Homes in 2022 have become increasingly adaptive with home offices, home gyms and even a home entertainment zone filled with some of the best at-home entertainment devices. And a massive LED screen is what holds it all together. If your at-home entertainment is looking for an added luxury, take a look at some of the most expensive TVs available in India.
Samsung The Wall – ₹3.5-12 crores
One of the most talked about televisions in the world, Samsung’s The Wall has quite an impressive resolution thanks to its massive size. It has a QLED display available in three different variations including 146, 219 and 292 inches that come with 4K, 6K and 8K definitions respectively. Accompanying these high resolutions is a clearer display, better contrast, and energy-efficient technology, with smart TV features like WiFi, Bluetooth and Miracastscreen Mirroring Support which allows users to screencast nearby devices with ease.
LG UH9809 – ₹1 crore
The world’s first ever 8K TV, the LG UH9809 is still one of the most talked about televisions in the world. Additionally, it was also the first smart TV with WebOS 3.0 system and MHL support that could create up to 120 frames per second on the screen. The TV comes with a 98-inch display screen with 8K resolution and 48-bit colour depth. Introduced for the first time at CES 2016, the manufacturer promptly fitted the 98-inch television with a retail price of 135,000 dollars which translates to roughly 1 crore.
Samsung UN105S9 Curved 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV – ₹89 lakhs
A massive 105-inch screen, Samsung’s UN105S9 LCD has a 4K resolution with impressive features like noise reduction, detail enhancement, signal analysis, and automatic depth analysis, which analyzes each image’s different areas and adjusts the contrast to an optimal depth of field. It also features UHD dimming which scans the number of zones across the entire image and adjusts brightness to deliver deeper darks and brighter whites. Additionally, the Auto Depth Enhancer analyzes the regions of each image and automatically adjusts the contrast for a greater sense of depth.
LG Signature OLED R 65 Rollable 4K Smart TV – ₹78 lakhs
Ever heard of a TV that unrolls and magically extends out of its base? Well LG’s Signature OLED R 65 Smart TV showcases this masterful creation. The rollable part of the TV comes from an OLED panel that can be rolled with just the speaker part remaining. The display can be rolled out in three different modes — Full View mode, Line View mode and Zero View mode. The TV boasts integrated 3D technology with a Dolby Atmos spatial sound for an immersive experience, and has a Quad Core Plus processor for a fluid browsing experience and also to stream content as well as multi-task faster. Gaming enthusiasts get the new Game Optimizer menu on LG OLED, where they can quickly select or switch between specialized gaming features and presets. Like most LG TVs, this one too features the Dark Room Mode, which when activated will adjust the picture’s brightness while maintaining the highlights and picture quality of the games.
Beovision Harmony 88″ – ₹24 lakhs
Bang & Olufsen has an impressive selection of TVs. Among them is the two-meter-wide Beovision Harmony TV which is built around the 2020 OLED 8k display from LG Electronics. Putting it into context, the screen has four times as many pixels as a 4k UHD screen and 16 times more than HDTV. The images on the screen are handled by the LG Alpha 9 Gen 3 AI processor, which uses upgraded processing power and artificial intelligence with deep learning algorithms to maximise image quality. The three-channel sound system has a built-in dual subwoofer, and can further connect to as many as eight wireless Beolab speakers, creating a 7.1 surround sound system.