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The 4 Best 60 Inch 4k TVs - Summer 2022 Reviews

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Best 60 Inch TVs

There aren't many 60 inch TVs out there, and only a few are released every year. Manufacturers are focusing more on their 55 inch and 65 inch models, so it's a better choice to go for either of these sizes as you get more options available. If you want to find the best 58 inch TV or best 60 inch TV, there are still a few models, and choosing the best one depends on your needs and personal preferences. Models in these sizes tend to be more entry-level TVs, so you won't get the same outstanding picture quality as you get with higher-end models.

We've tested more than 100 TVs under the latest test bench, and below are our recommendations for the best 58 and 60 inch TVs. Also, see our picks for the best TVs, the best smart TVs, and the best gaming TVs.


  1. Best 60 Inch TV

    The Samsung QN60Q60AAFXZA is the best 60 inch TV. It's a decent overall TV part of the Samsung QLED lineup, so it uses quantum dot technology to display a wide color gamut. It also has impressive out-of-the-box accuracy. Although we tested the 55 inch variant, the results are still valid for the 60 inch version. It performs fairly well for most uses, even if it lacks extra features that you normally find on higher-end models.

    It's good for bright and dark rooms because it has great peak brightness and decent reflection handling for well-lit rooms, and it displays deep blacks in dark rooms. It doesn't have any trouble upscaling lower-resolution content, which is great for watching DVDs and cable boxes, and there aren't issues with displaying native 4k content. Also, the built-in Tizen OS is user-friendly, and you can find most streaming apps through the app store.

    Unfortunately, it's not the best for watching HDR content. Its HDR peak brightness is just okay, so highlights don't pop a lot, and it lacks a local dimming feature to further improve the picture quality in dark scenes. It also doesn't support Dolby Vision. It's limited to a 60Hz panel, and motion looks blurry due to the slow response time, so it's not ideal for gaming, but it still has low input lag. Regardless, it's the best overall 60 inch TV.

    See our review

  2. Best 58-60 Inch TV For Gaming

    The Vizio M58Q7-J01 is the best 58 inch TV for gaming. It's great for gaming because it has a few extra features, and it also performs well in dark rooms if you tend to game in a dark environment. It's also a budget-friendly TV, meaning it won't break the bank either. We tested the 55 inch model, and our results are also valid for the 58 inch variant.

    It has a 60Hz panel and HDMI 2.0 bandwidth, so although you can't play the latest games in 4k @ 120Hz, you won't have any issues with 4k @ 60Hz games. The TV also supports HDR, but some people may be disappointed that it doesn't get bright enough to make highlights pop. It has low input lag for a responsive gaming experience, and motion looks fairly smooth thanks to its quick response time. There's even FreeSync variable refresh rate (VRR) support to reduce screen tearing, but the refresh rate range is narrow.

    Unfortunately, it has a narrow viewing angle, and the image looks washed out from the sides, so it's not a good choice for co-op gaming. On the plus side, its VA panel has a high native contrast ratio for deep blacks, but the local dimming feature doesn't do much to improve the picture quality in dark scenes. Besides that, it's one of the best 58 inch TVs for gaming.

    See our review

  3. Cheaper Alternative

    If you prefer something cheaper, then look into the Samsung UN58TU7000FXZA. It doesn't have VRR support like the Vizio M7 Series Quantum 2021, so you won't get a tear-free gaming experience. Instead, it's a simple entry-level TV with a 60Hz panel, very low input lag, and an okay response time. It also has a VA panel with high contrast and remarkable black uniformity, but it doesn't have a local dimming feature to improve picture quality in dark scenes. You won't experience any issues playing 4k games from either the PS5 or Xbox Series X, but it's only up to 60 fps. Unfortunately, its backlight flickers at most brightness levels, causing duplications with fast-moving content.

    If you want the best gaming experience possible for a 58 inch TV, you can't go wrong with the Vizio, but if you want to spend less money, then look into the Samsung. Keep in mind that we tested the 55 inch model of the Samsung, but we expect the 58 inch size to perform the same, and if you want, it's also available in a 60 inch model.

    See our review

  4. Best Budget 58-60 Inch TV

    The best budget 58 inch TV is the Vizio V585-J01. It's an alright overall TV that's good enough if you're looking for a simple TV for watching your favorite shows and sports. The Vizio SmartCast system isn't as advanced as the smart platform on some other TVs, as you can't download any extra apps besides the pre-installed ones, but you can cast anything you want from your phone.

    It's different from the Vizio M7 Series Quantum 2021 because it doesn't have any extra gaming features like VRR support. Still, you get low input lag and a decent response time, but there's some black smearing behind fast-moving dark objects. It looks great in dark rooms as it has an incredible native contrast ratio, and even though there's no local dimming feature to improve it, it still displays deep blacks with minimal blooming.

    Sadly, it has a narrow viewing angle, so the image looks washed out from the sides. Also, it's not the best choice for watching DVDs and cable TV because it doesn't upscale lower-resolution content as well as other 4k TVs, but you won't notice the difference unless you look for it. We tested the 65 inch variant, but the results still apply to the 58 inch model. All in all, it's the best 58 inch TV available for a low cost.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • LG 60UP8000PUA: The LG UP8000 is an okay entry-level TV. We tested the 55 inch model with an IPS panel, while the 60 inch has a VA panel, meaning it performs differently from the one we tested. See our review
  • Hisense 60A6G: The Hisense A6G is an okay entry-level TV. The 60 inch model uses a different panel type than the one we tested, so we don't know how it performs. See our review
  • Samsung QN60Q60BAFXZA: The Samsung Q60B is a newer version of the Samsung Q60A with better smart features, but the Q60A is cheaper, so it's worth getting while you can still find it. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Apr 05, 2022: Verified picks for availability and updated text for accuracy.

  2. Feb 09, 2022: Updated text for clarity; removed the Vizio V Series 2020 and the Samsung Q60T from Notable Mentions due to low availability.

  3. Dec 14, 2021: Verified picks for availability and updated text for clarity.

  4. Oct 18, 2021: Replaced the Vizio V Series 2020 with the V5 Series 2021 because it's easier to find; added the Samsung AU8000 to Notable Mentions.

  5. Aug 19, 2021: Added the Vizio M7 Series Quantum 2021 as 'Best Gaming' and moved the Samsung TU7000 to 'Cheaper Alternative'; added the Hisense A6G and Vizio V5 Series 2021 to Notable Mentions.

All Reviews

Our recommendation above is what we think are currently the best 60 inch 4k TVs to buy for most people. We factor in the price (a cheaper TV wins over a pricier one if the difference isn't worth it), feedback from our visitors, and availability (no TVs that are difficult to find or almost out of stock everywhere).

If you would like to do the work of choosing yourself, here is the list of all our reviews of 58-60 inch TVs. Be careful not to get too caught up in the details. While no TV is perfect, most TVs are great enough to please almost everyone, and the differences are often not noticeable unless you really look for them.

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