Best LED TV Under Rs 50000
Within a budget of Rs. 50000, you can comfortably buy a 4k Ultra HD TV with screen size ranging between 43 to 55 inches. While brands like Sanyo and Vu offer 55 inch TV at less than Rs. 50k, ones like Sony offer 43 inch TV which has enhanced features and superior performance.
In this article, we take a look at the best LED TVs under Rs. 50000 from the more established brands as you can be rest assured of performance and durability.
Here is a quick look at top picks.
Which are the best LED TVs Under Rs. 50,000?
- Samsung 125 cm (50 Inches) Super 6 Series 4K UHD LED Smart TV UA50NU6100 (Black)
- LG 108 cm (43 Inches) 4K UHD LED Smart TV 43UK6780PTE (Black)
- LG 123 cm (49 Inches) 4K UHD LED Smart TV 49UK6360PTE (Black) (2018 model)
- Sony Bravia 108 cm (43 inches) Full HD LED Smart TV KLV-43W672G (Black)
- Sony Bravia 108 cm (43 Inches) 4K UHD LED Smart TV KD-43X7002F (Black) (2018 model)
- Samsung 108 cm (43 inches) 7 Series 43NU7100 4K LED Smart TV
- Panasonic 123 cm (49 Inches) Full HD LED Smart TV TH-49FS630D (Silver)
- Sanyo 138.8 cm (55 Inches) 4K UHD IPS LED Smart Certified Android TV XT-55A081U (Dark Grey)
Best LED TVs Under Rs. 50000
Samsung UA50NU6100 series, launched in 2019, has been receiving rave reviews. With UHD display, decent sound output and lag free smart experience, this TV is truly a delight for all. Let us take a look at the details.
As mentioned, the Samsung UA50NU6100 TV with 50 inch screen size has 4H UHD display of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
In addition, the TV also supports HDR content in HDR10+ and HLG format. This means that the TV has capability to display wider range of colors and has better contrast, which results in more life like display. But that it doesn’t have local dimming is unfortunate.
Note that, you will need high definition HDR content to really enjoy the outstanding display of this TV, which you typically get on Netflix, Amazon and Blu-ray discs.
We also recommend that you upgrade to HD set top box as you can’t really enjoy the real display prowess of this TV with standard definition content.
As with most TVs available in India, the refresh rate is 60 hz which is fairly decent for fast action movies and sports. Samsung also claims that you can enjoy lag free gaming with this TV.
Overall, most users are highly satisfied with the display quality of this TV.
The audio has standard 2 channel 20 W output. It supports Dolby Digital Plus, which means you get better surround sound immersive experience provided the content too supports it.
The sound experience is quite good for content from Netflix and Prime. But for standard cable TV content, owing to moderate content quality, you might not be able to have a real immersive experience.
The TV can also be converted to a virtual music system whereby you can play your favorite play lists.
Smart Features & Connectivity
The Samsung UA50NU6100 TV comes with Tizen operating system. Being custom made for Samsung devices, they are quite lag-free and seamless, provided your internet speed is good.
There are a lot of in-built apps including entertainment streaming apps like Hotstar, Netflix, Amazon Prime and Youtube. But as it is not an Android TV, you won’t have access to limitless apps that Play Store offers.
The TV also facilitates screen mirroring from laptop and mobiles phone. You can also store content on Samsung cloud and play them on your TV.
By installing SmartThings app, you can facilitate all smart features easily. It can also be used as your TV’s remote control as the one that comes along is too old fashioned.
Talking about the drawbacks, as mentioned, the remote looks quite boring compared to the TV. When LG provides voice control smart remote control, you can’t but feel Samsung’s remote to be grossly inadequate.
Next, the TV doesn’t have Bluetooth connectivity, which again means you can’t connect to your Bluetooth earphone or wireless-ly connect to external sound bars.
In terms of connectivity, the TV has 2 HDMI port and 1 USB port. So, take a count of what all you intend to connect to your TV to check if it will suffice or whether you will have to frequently meddle with the wires.
Though the TV has a few drawbacks, considering the amazing price, top quality display and smart features, it really is a worthy deal to check out.
Though the screen size is less than the former Samsung TV, it has some really cool features that makes an option worth considering. And to top it, the price comes to just about Rs. 45k only.
The TV comes with 43 inch screen size and 4K ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. It supports multiple HDR formats like HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro. So, the contrast is better and wider color range is displayed too, provided content is supported. As of now, only Netflix and Prime provides HDR content. HLG Pro is actually HDR for broadcast television. But unfortunately, none of the Indian channels support it.
A few users suggest that the blacks are a bit muted as the TV doesn’t have local dimming capability. But even so, its display is quite vibrant and vivid.
As with most LG TVs, the display is IPS panel. So, a wider viewing angle is possible. This feature is not seen in the previous Samsung TV.
The refresh rate of this TV is 50 hz which is a tad lower than the former Samsung. Even so, you don’t really find much lag while viewing high speed action or movies.
Most user reviews rate the display of this TV as above satisfactory.
The audio quality of this TV is a notch above the rest. With 35 watts sound output and built-in woofer that amplifies the sound and bass, the audio quality is best among the lot.
Also, LG uses the DTS Virtual X technology. Essentially, what it does is that a few speakers sound like a lot of speakers, thus providing multi-dimensional surround sound experience.
In fact, with this TV the sound experience is quite immersive that you don’t need to invest in an additional sound bar.
Additionally, the TV also supports 2 way Bluetooth connectivity. So, you can connect various devices including ear phones and home theatre system wirelessly using Bluetooth.
Smart Features & Connectivity
The smart features of the TV are quite a delight. The WebOS is fairly lag free, provided internet speed is good. Moreover, the AI ThinQ with Google Assistant recognizes voice commands fairly well. It can recognize English pretty well, but when it comes to regional language, there definitely is a scope for improvement.
As with most smart TVs, it facilitates screen sharing, cloud storage of photos and videos. Additionally, you can watch TV and have an in-screen display of your mobile too on TV screen to multitask.
Talking about entertainment apps, the TV has apps like Netflix, Prime, YouTube etc pre-installed. Plenty of other choices are available on their store too. In fact, the TV is Netflix recommended.
Something that you would really want to take note is LG’s Magic remote with pretty smart features. In addition to voice recognition, it has pointable mouse and click wheel. It looks pretty sophisticated too. But note that it costs about Rs. 7-8k. So take care while handling. It is also suggested that you buy this cover specifically designed for LG Magic remote.
Talking about the connectivity, the TV has 3 HDMI port and 2 USB port which is again better than previous Samsung TV.
Overall, given the price and if you are OK with 43 inch screen size, we highly recommend you to consider this TV. The after sales service of LG is also quite good in most cities.
The features and functionalities of this LG TV is quite similar to the previous one. It has a larger screen size of 49 inches and price is also obviously higher. But the catch is that its sound output is 20 W only, which is a tad inferior to the previous one.
But if that doesn’t matter much and you are more interested in a larger screen, you could definitely opt for this TV which comes with an amazing price tag.
Also check our article on Best 50 Inch LED TVs In India
Sony as mentioned earlier, offers televisions with top quality in terms of display, audio and durability. THis KLV-43W672G is no exception.
While there are a few TVs in this list with 4K UHD quality, the Sony Bravia KLV-43W672G comes with just Full HD display of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Even so, Sony combines a few technologies that make the display quite appealing.
The X-Reality Pro technology beautifully upscales every pixel by matching it with their extensive database to display visuals with utmost clarity and detailing. The technology efficiently differentiates noise from details, and then eliminates the noise and distortion and enhances the clarity of details.
Next, the HDR technology improves contrast and enables the display of a wider range of color palettes. This improves the vividness of display in such a way that color pops out and there is precise distinction between different shades of the same color. To further enhance the HDR effect, Sony uses Frame dimming technology which dims sections of the screen to enhance darkness and display deeper blacks.
Given the scarcity of 4K content, it won’t be much of a compromise settling for a Full HD TV, unless you are in to Netflix and Prime all the time.
The audio quality of the KLV 43W672G is also pretty good. The Dynamic Drive Speaker with full reflex bass has 20 Watt output through 2 channels. You can experience fairly good surround sound. Further, the ClearAudio+ technology provides sufficient distinction between human voice and background score in such a way that dialogues are pretty clear even when in heavy action sequences. Audio formats like Dolby Audio, Dolby Digital and DTS Digital Surround are supported by this Television.
Sony televisions have Linux based operating system. It is fairly smooth and lag free. Apps like YouTube, Netflix, Prime etc are pre-installed and you can also install various apps through their App store. In addition, you can also mirror content from mobile and laptop.
A drawback however is that the TV is not voice search enabled.
Overall, if you are looking for a durable TV and would be happy with Full HD display, then this option from Sony will not disappoint you.
While the former option had Full HD resolution, this option from Sony has 4K UHD display. Let us take a look at its features in detail.
Sony KD-43X7002F has 43 inch screen size and 4K Ultra HD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. It also has HDR technology which shows wide range of colors and better contrast. This ensures better life like visuals.
In addition, the 4K X-Reality Pro technology enhances each pixel thereby improving the overall picture quality.
The refresh rate of the TV is 60 hz. But Sony uses its proprietary Motionflow XR technology whereby it adds additional frames for smoother display without any blur.
The combination of these technologies make Sony display notches above the rest.
The TV also supports HDR gaming through Play Station 4.
Though the sound output of this TV is 20 Watts, Sony uses numerous technologies to enhance the audio quality. The bass reflex speaker provides rich, deep sounds that have enhanced clarity and bass. Next, the clearaudio+ technology provides better differentiation between dialogues and background music for better clarity. All together, the surround sound effect and clarity provides quite an immersive experience.
Yet another unique feature of this Sony TV is the utilization of DSEE ( Digital Sound Enhancement Engine) technology which enhances the quality of audio received through internet which usually doesn’t sound great. Thus, no matter the source, you can be rest assured of the audio quality of this TV.
The linux based OS of this Sony smart TV is fairly good. Lags are minimal and the inter phase is overall seamless. Apps like YouTube, Netflix, Prime, Big Flix and Sony Liv are in-built. In fact, the remote has dedicated buttons for Netflix and YouTube. In addition, you can install various apps through their Opera Store too.
Internet access is available through in-built wi-fi and you can also connect from your mobile network by USB tethering.
As with all smart TVs, options like screen mirroring is available and it is pretty much glitch free too.
Talking about connectivity, there are 3 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports which is pretty sufficient for plugging in all external devices at a go.
A few other remarkable features of this TV include clean cable management whereby the cables are neatly arranged in a channel to avoid dangling wires between your TV and stand. Also Sony’s X-Protection Pro technology protects your TV against power surges and excess humidity.
Though expensive, this TV is quite worth it considering the superior display that Sony Bravia is known for.
If you are looking for a 4K smart TV, then you could consider this option from Samsung which has been receiving highly positive reviews from users.
As mentioned, the TV comes with 4K UHD resolution of 3860 x 2160 pixels. Being equipped with HDR and PurColor technology, you can be sure of having better quality visuals too. While the PurColor technology improves the color range that can be displayed on screen, the HDR technology enhances the contrast. Thus blacks appear dark and deep, while whites are brighter. Colors are vivid and vibrant too. Additionally, the UHD dimming technology also dims sections of screen so that blacks and contrasts are more pronounced.
Compared to the cheaper brands, Samsung has better upscaling technology which up-converts the incoming signal to near 4K resolution. So, you can be assured that the visuals are vivid, clear and of comparatively higher quality resolution irrespective of the content. That being said, if you want to enjoy real 4K display quality, you will have to opt for Netflix or Prime content streaming or play Blu-ray discs.
The Samsung 7 Series 43NU7100 has pretty decent audio quality too. The 2 channel speakers have a total sound output of 20 W. It also supports Dolby Digital Plus for better bass and surround sound experience.
That being said, if you are an audiophile, this would be the best TV to connect to a sound bar as it supports Multiroom link whereby you can connect to speakers placed across the home wirelessly to enjoy a real surround sound experience.
The smart features of the Samsung 43NU7100 are pretty dope. The hardware including Quadcore processor ensures navigation, streaming and gaming are seamless and lag free. Samsung also takes care to update software regularly for enhancing user experience.
All popular video streaming apps like Netflix, YouTube, Prime are pre-installed. Numerous regional apps are available on Samsung’s App Store too. You can also cast videos from your mobile and laptop to the TV.
Samsung’s SmartThings app is quite user-friendly and easy to navigate. So is their browser. Through the app, you can control your TV from your mobile phone too.
The only drawback we can find is that it doesn’t support voice control navigation.
To connect to external devices, the TV has 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports.
Overall, if you are someone who values excellent picture quality and want fairly good audio and smart features, you will be quite happy with this TV.
While rest of the TVs in this list have 4K resolution, this offering from Panasonic is a full HD only. But what made us add this to the list is the amazing reviews it has been garnering. Let us delve in to the details.
The Panasonic TH49FS630D has 49 inch screen size with full HD resolution. As it has IPS panel, you can be rest assured of a wide viewing angle, making it apt for wide living rooms.
Additionally, the HDR technology improves the contrast and displays a wider range of colors, thus ensuring better life like visuals. Also, the Hexa chroma drive pro technology displays CMY ( Cyan, Magenta and Yellow) in addition to primary RGB ( Red Green Blue) colors, thus being able to recreate real colors better.
Panasonic claims BMR ( back light motion rate) of 800 hz. This in no way should be compared to the refresh rate ( which usually falls in the range of 50-60 Hz for most Indian brands). That being said, blurs or lags aren’t found in this TV even while watching fast action movies or sports.
Though a Full HD, users are quite satisfied with the picture quality of this TV. Moreover, if you look at it, most DTH provide just full HD content. So, even if you don’t have 4K Ultra HD, you are not at much loss.
With 35 watt sound output and a powerful woofer, you can be assured of top notch sound quality. The woofer is able to recreate deep bass that results in excellent sound reproduction. Clarity and differentiation between dialogues and BGM is also pretty good.
Also, thanks to Bluetooth Audio link, you can connect to earphones or devices of your choice without having to meddle with wires.
The smart features of this Panasonic TV include Swipe and Share, screen mirroring etc. Apps like Netflix, and YouTube are pre-installed. Additionally, you can download various apps too.
For connecting to external devices, the TV has 3 HDMI port and 2 USB ports.
Overall, it is one of the smarter choices you can consider within a budget of Rs. 50k.
If you wish to buy a larger screen Television on a budget, then Sanyo XT-55A081U could be a pretty good option to check out.
The TV comes with 4K UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and an IPS display panel that facilitates wide viewing angle. Additionally, it supports HDR content which ensures bright vivid colors and better contrast. Most users are of the opinion that the picture quality is pretty decent. If you connect to streaming apps like Netflix, you will be quite happy with the visual richness.
However, when it comes to SD content through your set-top box, you might notice occasional blurring and distortion. This is because the 4K upscaling technology of most budget TVs are not as great as a Samsung, LG or Sony. So, do not expect that kind of perfection. But considering the price, it is quite worth it.
The audio quality of the Sanyo XT-55A081U is just about satisfactory. It has 20 W output and supports Dolby Digital format. Thanks to HDMI sound out, you can connect your external sound bar through HDMI port to enjoy higher clarity and better definition sound quality.
The Sanyo TV runs on Android platform and is Android certified. All Google apps are pre-installed and the operations are pretty much seamless.
Video on demand apps like Netflix, YouTube, Hotstar are available. However, there seems to be some problem running Prime. Similarly, though you can run Netflix, it says the TV is not completely optimized for Netflix.
Gaming is pretty good. Mirroring through the built-in Chromecast is also lag free. Voice recognition is also fairly efficient.
Overall, except for troubles with Prime, the smart features are pretty good.
To connect to external devices, the TV has 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports.