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What's New In 2024


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2023 was an interesting year for TV enthusiasts as manufacturers continue to push the limits of what their TVs can do. With 2023 nearly behind us, now's a good time to look forward to what TV manufacturers have planned for 2024. From MLA tech to Mini LEDs, TVs are brighter than ever before, and with new and improved gaming features, with some TVs even supporting 144Hz refresh rates for PC gamers, TV manufacturers are starting to blur the line between TVs and high-end gaming monitors.

So, what will 2024 hold for the TV industry? It's still a bit early to say, but as we look forward to CES 2024 and more manufacturer events, we should be able to start painting an interesting picture for next year's displays. Some manufacturers start announcing their plans even before CES, including some related industries like the chipset market. What does MediaTek have planned for 2024? Will we see wider adoption of the Pentonic 1000 chipset, or maybe something even more powerful? Will brands other than LG and Samsung finally have four HDMI 2.1 bandwidth ports? We don't know yet, but as soon as we do, we'll update this article with the latest news. What would you like to see from brands in 2024? Let us know in the comments below.

As new models are announced, we'll update the list below. Some of these TVs will only be released in the second or third quarter of 2024, but we'll be buying them as soon as possible as they're released. You can see which models we've purchased throughout the year and vote on your favorites on our suggestion list.

2024 Overview

We don't know much about the 2024 TV lineup yet, but it'll likely feature more of the same from 2023. We expect significant increases in Mini LED dimming zones and slightly higher peak brightness. 2023 saw the first 144Hz TVs hit the market, but hopefully, we'll see these improved gaming features trickle down to cheaper models. One trend we noticed in 2023 that we're hoping doesn't continue is the increase in regional lineup differences. Sony, in particular, had vastly different lineups in different regions, and North America missed out on a handful of models and sizes that were widely available in other parts of the world. This issue isn't unique to Sony, though, as Hisense also sells different models in different regions, and even within North America, their U.S. and Canadian models don't always use the same panel.

Brand Lineups

These lists are based on what has been confirmed so far. We'll update them as new details are confirmed and as new models are announced throughout the year. This list mainly focuses on U.S. models; some lineups may differ in other countries.


Like previous years, Hisense will be showcasing their 2024 lineup at CES. They've already started announcing some new products, including the next iteration of their ULED technology that debuted on the Hisense UX. The new 110UX is, like the name suggests, a 110" TV that Hisense advertises to be powered by over 40,000 local dimming zones capable of reaching up to 10,000 cd/m². It's an impressive feat if it lives up to Hisense's marketing.

Model Sizes Backlight Type Advertised Zones Resolution Refresh Rate
110UX 110" Mini LED >40,000 4k 120Hz


LG usually shows off most of their mid and high-end TVs, from LCDs to OLEDs, at CES every year, and we don't expect 2024 to be any different. Some information on LG's 2024 OLEDs has started to leak through various certification programs, and it seems like the G4 will once again be a significantly better TV than the LG C4, as it's advertised to use LG's META 2.0 technology. According to the leaked information, the updated MLA panel is expected to reach peaks of up to 3,000 cd/m² on small highlights. Sadly, it seems like the MLA panel used in the 2023 LG G3 OLED isn't making its way down to the C4, and there's still no MLA technology on the 83" size. The C4 and G4 are both expected to support refresh rates up to 144Hz, while the B2 is limited to 120Hz.

We're still awaiting confirmation for all of this info, and sizes have yet to be announced for each model, but we don't expect any surprises. The LG B4 OLED might be getting a 48" size, but we'll wait for LG to announce the full details in January.

Model Sizes Backlight Type Advertised Zones Resolution Refresh Rate
G4  To be confirmed OLED N/A 4k 144Hz
C4  To be confirmed OLED N/A 4k 144Hz
B4  To be confirmed OLED N/A 4k 120Hz


Samsung hasn't announced any details of their 2024 lineup yet, but we're expecting it to build on the successes of 2023. Based on recent years, expect higher peak brightness, dimming zones on their highest-end QLED models, and a greater focus on their QD-OLED lineup. The One Connect box seems nearly discontinued by Samsung, so seeing what they do with it in 2024 will be interesting. Samsung usually announces their TV lineup just before CES, so we should hear news around the first week of January.


Like in 2023, Sony has decided to skip showcasing their new TV lineup at CES in 2024. Instead, an invite-only event was held in November 2023, and according to industry insider and TV reviewer John Archer, their lineup is embargoed well into 2024, so we'll probably see a separate Sony event in early 2024. For now, the biggest thing they've announced isn't even aimed at the consumer market, although consumers will benefit from it - it's the new BVM-HX3110 pro-grade mastering monitor. It uses a cinematic 4k (4096 x 2160) display with a dual LED layer, similar to the Hisense U9DG, resulting in incredibly high contrast that approaches OLED quality. The biggest improvement is an increase in peak brightness up to an impressive 4,000 cd/m². We weren't there, but you can read more here about this impressive new mastering monitor and what it means for consumers.


TCL has confirmed that they'll hold an event before CES under embargo and have a booth at the main event. TCL is always a bit of a wildcard; their 2023 lineup was a noticeable improvement over previous years, and they renamed their entire lineup to capture the significance of this change.


Vizio surprised us all when they released two new TVs out of the blue in late 2023. We're unsure what they have planned for 2024, whether they even have new TVs, or if they'll appear at CES. They're listed as an exhibitor, but that doesn't mean they'll show off new TVs. We'll hopefully know more shortly, and like the other brands on this list, we'll update this section if and when they decide to show off any new TVs.


While we're still missing a lot of details on what to expect from TV manufacturers in 2024, some are starting to leak out. In the coming weeks and months, we should get a better indication of what's coming, including full model details from some brands. We'll continue to update this page as we learn more, but for now, let us know what you're most excited about and what you'd like to see in the discussions!