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Samsung RU7300 vs Sony 850 series (2018)
Sony X850 55" (2018)
While the Samsung RU7300 65" makes for a fairly good TV for people with a $710 budget, we weren't able to find enough data on the Sony X850 55" (2018) to come to any reliable conclusions.
In either case, we suggest that you look at some other options before committing to one of these.
If you'd nonetheless like to learn more about the Samsung RU7300 65" and Sony X850 55" (2018), however, we wrote a summary of what we know about them:
The reviewers at Rtings have featured the Samsung RU7300 65" in their Samsung RU7300 TV Review roundup. However, it fell short of making it to the top of their list.
Taking a look at the Sony X850 55" (2018), it got featured in roundups from two reliable sources that conduct their own testing - Rtings and TrustedReviews - but it fell short of earning a top spot in either.
We conducted an analysis of all of the review data that we could find on these two products. First, we focused on sources that tested and rated both of them, like Rtings, and learned that they all showed a preference for the Sony X850 55" (2018).
Then we took a look at the highest review scores that these two TVs received. We found that the Samsung RU7300 65" managed to earn a rating of 6.8 from Rtings, whereas the Sony X850 55" (2018) got its highest, 7, score from reviewers at Rtings.
Lastly, we compared their average review performance to that of the rest of their competition and found that neither option got received particularly well. With an average rating of 6.8 out of 10, the Samsung RU7300 65" performed similarly to most other TVs on the market - the overall average review score for this product category being 7.7 - while the Sony X850 55" (2018) did worse than most, with its average of 6.3 points.
There's one caveat here - a direct Samsung RU7300 65" vs. Sony X850 55" (2018) comparison might not be entirely justifiable due to the difference in their pricing and the fact that some sources tend to give lower ratings to cheaper products because they don't take value for money into account.