4K UHD HDR TVs - Ultimate list

Updated on Apr 8 2017

This list is a work in progress like our infamous 1080P 60 Fps PS4 games. Here I'm compiling the TVs fully compatible with HDR10 (native 10bit)by year and manufacturer at one place.This'll be super helpful to anyone looking for a fully compatible TV for PS4 Pro (and Xbox One S) HDR gaming. I'm updating this list often when new TV's are out. If you came across any, let me know as well to include it in the list. I'm also a compiling a list of  monitor with HDR10 in the near future (at this point only one monitor is 10bit (sharp), and it's not available to consumers yet.)
Update : New HDR 10 monitors list is in work. I'm making a big guide on it for easy comparison.What detailes you wanna see for comparison?

If you want me to add any particular details> let me know!




*2017 Model TV's* 

LG - Model Year 2017 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
W7 (OLED) NA NA
 B7  (OLED) NA NA
C7 (OLED) 21.1ms 8.9
E7 (OLED) 21.1ms 8.9
SJ9500 NA NA
SJ8500 NA NA

Samsung  Model Year 2017 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
Q9 NA NA
Q8 NA NA
Q7F 24.4ms 8.4
Reserved NA NA
Reserved NA NA
Reserved NA NA

Sony Model Year 2017 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
A1E (OLED) NA NA
X940E NA NA
X930E 25.8ms 8.6
X900E 34.1ms 8.5
X800E NA NA
Reserved NA NA

Hisense Model Year 2017 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
H8D NA NA
H9D NA NA
Reserved NA NA
Reserved NA NA
Reserved NA NA
Reserved NA NA

Sharp Model Year 2017 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
P9500 NA NA
P9000 NA NA
P8000 NA NA
P7000 NA NA
100H10D  NA NA
Reserved NA NA


Panasonic - Model Year 2017 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
EZ1000 (OLED) NA NA
 EZ950 (OLED) NA NA
EX750 NA NA
EX700 NA NA
EX600 NA NA
Reserved NA NA


*2016 Models*
The below TVs passed the 4K checks 

*4K UHD
*Native 10bit (10-bit color)
*HDR10 standard




SONY - Model Year 2016 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
XBR - Z9D 45 ms NA
XBR-X940D NA NA
XBR - X930D 58.8 ms 6.9
XBR - X850D 57.4 ms 6.6
XBR - 800D 33.3 ms 7.9


Samsung Model Year 2016 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
KS9800 NA NA
KS9500 20.6 ms 8.6
KS9000 20.6 ms 8.6
KS8500 19.2 ms 8.6
KS8000 21.1 ms 8.2


LG - Model Year 2016 4K + HDR Lag  Rating
OLED E6 36.8 ms NA
OLED G6 NA NA
OLED B6 28.5 ms 8.9
OLED C6 36.5 ms 6.6
UH9500 61.1 ms 7.9

Vizio
P series (C1) (8.2) (?? ms)


13 comments:

  1. Hi,
    Thanks for the great list!
    I need to update my TV since the old one is not working that great.
    The thing is i'm considering the LG B6 considering Price and what it offers. I will be gaming on it using PS4 PRO so it has to be good for both games and video.
    Considering B7 is coming out soon do you think i should wait? i dont see much in term of improvement since B6 got firmware update which improve input lag considerably. Also i'm guessing B7 will be more expensive.
    Any tips? I could also consider LCD but i dont find anyone as good in this price range. I dont like to gamble with edge lit LCD thanks to light bleed and the ones that are full array are more expensive then B6 or same level.
    Please help me decide :D

    Cheers.

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    1. B7 upgrade seems marginal. Not worth picking up till end of the year 2017.Price will only match the current price of B6 at that time. It'll be expensive upon release. Better get B6.B6 input lag is decent. its' 28.5ms now :). I need to update it to match main guide.
      There's new panasonic OLED Tv's EZ1000 and EZ950 announcement today as well.

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  2. Thanks Admin. Also considering if its worth to get the E6 which is made with glass.

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    1. yeah, if you want 3D, E3 is a choice. None of the 2017 OLED TV has 3D. LG dropped it

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    2. Tried the 3D at my friends house and it was not so bad :)
      The stores are out of stock right now so i will have it once it comes to store. Seems to be a popular model :)

      ps. why am i shown as unknown? i logged into my google account. Seems something is wrong with the chat.

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    3. Yup. Its a popular 3d model. :) Don't know why its shown unknown. Change profile name?

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  3. I think the profile name issue might be that i have 2 profiles at google. I do have a profile name but your page might not be able to select one of them and as a result shows unknown, just a guess.

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    1. May be. I'm using default blogger comments system. They updated the platform 2 or 3 months back.Possibly a bug

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    2. Perhaps.
      Just got my LG E5 a few days ago and its really great. I'm still not used to the Movie setting where the light is lower and colors are much warmer but i think i get used to it. I played with some custom settings using ISF mode and its not bad. Then i change to Game mode and its goes to a much brighter color so its a bit strange changing between these 2 modes. I tend to watch movie and plays PS4 Pro and switch between them :D
      Just wish there was a shortcut i could set on the remote to switch between my picture mode. Its a little bit of hassle to change picture mode i think. But the TV is just amazing and the input lag i keep hearing is not there. I play Nioh right now and its just great, no issue as far as i can tell.

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    3. Glad you enjoyed it. Good luck with the set!

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  4. rtings.com shows the samsung ks8000 with a 4k HDR lag of over 37ms. Where are you getting 21.1ms from? Has there been a firmware update?

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    1. Rtings shows 4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4 + 8 bit HDR as 37ms.
      4k @ 60Hz + HDR input lag is 21.1ms. Former only important if you use it as a PC monitor with graphics card (HDR supported)

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