Top 4 best budget TVs for watching the FIFA World Cup 2022

Want to have fun? Buy a new TV

Cricket and Football discussions are constituting a major portion of most conversations these days, if you don't know why, you may just skip to the good part further down where we have compiled a list of affordable televisions. But if you know why then you would also concur there is nothing more enthralling than watching a dibbly-dobbly bowler ruining the game of his own team positioned in opposition to the one you’re supporting. En passant, there is one factor that can take the excitement up a notch – a new television and a games night to flaunt the cool features of the new television. 

While we can help you with the options that don't drill a hole in the pocket, you’ll have to fend for snacks and drinks yourself.


Oneplus Y1S Pro | ₹ 29,999

The Y1S Pro is OnePlus’s most budget friendly telly. It has a 43 inch 4K UHD display and offers 10-bit color depth. It also comes with MEMC technology for the fast moving images so rest assured bicycle kick or a chip shot won't lose its thrill. An interesting feature about this television is that it can be controlled with your smartwatch or smartphone via the OnePlus Connect 2.0. The Android TV also has chromecast and Miracast with the option to cast two smartphones together. There is a new OnePlus TVs' Game Mode that enables users to connect their gaming console to the television via HDMI. It comes with Dolby Audio and includes two full-range speakers with a total output of 24W so you can listen to what’s playing even while you are at your neighbour’s (wink wink).

You can read the full review of Y1S Pro here. 


Xiaomi X50 | ₹ 31,999

A part of Xiaomi’s budget-oriented X series, this Android TV has a 4K LED panel with the brand's proprietary Patchwall which puts all the content in one place with a universal search and smart home accessory control. This television looks quite chic with thin metal bezels and all connectivity on one side. The Xiaomi X50 uses Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG to handle high dynamic range content. The television has a clean, distortion-free sound and goes plenty loud.The suite of DTS sound enhancements adds weight and the Virtualizer makes it sound much larger too. What’s best about the Xiaomi X50 is its fantastic price. 

You can find the full review of Xiaomi X50 here.

VU Masterpiece Glo 55 | ₹ 74,990

This television by VU, first of all, is quite pretty. Finished in an Armani Gold that exudes luxury, it brings together outstanding build, finish and coherence that is better than most of the competition. Even the usual chicken-leg table stands are made from metal here and cut into scalene triangles that lift up the frame and emphasise its bezel-less design. Even its aluminium remote control looks sleek and slender. The QLED panel gets enhancements such as full-array local dimming for even more defined contrast and deeper blacks, Dolby Vision IQ and HDR 10+, 800 nits of peak brightness and 120Hz refresh rate to support the latest gaming hardware. 

You can find the full review of VU Masterpiece Glo 55 here.

Xiaomi Vision | ₹ 89,999

Xiaomi, with its Vision TV, repudiated the common belief that OLED televisions come with a hefty price tag. Priced at a relatively low cost, the Vision TV doesn’t really compromise on any basic parameter. The 55in display is coupled with HDR 10+, HDR 10, HLG and Dolby Vision IQ format support to achieve better colours. Even though Xiaomi hasn’t revealed the peak brightness of this OLED, the brand claims its brightness can drop to as low as 0 nits to achieve deeper blacks. There’s a 30W 8-speaker system with 4 active and 4 passive drivers (radiators), and of course Patchwall. 

You can find the full review of Xiaomi Vision here.