Best overall

Samsung Q7F

Samsung Q7F

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The 7QF ($1,597.99) is a solid piece of kit. Ignoring the QLED marketing jargon, this 4K HDR TV series is a good option for Xbox One X (and Xbox One S) owners to enjoy 4K gaming. This doesn't offer the best visual quality on the market, but at this price point, it's not meant to. The best part is the Q7F will not destroy your bank balance.

Bottom line: A well-priced panel that cries out for an Xbox One X and some 4K gaming.

One more thing: The external connection device for this TV means you can better manage all the cables going into the set.

Why the Samsung Q7F is the best 4K HDR TV for the Xbox One X

The Samsung Q7F series offers incredible visuals and is ideal for taking advantage of the Xbox One X capabilities.

Now that the Xbox One X is available for purchase, it's time to start thinking about 4K and HDR to take gaming on Microsoft's console to the next level.

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The Q7F replaces the MU6300 as our best overall recommendation for the Xbox One X, though the TV is actually a successor to the KS7000 series. Priced at around $1,597.99 for the 55-inch variant, it's not only larger (and considerably more expensive) than the 44-inch Samsung panel we previously listed but also sports some more advanced features and Samsung's own QLED technology.

As well as 4K and HDR10 support, this display series from Samsung sports said QLED technology for satisfying visuals and solid levels of contrast and brightness. Not only do movies and media come to life on-screen, but also characters and action from the latest games. The tech allows Samsung to produce some seriously dark blacks too.

The company also added a few unique features to the TV, including an external connection device. Instead of plugging countless cables into the rear of the TV, this little device acts as a bridge between the set and the rest of your media hardware. Not only does this make managing cables that little bit more convenient, but also means you have easier access to ports.

Available in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch configurations, the Q7F is a highly recommended purchase for anyone looking to pick up an Xbox One X, or an S for media consumption. We'd recommend you go for the 55-inch variant unless you have the desire (or the free space and cash) to go with the larger panels.

Best OLED

LG C7

LG C7

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The C7 series ($1,796) of screens by LG is part the company's 2017 lineup of displays. This panel (available in both 55- and 65-inch variants) is perfect for the living room and the Xbox One X. HDR, 4K, fast processor for interactive content, Dolby Atmos, and OLED technology ensure you're investing in a great entertainment experience.

Bottom line: OLED technology, sharp picture, solid visual experience. Well worth the asking price.

One more thing: LG TVs are powered by the webOS operating system, previously used by HP on smartphones.

Best Value

Sony X900E

Sony X900E

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The highlighted 120Hz refresh rate sported by the Sony X850E ($1,798) is great for content that supports it, especially when it comes to smooth and responsive gaming. For the price, Sony has packed in some serious internals like local LED dimming that make a notable difference.

Bottom line: A superb mid-range TV that offers great value for money.

One more thing: Sony has Android running on this series that opens up connectivity with Google's ecosystem.

Best Premium

LG G7

LG G7

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If money happens to be no issue, then we'd recommend the LG G7 ($4,996), the company's flagship signature screen. This 65-inch display is gorgeous and super-thin, and the overall package is aesthetically pleasing. From the glass-bordered bezel to the superb integrated soundbar, this premium signature TV truly brings HDR and 4K content to life thanks to the excellent picture quality. It's seriously jaw-droppingly good.

Bottom line: If you have more money than sense, the LG G7 is the perfect addition to any home.

One more thing: Input lag can be an issue for hardcore competitive gaming, but this can be considered a worthy compromise for that picture quality.

Best Budget

TCL S405

TCL S405

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If you happen to be on a tighter budget, the TCL S405 ($349.99) is an option worth considering. The display will not be as bright as more expensive TVs, nor will the included HDR support provide a viewing experience that matches them in quality, but for just shy of $350 you really can't grumble. And the panel offers low levels of lag input, which is ideal for gaming. Just don't expect anything special.

Bottom line: It's an okay, cheap 4K HDR TV.

One more thing: Roku TV is also present for access to various media services.

Conclusion

The Samsung Q7F offers impressive visuals at a somewhat affordable price. There are better televisions available (even from Samsung itself), but you'll be heading into the $2,000 territory and beyond. 4K HDR is becoming more accessible to gamers with reduced pricing on cheaper TVs like the TCL S405, perfect for anyone looking to move into 4K without spending too much.

Best overall

Samsung Q7F

Samsung Q7F

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The 7QF ($1,597.99) is a solid piece of kit. Ignoring the QLED marketing jargon, this 4K HDR TV series is a good option for Xbox One X (and Xbox One S) owners to enjoy 4K gaming. This doesn't offer the best visual quality on the market, but at this price point, it's not meant to. The best part is the Q7F will not break your bank balance.

Bottom line: A well-priced panel that cries out for an Xbox One X and some 4K gaming.

One more thing: The external connection device for this TV means you can better manage all the cables going into the set.


Updated November 6, 2017: The Samsung Q7F is now our best overall recommendation.