Best 55 Inch TV in India (2019) under Rs 50,000 (including 4K Smart TVs)

best 55 inch tv under rs 60000 in india

Looking for the best 55 inch LED TV in India?

A 55 inch TV is usually the largest affordable size for personal use at home. Be it gaming, watching sports, or movies, 55 inch TVs are usually the best at offering any of these experiences. In fact, a 55″ television has almost 22% more viewing area than a corresponding 50″ television.

To help you decide your purchase, we’ve put together the list of the best 55″ LED TVs under Rs 60,000 in India. These include both smart TVs and regular televisions of 55″ size from reputable brands and includes models that have 4K (UHD) resolution. Actually, times have changed and most of these models offer Ultra HD 4K resolution. Most of these also offer a response time of 8ms, which is good enough for gaming. We’re only covering models that offer at least 300 nits of brightness.

Also, check the list of best 50 inch LED TV in India and the top ten 42-43 inch LED TV in India. The list covers both smart TVs and non-smart ones. So here goes the list.

 

These are the best 55 inch TVs in India (2019) under Rs 50,000:

 

TCL 55P65US LED TV

TCL 55P6US

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 139cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    HDR Pro
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Custom
  • Memory
    N/A
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi
  • Audio
    8W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    14.7kg
Pros and Cons
  • Audio

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Kodak 55UHDXSMART 4K LED TV

best 55 inch led tv - Kodak 55UHDXSMART 4K LED TV

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD, 3840 x 2160, 140cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    No
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
  • Brightness
    550 nits
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android 5.0
  • Memory
    8GB storage
    1GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, Ethernet, WiFi
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2017
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • Brightness

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Thomson UD9 55TH1000

Thomson UD9 55TH1000

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 140cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    HDR10
  • Brightness
     450 nits
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android based
  • Memory
    8GB storage
    1GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    N/A
Pros and Cons
  • Brightness
  • HDR 10

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MarQ 55SAUHD

MarQ 55SAUHD

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 140cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    Yes
  • Brightness
     350 nits
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android 8.0
  • Memory
    16GB storage
    2.5GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    14.4
Pros and Cons
  • Android 8.0
  • RAM

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Mi TV 4X Pro

best 55 inch led tv - Mi TV 4

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 139cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    HDR10
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android 8.0
  • Memory
    8GB storage
    2GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2019
  • Weight
    13kg
Pros and Cons
  • HDR 10
  • Android 8.0

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Vu Pixelight 55-QDV

Vu Pixelight 55-QDV

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 138cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    HDR10
  • Brightness
     450 nits
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Opera OS
  • Memory
    4GB memory
    1GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2019
  • Weight
    17kg
Pros and Cons
  • Brightness
  • HDR 10

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Vu Premium 55-OA Smart TV

Vu Premium 55-OA

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 138cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    HDR10
  • Brightness
    450 nits
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android 8.0
  • Memory
    16GB storage
    1.75GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    3 x HDMI, 2 x USB
  • Audio
    10W x 2
  • Launch year
    2019
  • Weight
    14kg
Pros and Cons
  • Android 8.0
  • HDR 10

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TCL L55P2MUS LED TV

TCL L55P2MUS

DISPLAY
  • Display
    Ultra HD (UHD), 3840 x 2160 (4K), 139cm (55) LED
  • HDR
    HDR Pro
  • Brightness
    N/A
  • Refresh rate
    60Hz
SMART TV
  • Smart TV
    Yes
  • OS
    Android
  • Memory
    16GB storage
    2.5GB RAM
OTHER DETAILS
  • Ports
    4 x HDMI, 2 x USB, WiFi
  • Audio
    8W x 2
  • Launch year
    2018
  • Weight
    1kg
Pros and Cons
  • Android
  • Audio

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Suggestions:
If you usually use a TV for only normal TV viewing, 1080p TVs are more than adequate. Given the lack of 4K content, spending the extra money for a resolution that you won’t even use doesn’t make much sense. However, if you game on your consoles (PS4 Pro or the Xbox One X only) or have a high-end PC that you connect to your TV, we suggest get a 4K TV. The extra resolution is worth it.

Some of the manufacturers offer identical specifications for the same price. We would ideally pick the cheaper one if the manufacturing year is the same. Usually, there’s some advancement in the panel technology every year, so in case they are from different years, we’d prefer the newer one. However, it’s not always the case and the benefits are not that great. We advise going for the newer one if the price gap isn’t too great.

Also, those looking for a 5 year investment should also consider a 4K TV given that they are more future proof. Now, HDR might not matter on a 1080p TV but it sure does matter when you’re getting a 4K TV. No, it’s not got anything to do with the resolution, just that buying a 4K TV without HDR doesn’t make sense. If you’re future proofing, why not do it properly? Most of the 4K content comes with HDR anyway and it makes a difference. However, HDR TVs are priced higher than the non-HDR ones. Also, don’t get fooled by marketing spiel around HDR. Only go for HDR10 if you must. HDR Pro can read HDR inputs correctly but cannot replicate each and every detail due to limitations on the hardware side.

Also, look for TVs with HDMI ARC if you plan to plug in a home theater system. Otherwise, you’d be stuck with 2.1 support on an aux cable. Also, there’s not much of a difference in real life between 16W and 20W audio unless you plan to set the volume to max on your television all the time.

Lastly, the refresh rates are more of a market gimmick. The two rates that are usually standard are 50/60Hz and 100/120Hz. Everything above is generally a lie.