What is the Best 60 Inch Smart TV?

Best 60 Inch TVs

The top 60” TV won’t guarantee picture quality without the proper display and built-in capabilities. Your search for the perfect model can be a lengthy and arduous one, so to make things easier, our experts have tested and come to conclusions on the best 60-inch TVs.

Editor's Choice
Best Overall
Best for Budget
Hisense 55-Inch
Class H8

Reviews of the Top 60 Inch TVs

1. Editor's Choice - Vizio 55-inch M-Series Quantum 4K UHD LED HDR Smart TV (M55Q8-H1)

Are you looking for a product that’s affordable but can still offer the best value? The Vizio M55Q8-H1 has what beginner cinephiles would want in a smart TV.

This TV offers Quantum Color and a full array of backlighting that can portray vibrant colors that rival reality. Dolby Vision HDR automatically optimizes the details such as brightness, contrast, and shadowing to mirror what we see in various lighting conditions.

The M55Q8-H1 is known for its brilliance and vibrance, and of course the convenience of streaming services, Apple TV, and Chromecast available at your fingertips.

For other models, you can also check our Sony X80J Google TV review here

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2. Best for Budget - Hisense 55-Inch Class H8 Quantum Series Android 4K ULED Smart TV

The Hisense H8 Quantum Series is an affordable option that packs a punch. In our multiple tests, it is one of the best TVs in terms of high-quality pictures, and it’s capable of expressing over a billion colors to make the content come to life.

The Hisense flatscreen TV is equipped with the enviable Dolby Vision HDR picture. Not only that, Dolby Atmos audio technologies in its embedded speakers also deliver a full theater experience.

Control of the TV is easy with the included voice control enabled remote or via an Alexa enabled device. You will be able to open apps and control volume levels for your favorite content.

(To know more about the brand, we have a dedicated page about who produces Hisense televisions here

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3. SAMSUNG TV 65-inches Class Crystal UHD TU-8000 Series

If you are looking for a slightly larger screen, then the Samsung TV UHD TU-8000 Series 65 inch will offer a theater-like experience from the privacy of your own home. Its smart features are powered by Tizen and go beyond regular control with next generation apps.

This 65” TV offers HDR picture quality that isn’t seen on other HDTVs. You will unlock more colors in the spectrum to help boost your overall viewing experience.

Finally, the crystal display and the crystal 4K TV processor will automatically improve all your content into high-quality 4K. On the whole, this model is definitely one of the best 60-inch TVs in the market.

You can also check our Samsung QN900A series TVs review here

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4. Samsung UN58RU7100FXZA Flat 58-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV

The Samsung UN58RU7100FXZA comes with a 4K UHD processor that elevates your content to 4K quality. As such, you can enjoy crystal clear pictures with enhanced details and dynamic range emphasized by every color in the spectrum.

Your shows and movies will be more vivid with the PurColor feature that gets you as close to the real thing as possible — something regular HDTVs simply cannot replicate.

Plus, the SmartTV features make navigating the Samsung 58” TV a breeze. It can also be controlled with OneRemote to help you find streaming content easily.

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5. LG 55SM8600PUA Nano 8 Series 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED NanoCell TV

The LG Nano Cell series 55SM8600PUA comes with a gen 2 intelligent processor to breathe new life into your content. It will improve the color and clarity with the help of 4K and AI technology.

To make this complex TV easier to control, LG incorporates Alexa, Google Assistant, and LG Thinq AI technology together.

You can also transform your home theater with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos — technologies that are only present in the best TVs. As you probably know, Dolby is an industry giant known for its optimized picture and sound. 

This 55” TV can also integrate your Wisa speakers and is compatible with Apple Airplay for effortless casting. For more surround sound, you can upgrade your LG TV audio by connecting it to an external speakers, too. 

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6. Best Overall - VIZIO D60-F3 D-Series 60" Class (60" Diag.) Smart TV

The Vizio D60-F3 supports HDR10 and HLG pictures. As a 4K resolution TV, the Vizio D-Series features 4x the picture quality of Full HD [1]. The colors will be brighter and so will the screen with the full array LED backlight to make sure there are no dim parts to the picture.

The SmartTV feature gives you quick access to all your favorite content and apps. With the help of Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant, you can easily navigate around the menus and adjust volume levels with only the sound of your voice.

(For more options, check how we pitted Sony X900F TV against X950G here)

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Best 60 inch TV Buyer Guide

It takes more than just the size and picture quality to make the best flatscreen TV. Other factors such as the type of display, resolution, and smart features are important to consider. To help you narrow down your choices, our experts have come up with a list of important qualities to look for.


The size of the screen is important when considering which TV to get. A good gauge is to think about how many people will watch the TV at once and how big of a space you have to spare. Once you have an idea, choose the largest screen size that will fit into that space comfortably.

Another deciding factor on the screen size is how close you sit to the TV screen. You don’t want to see pixelation on the screen. Our experts suggest 55 to 65 inch TVs as the standard size for most living rooms — 65 inch TVs are large enough for you to sit further back.

Type of Display: OLED, LED LCD, etc

Most display screens are either LED or LCD. They can come in ultra HD or HD quality and they basically just use light emitting diodes (LEDs) to power the screen. LCD screens are famously thin and can fit into tight spaces and sit flush against the wall.

LCD screens can be powered by LEDs around the edges or have a full array right behind the screen. The two will offer different capabilities in terms of lighting and dimming the content.

Another type of LCD display is quantum dots, a more advanced form of lighting that is required by HDR content. LED and LCD screens come with a myriad of benefits including a wide range of prices, features, and sizes, giving you the widest available options.

OLED TVs are even more advanced than LED/LCD displays with different lighting zones. And instead of a backlight, OLED TVs use the best LEDs controlled down to the pixel. This gives the TVs the ability to produce pictures that are unmatched by other display types.

(To get the best viewing experience for your 60-inch TV, try to hang your TV up on a brick wall with no drilling

TV Resolution

The resolution contributes to the quality of the picture on any TV. A 55 to 65-inch Samsung Q60A series flatscreen, for example, would generally require higher resolution to limit imperfections that can be seen. The higher the number of the resolution in your TVs, the better the quality.

HD 720p is no longer impressive as numbers today can reach all the way up to 8K. Full HD or 1080p is now the standard and is the most commonly found resolution in TVs of any brand. Ultra HD or 4K is 4 times the resolution of Full HD, so you can just imagine the sharper focus and the brighter picture.

Now, 8K quality resolution in TVs has slowly been integrated into the market. They offer 4 times the quality of 4K, but content production has yet to catch up with this giant leap forward in picture resolution.

(For impressive image display, know the importance of an HDMI EDID to your television)

Smart TV

Our experts believe that a SmartTV is almost a necessity when purchasing your next best 55 – 65 inch TV. With Wi-Fi built-in, a SmartTV can support all your favorite streaming platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime. It will even allow you to surf the internet, play YouTube videos, play games, or download content.

(For Sanyo brand, here’s how you can setup the Sanyo TV seamlessly)

Voice Control

Having a virtual assistant such as Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant built-in is a luxury that is still worth having. Voice control makes navigating your 55-65 inch TV easier. You can command Alexa or Google to open apps, start playing content, or adjust the volume levels on your TV.

HDMI Connection

HDMI connection is required for high quality content such as 4k, 8K and Blu-Ray. It also reduces input lag. Input lag is usually caused by processing the highest quality content and gaming.

With HDMI, you are not only ensuring a stable connection but the ability to connect other external devices such as Chromecast or a PS4 gaming console to your soundbar.


1. What's the best 55 to 60 inch TV?

The best 55 to 60 inch TV is the Samsung UN58RU7100FXZA 58 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV. It not only enhances details with HDR, but the PurColor technology will bring out all the colors in the spectrum and more. To get the full experience, it would help if you have the right knowledge of setting up your Samsung TV with an HDMI Arc

2. Does anyone make a 60 inch OLED TV?

Yes, LG is a brand that makes a 60 inch OLED TV. The LG OLED65C9PUA is a 60” OLED TV equipped with 4K quality resolution and smart features including multiple built-in voice assistants.

Our Top Pick for a 60 Inch TV: Vizio D60-F3

Our media team chose the Vizio D60-F3 as the best 60-inch smart TV. With features like built-in Wi-Fi, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant, the title is really no surprise. You can witness 4K resolution alongside DTS Studio Sound to bring the content to life. The HLG and HDR10 plus LED backlighting will bring realism to a whole new level. 

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Willie Greer
Willie Greer
Willie Greer is the founder of The Product Analyst. A cinephile, he has made it a personal quest to achieve the awesomest home theater possible. He now shares what he has learned through the years on the site, and has enlisted the help of tech-savvy colleagues in providing more insight about today’s most sought-after gadgets.