Redmi TVs’ peak HDR brightness is 315 nits
OnePlus Y1S pro is above 400 nits
OnePlus is a clear WINNER in terms of brightness
Brightness is only a number. Good brightness does not translate to the best picture quality
That's why we will not consider this TV for further process
Sony X74K TV comes with 8 bit FRC IPS DLED panel with 340 nits peak HDR brightness
Redmi TV has 8 bit FRC VA DLED panel with 315 nits peak HDR brightness
Hisense A6H comes with 8 bit FRC VA DLED panel with 350 nits peak HDR brightness
Samsung Crystal Neo has 8 bit FRC VA panel with 330 nits peak HDR brightness
LG TV with 8-bit FRC IPS DLED panel has 350 nits peak HDR brightness
Except for Redmi TV, all other TVs have almost similar brightness around 350-360 nits which is good in this size and price range.
Sony X74K supports HDR10 and HLG, but its HDR10 performance is mind-blowing
Samsung Crystal Neo and LG UQ7500 do not support Dolby Vision
No TVs in this range show detailed content in 350-360 nits brightness:
Except for Samsung, all other TVs support HDR10. Samsung is the only TV that supports HDR10+
We played HDR10+ content and the result states-
The colors of all these TVs are slightly over-saturated
has a very close-to-natural color profile
has red and green as over-saturated colors
every color is a bit oversaturated
Green is over-saturated
has an over-saturated blue color
Based on our results
we can list them from most detailed to the least detailed TV amongst the list of best 43 inch 4k TV 2022
– Redmi TV comes with 30W bottom-firing speakers.
– Hisense A6H has 20W down-firing speakers.
– Samsung Crystal Neo has 20W down-firing speakers.
– Sony X74K has 20W RMS Full Range Open Baffle Speakers.
– LG UQ7500 comes with 20W down-firing speakers.