Samsung’s 65-inch ‘The Frame’ smart TV is currently $300 off, along with the best 65-inch TVs in 2022



Looking to upgrade your TV and think big while you do it? Check out the best 65-inch TVs of 2022 (according to reviews), including TVs from top brands like Samsung, LG, sonyand Amazon. Lots of them are on sale now, including Samsung’s bestseller 2022 “The Frame” Smart TV.

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Samsung 65″ “The Frame” 4K QLED TV, $1,700 (regularly $2,000)

65-inch Insignia Class F30 4K UHD Fire Smart TV: $400 (was $570)

65-inch Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 4K Smart TV, $500 (was $830)

A 65-inch TV can be an eye-catching addition to your home. TVs are big enough to make an impression on game days and family movie nights.

Samsung recommended viewing distance for 65 inch TVs is 6.5 feet. If you sit closer to the TV than that, you might want to downsize. Or, if you have a larger living room where you sit farther from the TV, you might want to make it bigger – most manufacturers now make TVs up to 85 inches. Check out our guides to the best 55-inch TVs and best 75 inch tvs for additional sizing options.

While some smaller TVs are still made with HD resolution, most 65-inch TVs will support 4K resolution or higher. That’s not the only upgrade you’ll get over older TVs – these updated models all offer superior picture qualities and audio capabilities. Many of these TVs also support voice control and have an integrated Smart TV interface.

Check out our top picks for the best 65-inch TVs of 2022 to find the one that best suits your TV needs.

Best 65-inch TVs from Samsung, LG and more

Check out the best 65-inch TVs based on reviews and consumer reviews.

Samsung 65″ 4K QLED Smart TV “The Frame”: $300 off


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Samsung’s 2022 “The Frame” is currently $300 off at Samsung.

Samsung’s “frame” is one of the hottest TVs of 2022 – it’s hugely popular with CBS Essentials readers. This TV can turn into a work of art when you’re not streaming your favorite TV shows. “The Frame” smart TV has a built-in motion sensor that displays your favorite artwork in 4K resolution every time you walk into the room.

This QLED TV produces 100% color volume in the DCI-P3 color space (this is the format of most cinema screens and HDR movies for TV). This means that the colors of this TV will be vivid and true to life.

65″ Samsung “The Frame” 4K QLED TV, $1,700 (usually $2,000)

The 2021 model of “The Frame” is also available at a reduced price.

65-inch Samsung “The Frame” 4K QLED TV (2021), $1,600 (was $2,000)

65″ LG OLED B1 Series Built-in Alexa 4K Smart TV

LG OLED B1 Series Built-in 4k Smart TV with Alexa


This 4K smart TV with built-in Alexa has a 65-inch OLED screen. LG TV automatically adjusts your viewing and audio settings to provide the best viewing experience, no matter what you’re watching. It’s also a popular choice for gaming due to its 120Hz refresh rate and game mode feature.

65-inch LG OLED B1 Series Built-in 4K Smart TV, $2,297

Insignia 65″ F30 Class 4K UHD Fire Smart TV

Insignia 55 inch Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD Smart Fire TV

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The 4.6 star Insignia 4K TV with built-in Fire TV and DTS Studio Sound is an affordable TV that offers voice control with Alexa. Reviewers praise this TV for its impressive 4K UHD picture quality. This TV is compatible with Amazon Fire TV, providing access to thousands of apps, channels and streaming services including Apple TV+, Disney+, Hulu, Netflix, Prime Video, Sling TV and YouTube.

65″ Insignia Class F30 Series LED 4K UHD smart Fire TV, $390 (reduced from $570)

65″ LG OLED C1 4K Smart TV


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The 65-inch LG OLED TV C1 series is another top-rated option from LG. The smart TV integrates Google Assistant and Alexa. It currently has an impressive 4.8 star rating on Amazon.

Unlike LED and QLED TVs, OLED TVs do not have a backlight layer. Instead, each pixel is its own tiny LED light that can independently adjust brightness and even turn off completely. Because each pixel works independently, the TV delivers elite picture quality and the darkest shadows. OLED TVs also tend to be ultra thin. The LG set shown here is just 1.8 inches thick.

65-inch LG OLED C1 4K Smart TV, $1,597 (was $2,500)

LG NanoCell 90 Series 65″ Smart 4K UHD TV


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This LG TV features a next-generation processor and screen that gives your picture crisp detail and improved contrast and color. The TV is a great choice for gamers: it’s FreeSync Premium compatible for real-time action with a smooth 120Hz refresh rate. The TV’s Game Optimizer feature provides easy access to all your favorite gaming settings. The LG 90 series TV also integrates Google Assistant and Alexa.

65-inch LG NanoCell 90 Series 4K UHD Smart TV, $897 (was $1,400)

Sony Bravia XR 65″ OLED TV



The 65-inch Sony Bravia XR OLED TV features a cognitive processor to deliver intense contrast with pure blacks, high peak brightness and natural colors. Thanks to its Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology, the screen is the speaker. This smart TV comes with access to Google TV and works with most voice assistants.

65-inch Sony Bravia XR OLED TV, $1,798 (was $2,300)

65″ TCL QLED 6 Series with 4K resolution

TCL 65


If you’re already used to a certain interface, switching can be tricky, especially if you’re not particularly tech-savvy. Fans of the super simple Roku platform will appreciate this TCL model with an integrated Roku system. Plus, the image quality of this 6-series model is stunning for its money. Right now on Amazon, the 65-inch model is down 33%.

65″ TCL QLED Roku 6-Series with 4K resolution, $950 (reduced from $1,500)

65-inch Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 4K Smart TV: $500



This 65-inch Amazon Fire TV delivers 4K UHD resolution display and enhanced color and clarity with Dolby Vision. The TV also supports voice control with Amazon Alexa.

65-inch Amazon Fire TV Omni Series 4K Smart TV, $700 (was $830)

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