Gaming TV resolution
In terms of resolution, OLED and QLED panels are currently what’s considered top-tier for gaming TVs. This all feeds into a feature known as High Dynamic Range or “HDR”, where OLED TVs produce can produce much deeper blacks and QLED TVs (the Q stands for Quantum) takes the vibrancy of displayed colours to another level. Both advantages are only really noticeable when compared side-by-side with a standard LED but should appeal to those craving the best viewing quality. All PS4s and Xbox Ones can take advantage of HDR, while only the mid-step models are 4K-ready at present.
Gaming TV screen sizes
The sky is the limit these days in terms of how big a size your gaming TV’s screen can be. This makes sense when you consider that most TVs need to be viewed from multiple angles, but when used for games specifically, a large size helps contribute to a truly cinematic feel. These days, gaming TVs can range anywhere from 30 to 80 inches. The bigger the screen, the higher the price is generally – especially if you factor in advanced tech like 4K output and a high refresh rate.