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The 3 Best 60-Inch 4k TVs - Fall 2022 Reviews

Best 60 Inch TVs

Finding the best TVs available in 58 or 60 inches is difficult. There aren't many models available in these sizes, as manufacturers focus more on 55 and 65-inch models, which are the two most popular TV sizes. If you're limited in space and you want the best 60-inch TV or even the best 58-inch TV, you're also limiting yourself to the choice and performance of the TVs you can get, as they don't tend to have the best picture quality compared to models available in other sizes. If you're willing to get something smaller, check out the best 55-inch TVs, and if you can get something bigger, look into the best 65-inch TVs.

We've bought and tested more than 360 TVs, 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 TVs for movies.

  1. Best 60-Inch TV

    The best 60-inch TV that we've tested is the Samsung QN60Q60BAFXZA. It's a decent all-around 4k TV that's the entry-level model in Samsung's flagship QLED lineup, so it has a few features that higher-end TVs have, but you can get much better TVs like the Samsung QN90B QLED if you want something in 55 or 65 inches. Regardless, the Q60B comes with the same easy-to-use Tizen smart platform with a bunch of apps available to download, so you don't have to worry about buying an external streaming device to watch your favorite shows. The included remote also has a built-in mic you can use for voice control with Bixby, Alexa, and Google Assistant to search for content.

    In terms of picture quality, it's a good choice for bright and dark rooms. It gets bright enough to fight glare and has decent reflection handling, so it's a good choice for rooms with a few lights around, but it has a narrow viewing angle that makes the image looks washed out from the sides. Although it lacks a local dimming feature, it still displays deep blacks in dark rooms, and there's minimal blooming around bright objects, making it a decent choice for watching movies.

    See our review

  2. Best Mid-Range 58-Inch TV

    If you want to save a bit of money, then something in the mid-range category like the Vizio M58Q7-J01 is a good choice. It's a slightly smaller TV compared to the Samsung Q60/Q60B QLED with a 58-inch screen size, but it doesn't make much difference compared to a 60-inch display. While you get similar picture quality to the Samsung, it has a worse smart system that can feel laggy at times, and you can't download any extra apps besides the pre-installed ones, so this is the trade-off you have to make for getting something for less. Still, it's a good TV that even has a few extra gaming features if you're a gamer.

    The out-of-the-box accuracy is excellent, as colors look great without any calibration, and it displays a wide range of colors in HDR. It displays deep blacks if you want to watch movies in dark rooms, and while it has a local dimming feature, it's mediocre and doesn't do much to improve the picture quality. It's a good choice for streaming 4k content or watching Blu-rays, but it has trouble properly upscaling lower-resolution signals, which is only a concern if you watch cable TV or DVDs.

    See our review

  3. Best Budget 60-Inch TV

    Should you be on a strict budget, you can still find a few 60-inch TVs in the budget category like the Samsung UN60TU7000FXZA. It's a lower-end TV compared to the Samsung Q60/Q60B QLED, so you don't get the same picture quality, but it's still a decent TV for a low-cost model. Although it's a 2020 model, you can still find it available, and you can find both the 58 and 60-inch models, so you can get the one you prefer the most. It's ideal to use in dark or moderately-lit rooms as it displays deep blacks and has remarkable black uniformity, but it doesn't get bright enough to fight glare in a well-lit room.

    Its built-in Tizen OS smart platform has fewer features than other high-end Samsung models, but it's still easy to use, and you get the same apps already installed and available to download. However, it comes with a more basic remote that doesn't have a built-in mic, so you can't use your voice to search for content, and you need to type with the remote when you want to search for something.

    See our review

Notable Mentions

  • Samsung QN60Q60AAFXZA: The Samsung Q60A is an older version of the Samsung Q60/Q60B QLED that's similar. However, it's also harder to find, meaning you can get the Q60B for cheaper. See our review
  • Vizio V585-J01: The Vizio V5 Series 2021 is a budget TV similar to the Samsung TU7000. However, it has a worse smart system, so it's worth getting the Samsung instead. See our review

Recent Updates

  1. Aug 17, 2022: Updated structure to reflect market availability; replaced the Samsung Q60A with the newer Q60B because it's easier to find. Renamed the Vizio M7 Series 2021 to the 'Best Mid-Range' and replaced the Vizio V5 Series 2021 with the Samsung TU7000 in the budget category because it has better smart features; updated Notable Mentions based on changes.

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

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

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

  5. 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.

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.