Expensive, luxury and top television brands are now becoming the trend in every household. A house would always seem incomplete without a television in it.
Television is more than a mass medium for transmitting information, It’s one of the biggest forms of entertainment, education, news, politics, gossip, and advertising. However, most television can come at an exorbitant price.
Here is a list of the top 20 most expensive television in the world.
20. Sony xel-1- $2,500
The XEL-1 is the world’s first organic light-emitting diode (OLED) television, designed by Sony in 2007 and produced for sale the following year.
It was also the world’s thinnest television during its production, at 3 mm. It has a screen size of 11 inches with a native resolution of 960×540. As the screen is too thin for I/O ports and buttons, Sony has connected the screen to a non-detachable base that contains it.
The top of the base has 2 speakers and the power, volume, channel, input, and menu buttons, which are backlit, so the symbols and abbreviations change when the XMB interface is accessed. The back of the panel has a DMeX service input, a 16-volt DC input, a VHF/UHF/cable input, a Memory Stick slot, and two HDMI inputs. On the left side of the panel, there is an analog/digital audio output.
19. Samsung Q950TS -$13,000
Samsung manages to infuse life into the screen by developing a technology that allows the picture to escape into the room. The display boasts 8K image quality and has a resolution of 33 million pixels to give you the best image quality.
The other features that come with it include a game booster and a voice-activated amplifier coupled with a stunning design this luxurious television can fit in any corner of the house.
18. LG Signature ZX 88 Inch Class 8k smart OLED TV – $29,999
LG SIGNATURE’s OLED TV ZX received prestigious awards during 2020 CES, recognized for its excellence in design and technology.
Signature ZX 88 InchOLED 8K TVs exceed the strict requirements established by the Consumer Technology Association to define the new generation of 8K products.
With over 100 million self-lit sub-pixels on an ultra-large screen, LG OLED 8K TV delivers more detail than ever before. Using deep learning algorithms, LG OLED 8K transforms 2K or 4K content into the most life-like 8K picture by enhancing detail and definition.
Enjoy much clearer text and images with reduced noise and enhanced sharpness.
17. Samsung UN85S9AF 85 Inch 120KHz Ultra-Smart 4K 3D LED TV – $40,000
The Samsung UN85S9AF is one of the smartest TV out there, Samsung tried something different and came up with this LCD masterpiece that comes with an excellent display resolution and an amazing sound system.
Another feature of this TV is that you can connect your phone with it and run apps like Netflix and Vudu on it.
16. Panasonic TH-103PF12U -$50,000
Standing at a gigantic 103 inches, this Panasonic product has a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels which provides razor-sharp images.
It has a contrast ratio of 40,000:1 and an aspect ratio of 16:9 which further enriches the viewing experience. The TV set comes with a 3 years warranty which will ensure your TV runs for a long time.
15. XBR-98Z9G Z9G Master Series LED 8K – $59,000
This television has a resolution of nearly 4320 pixels that takes picture viewing to another level. Some of the other features that this product possesses include acoustic multi-Audio, picture processor X1 ultimate, back-light master drive, S force front surround, and Dolby audio.
14. Samsung-98 Class Q900 Series LED 8K UHD Smart Tizen TV – $59,999
It’s a 98 inches display that includes facial and audio recognition features. Along with it comes its 8K resolution and an incredible processor which provides you the most stunning picture quality and the clearest of sounds.
The Quantum HDR 32X will make your colors feel as real and beautiful as it gets.
13. Panasonic TH-103PF9UK Discontinued – $70,000
Panasonic TH-103PF9UK Discontinued is 103 inches in size but has a few variations with it. It has a contrast ratio of 4,000:1 which makes every image crisp and clear.
The television can easily be connected to a PC and has an advanced dual picture mode which furthers accentuates every frame that you view.
Coming with a 3-year warranty it makes sure that your TV is nothing less than durable.
12. Panasonic TH-103VX200W – $100,000
Ultra high-end screens represent the pinnacle not just of plasma tech, but also of active shutter 3D.
At this price it ruddy should be, of course, but everything is here for a cutting edge installation: advanced color management, 16 memories for picture settings, customizable inputs (up to six HDMI inputs and RS232 for integrating it into a control system), and, most importantly, 3D crosstalk reduction tech and a 30-bit color processor.
11. Samsung UN105S9WAF -$120,000
The silver-colored television set speaks luxury with a curved AMOLED display, Samsung takes television viewing to another level by making sure no inch of the screen is spared to give you the best picture quality.
Its size is 104.6 inches and is fitted with PurColour technology that brightens the color in the frame. The inbuilt speaker is placed in front which provides crystal clear audio to the listener.
The in-built WiFi feature, 3D technology, and Game Mode make this smart TV a lot smarter.
10. Panasonic Keymat Yalos Diamond – $130,000
Priced at $130,000 the Panasonic Keymat Yalos Diamond is a thing of beauty due to the amazing level of detail in the making.
The frames of this TV are all black with diamond-shaped spots that perfect the look.
Viewing the Keymat Yalot Diamond from afar makes you think you’re looking at a jewelry box. The diamonds are partly responsible for that, but so is the white gold plated stand.
This TV is truly one straight out of the movies, and you’ll rarely see it in the homes of ordinary people.
9. BeoVision 4 -103 – $136,000
One of the world’s largest available flat-screen TVs with its 103 inches, the Beovision 4-103 comes with an elegant and minimalist design, featuring a cool price tag of $140,000.
It also comes with a super-advanced and unique motorized stand that will leave you stunned with its show-off capabilities.
The Danish company Bang & Olufsen also brought harmony between the TV’s picture and sound, pairing it with two of their incredible speakers, to create not just a wonderful product, but an amazing audio-visual experience.
8. Samsung UN110S9VFXZA -$150,000
it’s a 4K UHD TV, and features an impressive 3840x2160px resolution and a 240 Hz refresh rate for its huge 110-inch screen.
With its rich features, including too many USB and HDMI ports, this massive TV is sure to impress its next owners and empty their pockets at the same time with its high price.
7. Sharp LB-1085 – $160,000
Launched in 2008, the Sharp LB-1085 was made with extreme durability in mind. It was designed for 24-hour use and rugged operating conditions in commercial spaces.
It features a 108 inch LCD screen with a Full HD resolution which has low-reflection technology to deliver a fine image in basically any lighting conditions.
What’s more important, its 176-degree viewing angle ensures that images can be seen clearly from almost any angle. Although we can consider this TV is quite old, its price tag is still a substantial $160,000.
6. Samsung 85U9B Bendable UHD TV -$260,000
This is the most expensive Samsung TV to have ever been made, Samsung’s 85” U9B Bendable UHD TV, where the flat screen becomes a curved screen with just a simple touch of a button.
Samsung unveiled its 85” U9B Bendable UHD TV CES 2014. Samsung’s 85” U9B Bendable UHD TV is the world’s first and largest UHD TV that transforms from a flat panel to a curved TV design with a touch of a button.
5. Panasonic TH-152UX1 -$500,000
With a huge 152 inch screen, Panasonic’s half million dollars TV offers a mesmerizing experience with stunning features that can beat up any cinema.
It has a 4K 3D Plasma Display which delivers smooth, vibrant colors, across the entire screen and reproduces rich textures through a newly developed technology, so you can watch your favorite movies in their original colors.
4. C Seed 201 – $680,000
its weight (almost one and a half tons), has a High-Resolution Retina LED SMD 201 inch display and it’s specially designed for those who want to have an outdoor cinema back in their garden.
The Porsche Design Studio created a stunning underground storage station which at the push of a button rises like a monolith and unfolds into 7 massive LED pannels, transforming into one of the largest outdoor LED TVs.
If that didn’t impress you so far, add the 780,000 LEDs, the 12 broadband speakers, and 3 sub-woofers, Or the $680,000 you need to buy it.
3. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Edition – $1.5 Milion
The third TV on our list comes from none else but the renowned British designer Stuart Hughes. It’s not big as the other competitors, with its 55-inch display, and it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles as the more impressive TVs out there.
It’s only clad in 18k gold, covered in diamonds, gemstones, and alligator skin.
2. Titan Zeus – $1.6 Million
With a name to remember and a size that would make an elephant look small in comparison, The Titan Zeus is currently the largest TV in the world.
It has a screen size of 370 inches and you might need to expand your house or backyard since you would need to be 50 feet away to fully enjoy the image.
The TV comes with some interesting features, including motion tracking, touch-sensitive technology, and even a dynamic CGI aquarium, which turns the TV into a giant fish tank.
1. Stuart Hughes Prestige HD Supreme Rose Edition – $2.26 Million
Number one on our list is another Stuart Hughes ultra-fancy product. It’s basically the 55 inch TV at number 3, but covered with a lot more gold, 28 kilograms of 18k rose gold to be precise, more precious stones, some Sunstone and Amethyst, and of course, the alligator skin.
The price tag of $2.26 million makes it the most expensive TV in the world right now