By John Archer,Nick Pino

Most of us would rather have a 65-inch TV than a 32-inch one. However, reality often gets in the way.

If you’re looking for a second bedroom TV or just don’t have much room in your home, a 32-inch set can still be the best choice. Even in 2018.

There are no ultra-high-end 32-inch TVs. You won’t find any with OLED panels or 4K resolution, but you don’t have to trade away the basics either.

Unless you’re shopping with a rock-bottom budget, you can get a model with 1080p resolution, great image quality and smart TV. Some even offer newer features like HDR.

The issue: there are lots of 32-inch TVs out there. And some of them are not great.

Our TV experts have tested and researches the best options, whether you’re in the US or UK. And, the best bit, they are cost just a fraction of the price of a giant OLED TV like the LG OLED C7.

VIZIO is one of the biggest TV manufacturers in the US, but it hasn’t nailed the art of TV naming with the D32X-D1.

While the name might not exactly jump out at you, VIZIO’s small screen has a lot going for it – including a full 1080p resolution and an app tray full of the most popular streaming services including Netflix, YouTube and Hulu. We’d recommend plugging-in some speakers if you can, as the integrates ones are not great.

Samsung has been a leader in the 32-inch screen space for years. Its top of the line modelis is the UN32M5300.

Why? It offers full 1080p images and its Tizen operating system for a price that most folks can afford. This grants access to loads of apps, and the TV’s built-in Wi-Fi stops you from having to plug it into your router.

Sure, the UN32M5300 doesn’t have the most connections in the world, with just two HDMIs. But hey, the small compromises are absolutely worth it.

The LG 32LJ610V is a bit on the ugly side by 32-inch TV standards, and it uses an IPS panel, making it a bad option for dark room environments. IPS TVs have great viewing angles, but worse contrast than ones with VA panels.

However, its picture is bright enough to stand out in light rooms, and best of all its webOS smart TV system makes it fantastically easy to use. Two out of three isn’t so bad, right?

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Via:: Techradar