The next-generation consoles, the PS5 and Xbox Series X require a better TV with HDMI 2.1 support. This enabled displays to hit those higher frame rates and higher resolutions. The PS5 and Xbox Series X promise up to 8K resolution and 120 FPS. But both do not go hand in hand. You can either pick the higher resolution or, the higher frame rate. That makes 4K TVs the sweet spot for the PS5 and Xbox Series X.


With the introduction of the next generation of consoles, several TV makers have announced TVs with support for HDMI 2.1. We will limit our recommendations to 4K TVs in this article as 4K 60 FPS will be the sweet spot for the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. Not to mention that the 8K TVs that are available on the market right now are not what you would call cheap and will not be affordable for most of the public. Here we will look at some of the best 4K TVs you can buy for the Xbox Series X and PS5 in 2023.

Best 4K TVs For Xbox Series X And PS5

The following are some of the best 4K TVs with next-generation features, such as HDMI 2.1, that you can buy right now:

LG CX 65″ 4K Smart OLED TV (Best High-End TV For PS5 And XSX)

This is an OLED display, so you get those deep blacks and intense immersive colors when gaming or consuming content. This is a thin display with very narrow bezels, which makes it appealing to look at and increases immersion when playing games or watching something.

This display is G-Sync compatible if you are interested in hooking it up with your PC, which makes it the ultimate TV for gaming. The stand is made of metal which makes it solid and feels premium. The contrast is the central selling point of OLED TVs, which you really need to experience in person to see the actual benefit and the visual improvements.

The TV has a couple of USB 2.0 ports, HDMI 2.1, HDCP 2.2, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, and even ethernet. The display supports Dolby Vision, and with HDMI 2.1, you can hit 4K 120 FPS in games that are optimized to hit that higher resolution and frame rate.

TCL 65″ 6-Series 4K QLED Smart TV (Best Budget TV For PS5 And XSX)

This TCL TV is also skinny, and while it does have a bit of a chin, the bezels are pretty thin. I have the same series model but a smaller size at home, and I have been using it for a while now without any issues. This is a great option to consider for the price as it has a very competitive price tag compared to the other models we have on this list.

This is a QLED that uses Quantum Dot technology and features HDR. THX Certified Gaming Mode ensures improved response time and reduces input lag. I could play Destiny 2 at 4K 60 FPS on my gaming PC. Note that this display does not feature HDMI 2.1, so it cannot hit 4K 120 FPS.

That might not be a deal-breaker for everyone. Note that not all PS5 and Xbox Series X games will natively hit 4K 120 FPS. I imagine that only a few of them will be able to hit that level of performance. If you are fine with 4K 60 FPS, which I have no issues with, then this is an option you should consider. If HDMI 2.1 is something that you want to hit 4K 120 FPS, then there are other options, but they all come at a higher cost.

Sony X900H 65” 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (Best Mid-Range TV For PS5 And XSX)

The Sony X900H is another great-looking TV with narrow bezels and a slim design. It is going to look really good mounted, but you can also have it on a table. The TV features AndroidTV, so you can use different apps such as YouTube and Netflix to watch content without connecting to other devices.

The TV is also compatible with Alexa, so you can use the digital assistant to power the TV on and off and use other voice commands to play something you are interested in watching or listening to.

This TV does have HDMI 2.1, so you can hit 4K 120 FPS in games that support it on the Xbox Series X, PS5, or PC.

Samsung 65″ 4K Ultra High Definition Smart QLED TV 

Samsung is known for making some of the best displays in the business, and this TV is no exception. Not only does it have a slim design and narrow bezels, but it also has a cool stand that gives it a floating look. This is one of the higher-end models that Samsung has to offer right now.

This is not an OLED TV, but it has Quantum Dot technology, so you get vivid colors that increase the immersion when playing games. The appeal of the TV is natural, and it looks clean even when turned off. The stand is tiny so you can have this large display on a smaller table compared to other models.

HDMI 4 is 2.1, which enables it to output 4K 120 FPS with a variable refresh rate via FreeSync. G-Sync might be a feature on the device later on, and we cannot rule it out at this point. The operating system is similar to the previous ones, and Bixbi and Alexa are built-in. The menus are great to use and navigate, but the navigation is not as smooth as we would like. The sound is better than the previous version but adding a sound bar will go a long way.

These are some of the best 4K TVs we can recommend for the PS5 and Xbox Series X in 2023.