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Best 4K TV 2016: 12 Best UHD TVs in 2016

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Hisense LTDN50K321UWT

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Reviewed by John Archer

10 November 2015

Hisense LTDN50K321UWT

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Key Features:

  • 50-inch flat 4K TV
  • 4K Netflix and Amazon on-demand
  • Direct LED lighting

There are quite a few 'budget' 4K TVs knocking around, but the Hisense LTDN50K321UWT is the only one we'd recommend you buy. Its speakers are so-so and the viewing angle is quite narrow, but the picture quality is excellent for the money.

It's even quite a good looking TV considering how cheap it is and it doesn't skimp on the number of HDMI ports (four). Access to 4K Netflix and Amazon services seals the deal, ensuring you can start watching 4K video from day one.

Price: £490

Buy Now at Amazon.co.uk from £289.99 (40 inch model)

At time of review the Hisense LTDN50K321UWT was available for £500.

Our Score:


Prem Desai

December 18, 2015, 7:13 pm

Really want to get the Sony. However, I'm not sure if it's worth holding on for Dolby Vision (HDR?).

Hank Marvin

May 24, 2016, 8:36 pm

I have had the Sony 65kdx9305c for 11 months. worst TV I have had. don't get me wrong when it works its great.
it just does not work well a lot of he time.
stability poor
picture stutters every day and need a reboot
it has corrupted 3 USB pen drives (2 were brand new)
needs to boot on a regular basis due to various issues. lots more wrong with it.

I suggest keep away from Sony. they can't fix these faults. well they have not done after 11 months

Anton B.

June 12, 2016, 8:38 pm

Seriously? A 40" UHD TV even gets mentioned? To experience 4K on a 40" TV you have to sit one foot or closer to the TV: A 40" UHD TV is basically fraud.


August 27, 2016, 5:58 pm

you don't experience 4k on UHD tv's.

Anton B.

August 27, 2016, 7:11 pm

You "don't experience DCI 4K" since the horizontal resolution of DCI 4K is 4096 and UHD is 3840. However, the only difference perceivable by a user is the aspect ratio, not the resolution. The human eye perceives resolution (sharpness) in moving imagery (within reason) through the vertical resolution (the number of lines of resolution) and not through horizontal resolution. In other words, since UHD and DCI 4K have the same vertical resolution of 2160 pixels, they have the same sharpness when watching movies.

BTW, both DCI 4K and UHD is considered 4K.

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