The Best TV Brands in Nigeria


Buying a new TV can sometimes be very challenging, especially if you are someone who does not have a preference. With a variety of models out there to choose from, settling upon one that is right for your home would seem like a daunting task. But this doesn’t have to be the case.

We are here to help by highlighting a few of the very best TV brands available in Nigeria today. From smart designs to artificial intelligence, every brand has developed its way of getting a hold of the market. Below are some of the the ones you should look out for while shopping for your next television.


TCL Television

We are aware that there are a handful of brands in the TV market space that you need to avoid, but with TCL, you are never going to go wrong. You may have heard a lot about this amazing brand. If you love sharp, crisp and colorful displays, you would surely fall in love with TLC’s range of TVs at first sight. For some years, the brand has been growing in strength, so it would not be a bad decision if you go for a TV by TCL. Click here to find more TCL products on Jumia at budget-friendly prices.


Bruhm Television

Bruhm has built a name for itself with its brand of TVs and their excellent picture quality. They might not be a dominant player in the TV market right now when compared with the likes of Samsung or LG, but they are one of the brands that will interest you with their affordable lineup. Recently, they released their range of 4K TVs for the Nigerian market, including a couple of OLED models that will satisfy your viewing pleasure with outstanding picture quality. Their TVs are of high-quality and pretty beautiful right out of the box, so anyone of their UHD, QLED, OLED and 4K TVs would be just right for your living room. Click here to find out more about other available products on Jumia.


LG Television

LG is a household name and known for its superior TVs. Their range of OLED, QLED, and smart TVs are widely considered to be one of the best on the market for a few years now. These screen technologies are considered superior to LED and LCD technology. If you are looking at deriving the utmost satisfaction when you watch your TV, then any of their 4K, QLED or OLED displays will be just perfect for you. We know LG TVs don’t come cheap but they are worth the money if you are looking for something high-end. Browse through some of the LG products here.


UKA may be new to the Nigerian market but they still make some of the best affordable TVs you can find. If you are thinking of where you can find one, do not fret as you will get one at Jumia. If you are also looking at getting a large screen TV at bargain prices, UKA has you covered with its lineup. They don’t only produce sleek TVs that punch above their weight, they also compete favorably with industry leaders with a low-cost range of products. Click here to find one that fits your budget.


Samsung Television

Samsung is a manufacturer of top-quality thigh-end TVs that are beautiful and at the same time affordable. They are leaders of the television market space and their TVs are some of the best you can find. If you love their range of TVs, then you might want to check out their LED, OLED and UHD models. Their QLED technology is the one to beat on the market as they are one of the best you can find out there. View more Samsung TVs here.


Hisense Television

Hisense has grown to become a global force and has penetrated the Nigerian market with a massive range of affordable products. If value is your thing, then you must take a look at Hisense TVs when next you are planning on upgrading your home entertainment. They have come a long way in the past few years, with the company owning a significant market share in Nigeria. Their range of TVs are value picks, and they will worth considering if you are thinking of getting a TV. Find out more about a wide range of low price Hisense TVs.

These are just some of the television brands available in Nigeria today. For these and even more brands, be sure to visit our Televisions category on the Jumia website.