4K TV Cyber Monday 2018 – LG OLED, Samsung QLED, Sony Bravia & More

Find the best deals on cell phones online on Cyber Monday 2018. Funtober will be tracking all of the online sales and price discounts at major websites which are available on the Monday after Thanksgiving. If you are looking to buy a cell phone over the holiday weekend, stop back to see what we have found!

4K and HD TV Cyber Monday Deals:

We will post them here when they are available.

Here are a few of the 4K TVs that we will be tracking prices on:

Samsung QLED Deals: We also expect that the Samsung QLED TVs options will be popular ones over Thanskgiving weekend. You can enjoy the latest features and innovations with a QLED TV, which uses quantum dot technology to bring enhanced picture quality and color brightness. Samsung is a South Korean multinational corporation headquartered in Seoul. It was founded in 1938 and has approximately 500,000 employees around the world.

LG OLED Deals: LG is a South Korean multinational electronics manufacturer established in the 1950s that now employs more than 80,000 people worldwide. It is headquartered in Seoul. LG C8 OLED TV is the 4K HDR Smart OLED TV with AI ThinQ that has been called one of the best performing televisions to date and a picture quality that beats all competitors. Prices are typically starting around $1800 and going up from there. LG B8 TV is the cheapest OLED TV, undercutting the C8.

Sony Bravia Deals: Sony is Japanese multinational corporation with its headquarters in Tokyo and a diverse manufacturing business in consumer electronics products. The company employs more than 100,000 people worldwide. Bravia is a brand of Sony TVs. It stands for “Best Resolution Audio Visual Integrated Architecture”. All high definition, flat panel LCD TVs from Sony have had the brand label since 2005. The Sony OLED televisions are sold under the Bravia name.

Sharp Aquos Deals: Sharp Corp. is a Japanese multinational company that designs and manufactures electronics products. It employs more than 50,000 people worldwide and is now a part of the Taiwan Foxconn Group. The Sharp AQUOS has a 8K UHD that will overwhelm you with its high resolution and ability to turn images into reality. Samsung calls it regsolution “so high, it looks like the real thing.” It provides a resolution that is 16 times that of full HD. It also comes in 4K to capture real beauty. The technology brings you a larger color palette, a color optimiser to adjust displayed colors to those naturally detected by the human eye, and a tone optimiser to improve color levels compared to regular displays.

Vizio TV Deals: Vizio is the manufacturer of a number of TVs, sound bars and wireless speakers. Its new smart TVs use the Vizio SmartCast technology. It is a leading HDTV brand and is headquartered in Irvine, California. Its mission is to deliver high performance, smart products. Vizio makes a P-Series, M-Series, E-Series and D-Series 4K Ultra HD TVs ranging in size from 24 inches to 75 inches.

Element TV Deals: Element Electronics offers a line of affordable, state of the art smart TVs and HD TVs. The company is based in Winnsboro, SC and manufactures its televisions in the United States by American workers. They will no doubt be on sale again over Thanksgiving weekend for shoppers who are looking for a gift for themselves or a member of their family.

Hisense Deals: Hisense is a consumer electronics manufacturer that calls itself the biggest company you’ve never heard of on its about page. It is the third largest TV manufacturer globally and the largest in China from 2001 to at least 2015. Last year, Hisense released its 100 inch 4K Laser TV last year for $9,999. The device uses a short-throw projector to display eight million or so pixels on a 100 inch projection screen. It includes a built-in TV tuner, smart TV interface, and speaker system from Harman Kardon with wireless subwoofer and two projection box based speakers.

Cyber Monday became the moniker for this huge shopping day in 2005 when it appeared in a Shop.org press release. In 2017, shoppers spent more than $6.5 billion dollars in purchases in the largest shopping day in US eCommerce history. Please stop back on the weekend after Thanksgiving to see the start of the online sales that are available on televisions online.