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You’ll have an idea of what it’s like to be on the receiving end of so many people storming in for the greatest TV deal.

To be honest, I don’t blame them. Processors aren’t as exciting as features like HDR, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos — which are fantastic to have and discuss — but they won’t matter if the TV is slow to react and upscales poorly.

If you’re familiar with computer processors, you’ll be well-versed in TV processors.

When you upscale an image from HD to 4K, for example, the processor will require a specific set of instructions to clean it up.

The graphics are gorgeous, so it’s definitely worth your time to take a closer look. Similarly, the color palette is vibrant, which should appeal to every sort of personality and taste.

Manufacturers haven’t always made it simple to tell which processor is in a given TV, and they don’t often provide the specifications of those processors so that we may compare them.

What we can do, thankfully, is compare processors from the same range of TVs.

The Samsung Q8F series of OLED televisions, for example, features the company’s first quad-core processor. The majority of budget brands, like Insignia, Hisense, Toshiba, and Onn, make it extremely difficult to determine which CPU is inside their TVs by using vagueness in their specs sheets.

The Xperia XZ2 Premium has a wide-angle rear camera that can capture some of the best photos on social media, thanks to user-friendly features like bokeh and artificial intelligence. (Bokeh is an effect that makes your subject stand out more.

Finally, and this will sound a little self-serving, read professional reviews for any TV you’re thinking of purchasing.