: LG OLEDB8P

Think you could actually go for a slightly larger TV? If you can go for a 65-inch TV and don’t mind spending the cash on a high-end one, then the LG OLEDB8P is probably the one to go for. The TV may be pricey, but for that price you’re getting perhaps the best TV image quality around, plus the excellent smart TV features you would expect from any other LG TV.

Instead of using an LED display, the LG OLEDB8P has an OLED display, which uses a different technology that allows for much deeper black levels and much more vibrant colors. The trade-off of that this technology tends to be more expensive, as you can see with this model.

Apart from offering such an incredible image quality, the LG OLEDB8P also has a number of other features. For starters, this TV actually has Google Assistant built right into it, so if you’re plugged into the Google ecosystem, you can expand on that with your new TV. On top of that, it has LG’s much-loved α7 processor, which is known for delivering an excellent-quality HDR. Even the sound has been given a lot of attention — the TV has support for Dolby Atmos, which delivers immersive sound.

Our Process

Our writers spent 3 hours researching the most popular 60-inch TVs on the market. Before making their final recommendations, they considered 12 different TVs overall, screened options from 8 different brands and manufacturers, read over 50 user reviews (both positive and negative), and tested 1 of the TVs themselves. All of this research adds up to recommendations you can trust.