LG's CX OLED TV is the company's entry-level OLED TV range for 2020. The TVs will come in 48", 55", 65" and 77" size options.
LG's CX OLED TVs feature LG's latest 3rd-Gen Alpha 9 processor, which offers better HDR tone mapping and deep learning algorithms to improve picture quality. The TVs also offer NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility for gamers.
Sony' A8G is the company's mid-range 2019 OLED TV that is based on LGD's 55- or 65-inch 4K HDR WRGB panels. The A8G features Sony's X1 Extreme processor, Android TV, Sony's Acoustic Surface Audio (the entire screen is the speaker), 4K upscaling (X-Reality PRO) and Motionflow XR for smooth fast action.
Xiaomi's first OLED TV, the Master Series 65 OLED spots a 65-inch 10-bit 4K 120Hz WOLED panel, support for Dolby Vision, HDR10+, HDR and HLD, HDMI 2.1 and a 65-watt, 5-channel Dolby Atmos audio system.
Xiaomi's Master series 65 OLED is now shipping in China for 12,999 Yuan (around $1,850 USD).
Vizio's first OLED TVs, the OLED-H1 family use either 55-inch or 65-inch 4K 120Hz WOLED panels. The TVs are based on the company's own IQ Ultra Processor and feature support for AMD's FreeSync, HDMI 2.1, an eARC port and a super sleek design.
The Vizio OLED-H1 will start shipping in July 2020, for $1,300 (55") and $2,000 (65") - which makes these the lowest cost OLED TVs in the US.
Panasonic's HZ980, available in 55-inch and 65-inch, are the company's entry-level 2020 OLED TVs. The 4K TVs feature HDR10+, Dolby Vision, HLG and Dolby Atmos. The TVs are based on Panasonic's HCX Intelligent Pro processor and has a Netflix-calibrated mode.
The HZ980 will start shipping in Europe in July 2020.
Huawei's First OLED TV, the X65, uses a 65" 4K 120Hz 1000-nits LGD WOLED panel and is based on Huawei's own HongMeng Smart OS. The TV features a pop-up camera that can recognize gestures and a 14-speaker audio system behind the TV panel.
The X65 is currently aimed for the Chinese market, with a price of around $3,500. It will begin shipping by the end of April 2020.
Philips' OLED TV series for 2020, the OLED805 will be available in 55" and 65" sizes (4K LGD WRGB panels) and will feature an ultra-slim design, 3-sided ambilight, Android OS platform, backlit remote control and Philips' latest 4th-gen P5 AI processor. The OLED805 will support Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, HDR10+ and HLG.
Philips will also offer the OLED855 that comes with a chrome T-arc stand.
Sony's Bravia A8H OLED TV range are high-end OLED TVs that come in either 55" or 65" sizes.
The A8H series is based on Google's Android smart TV platform and features support for Apple AirPlay 2 and Homekit and Amazon Alexa. The A8H features Sony's Acoustic Surface and the company's X1 Ultimate picture processor, Pixel Contrast Booster and X-Motion Clarity. The A8H supports Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision standards.
The Sony Bravia A9S Master Series is the company's first 48" 4K OLED TV. The A9S is based on Google's Android smart TV platform and features support for Apple AirPlay 2 and Homekit and Amazon Alexa. The TV also features Sony's Acoustic Surface and the company's X1 Ultimate picture processor, Pixel Contrast Booster and X-Motion Clarity. The A9S supports Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision standards.
Sony did not yet reveal the price and availability of the 48" A9S OLED TV.