Just to make you aware, @gavs82008 is unable to answer your questions as being part of any trial means taking a vow of secrecy, namely an NDA. Although you don't physically SIGN one it is part of the T&Cs upon being accepted onto a trial. Breaking it can lead to expulsion from any trials you may be involved in.
This Samsung set, not quite 2019, but only released in November 2018, is still current in their range, so I think it just about squeaks in under your criteria:-
43” may well be the new 32”, but nobody told our bedroom 😳
No wonder I’m wanting to keep our 2012 32in Samsung (HD and 3D!) in the other bedroom alive with a smartness transfusion from a Roku Stick......
Now TV have introduced Now TV Boost,
You have an option to start 7 day free trial.
After 7 days a Sports Pass with Now TV Boost:
Sky Sports Day Pass + Now TV Boost - £12.99
Sky Sports Week Pass + Now TV Boost - £17.99
Sky Sports Month Pass + 7 day Now TV Boost free trial - £33.99
Now TV Boost auto-renews at £3 a month if you have an active Month Pass
Good to know - You won’t be able to get a Now TV Boost free trial if you only have a Sky Sports Day or Week Pass on your account
Enjoy full HD and Dolby 5.1 surround sound on up to 3 devices at once. Available on selected content and devices only. HD not available on Hayu or Fox. Cancel anytime. See https://help.nowtv.com/article/what-is-now-tv-boost
Keep in mind - You’ll need a minimum internet speed of 12Mbps to stream in 1080p
If you are prepared to stump up the extra £3 for a Boost Pass and have a suitable Boost supported device then you can watch NowTV in 1080p.
I believe out of the live channels only Fox is not broadcasted at 1080p when using a Boost Pass.