Sony introduced its 2016 lineup of TVs with improved picture, thinner bezels, and of course running Android TV, can be preordered begenning today. Arriving shrtly at retailers like Amazon and Best Buy next month. What exactly Sony TVs brings with it?
Details. Sony is putting emphasis on an improved HDR picture quality and the ultra-thin bezels in its top brands. Company taking up its proprietory technologies like X-tended Dynamic Range PRO and Triliminous Display, and the 4K resolution is of buzzwords, which has been “further enhanced for color accuracy” this year.
As far as Sony concerns that LG’s OLED panels can produce deeper balcks, but recently set up demonstrations to try out and show off those blacks come at the cost of colour detail and blown out highlights, the latter of which Sony’s TVs showed no signs of suffering from.
In 2016, Sony has came up with an all new and refresh idea; it’s a new way of backlighting certain models so that the Japanese Corporation can reach truely unreal dimensions. Slim Backlight Drive “uses a unique grid array local dimming and boosting backlighting structure to distribute the source more precisely to each and every zone of the screen.” Actually, such specific zone found on the X930D series, with the flagship 75-inch X940D using full-array backlighting.
Similar to last year’s Android TV sets, which is the underlying foundation of these Sony TVs, you can count on full support for Google Cast and experience the wide selection of apps from the Play Store. Pricing for a variety of models follows below.
XBR-55X850D, 55″ class (54.6″ diagonal), $2,499.99 MSRP
XBR-65X850D, 65″ class (64.5″ diagonal), $3,499.99 MSRP
XBR-75X850D, 75″ class (74.5″ diagonal), $4,999.99 MSRP
XBR-85X850D, 85″ class (84.6″ diagonal), $9,999.99 MSRP
XBR-55X930D, 55″ class (54.6″ diagonal), $3,299.99 MSRP
XBR-65X930D, 65″ class (64.5″ diagonal), $4,999.99 MSRP
XBR-75X940D, 75″ class (74.5″ diagonal), $7,999.99 MSRP
Sony is not playing for the bottom end of the market, though, that’s certainly Vizio’s territory. The company says its sets produce the best image quality in the television industry and that too when w talk about a 4K HDR Tv. Pretty soon, you’ll be able to sample those claims for yourself at your local Best Buy when they’re next to Samsung to compare with LG, Vizio, and all the rest.