Vizio TV 2020: Every V-Series, M-Series, P-Series and OLED TV lineup has Lastly Arrived this Year

Vizio’s complete 2020 TV lineup has lastly arrived, bringing new versions of the popular V-Series, M-Series, P-Series and its first-ever OLED Series to the fray. It’s a large collection this year that runs the gamut of sizes and specs and will have one thing for each type of TV purchaser – effectively, nearly any sort of buyer.

Lacking from this year’s lineup is 8K TVs. That’s as a result of Vizio focuses on providing quality TVs at inexpensive costs and whereas there’s a number of high-end units within the vary, most of what you’ll see this year are 4K HDR TVs that value under $1,000 instead of monstrously costly 8K sets.

A great example is the new OLED Series that, actually, could possibly be the most affordable OLED ever launched in terms of store cabinets later this year and the brand new variations of the Vizio P-Series Quantum X that is one of the brightest TVs accessible to shoppers at a fraction of the price of Samsung’s QLED screens.

Vizio TV 2020 technology

The biggest addition to Vizio’s audiovisual arsenal in 2020 are its new OLED TVs which might be coming later this year in two sizes – 55- and 65-inches. Not only are they the first the company has ever produced, however at simply $1,299 for the 55-inch version, but they may also stand to be the most affordable OLEDs available on the market.

We’ll see what LG and Sony should say about it once we get the ultimate pricing on the LG BX OLED and when the Sony A8H will get its first inevitable worth drop, however proper now issues look promising for Vizio.

Admittedly, though, 90% of the TVs Vizio is making for 2020 are still LED-LCD with full array lighting. Vizio is likely one of the few firms that tell consumers precisely what number of distinction management zones go into every of its TVs making it easy to foretell what sort of distinction to anticipate, which is one thing we really appreciate.

New Vizio TVs for 2020

Vizio OLED (H1 Series)

The Vizio OLED might be one of the vital thrilling TVs of the year. It guarantees to decrease the worth of OLED screens by no less than $300 right here within the US in case you plan on shopping for a 55-inch model, and much more when you’ve got your eye on a 65-inch display screen dimension.

When it comes to specs, the Vizio OLED will use Vizio’s new IQ Ultra image processor and help VRR as much as 120Hz. Vizio says the TV covers 98% of the DCI-P3 shade space – however, is restricted to solely around 800 nits of peak brightness.

US Model Names: Vizio OLED55-H1 ($1,299), OLED65-H1 ($1,999)

Vizio P-Series Quantum and P-Series Quantum X (Q9-H1 and QX-H1)

On the prime of Vizio’s LED-LCD offerings are the Vizio P-Series Quantum and Vizio P-Series Quantum X that are returning for his or her second consecutive year.

The P-Series Quantum X is definitely the extra formidable of the 2, particularly contemplating its crazy peak brightness, and will be accessible beginning in June for $1,499. You’ll have three sizes to select from (65-, 75- and 85-inches) and all of them use the new IQ Ultra image processor and VRR as much as 120Hz. The 65- and 85-inch TVs hit 3,000 nits peak brightness and use 384 or 792 native dimming zones respectively, whereas the 75-inch model solely reaches 2,800 nits with 480 native dimming zones.

Stepping down to the common Vizio P-Series Quantum, you’ll nonetheless get the IQ Ultra picture processor and VRR as much as 120Hz, nonetheless you’ll take a massive hit by way of brightness (they’re just one,200 nits) and native dimming zones (200 or 240, respectively, for the 65- and 75-inch sizes). That mentioned, the common P-Series Quantum is cheaper than the P-Series Quantum X, and it can save you about $300 by choosing the lower-specc’d displays.

All of the TVs within the range apart from the 85-inch P-Series Quantum X shall be available in late June and the latter shall be accessible within the fall around the time of the Vizio OLED.

US Model Names: Vizio P65QX-H1 ($1,499), Vizio P75QX-H1 ($1,999), Vizio P85QX-H1 ($2,999), Vizio P65Q9-H1 ($1,199), Vizio P75Q9-H1 ($1,699)

Vizio M-Series (Q8 and Q7)

As you step additional down the lineup, issues become much more sophisticated – for instance, like last year you’ll discover two totally different variations of the M-Series which might be wildly totally different. Each only have a 60Hz native refresh charge and use the IQ Lively picture processor, but that’s the place the similarities end.

US Model Names: Vizio M55Q8-H1($549), Vizio M65Q8-H1 ($749), Vizio M50Q7-H1 ($399), Vizio M55Q7-H1 ($499), Vizio M65Q7-H1 ($699)

Vizio V-Series

In case you missed the memo, the V-Series stands for the worth. It’s Vizio’s catchall time period to explain any TV that it looks like fits into that framework, and therefore is comprised of plenty of totally different fashions, all of which use full array lighting and the IQ Lively processor.

The good news is that every one the TVs under help 4 sorts of HDR (HDR10, HDR10+, Dolby Imaginative and prescient and HLG) and whereas they’re not the most superior by way of specs, affords a 70-inch screen dimension that’s solely $659 brand-new. It’s a loopy deal and is out there starting in the present day.

US Model Names: Vizio V405 ($229), Vizio V435 ($279), Vizio V505X ($299), Vizio V555 ($339), Vizio V585 ($349), Vizio V605 ($399), Vizio V655-H9 ($469),  Vizio V705-H3 ($659), Vizio V755-H4 ($799).