Despite the names, they’re distinctly different technologies. But they’ve got a couple things in common. Both are claimed to land the knockout blow when it comes to picture quality. And their sets are priced as such, although costs could come down by as much as 50% over the course of the year. Ignore the marketing jargon – here, we tell you what these terms actually mean, and which type performs best in our TV test lab. TV reviews – read all our expert reviews of the latest TVs What is OLED TV? OLED is the screen technology found on LG’s top-of-the-range TVs over the past few years. More recent converts to the technology include Sony, Panasonic and Philips. OLED TVs get their name from the organic LED cells behind the screen, which produce their own light source. This differs from more common LED-backlit LCD displays, which you’ll find on most modern flatscreen TVs. These individual light sources mean the OLED TV ‘turns off’ areas of the screen to give supposedly unrivalled levels of black. They also have a great reputation for handling on-screen motion, and having wide viewing angles. Head over to our expert OLED TV guide for all you need to know about this screen technology, and which OLED TVs we recommend to buy. OLED TVs on test LG OLEDB7V (£2,350) LG has made several attempts at getting the best possible picture from its OLED TVs. One of 2017’s offerings, the OLEDB7V, is a 55-inch set with a 4K Ultra HD screen. It has Freeview Play, the system that combines catch-up TV with the electronic programme guide. Are LG’s OLED sets better than ever? Find out in our expert OLEDB7V review. Sony KD55A1BU (£3,500) Arguably the best-looking TV of the year, Sony’s new OLED set is truly unique. The kick-stand-style [...]

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