CES 2020: Sony Launch New 8K LED + 4K OLED Bravia
Sony has today announced five new TV’s to their lineup including a brand new 8K LED and the latest OLED BRAVIA.
Unveiled at CES 2020, Sony has launched the new Z8H 8K LED, X95H, X90H and X80H 4K LED televisions as well as the A8H OLED BRAVIA TV.
Pricing for the X800H will range from US$700 for the 43-inch model, with the 85-inch setting consumers back US$2700, although Australian availability and pricing are not yet available.
Starting with the star of the show, Sony’s 8K Z8H LED TV incorporates a plethora of new technology innovations to not only output quality 8K images but to completely revolutionise your cinema experience.
Featuring a new Frame Tweeter that vibrates the 85-inch frame of the TV to emit sound straight from the screen.
The addition of the Google Assistant firmly positions the Z8H in the centre of your connected home, making it more than just a source of entertainment.
AirPlay 2 and HomeKit functionality has also been included allowing users to control their 8K LED TV via their smartphone or smart assistant.
Utilising the Picture Processor X1, the Z8H outputs ‘crisp high contrast images’ supported by Full Array LEDs for more realistic peak brightness, accurate shadows and deeper blacks.
The X95H, available in either 75, 65 or 55-inch models, is Sony’s best-ever 4K LED TV, utilising the same X1 processor as the Z8H, plus X-Wide Angle technology for better image quality at all angles.
With its flush surface and bezel-less look, the X95H is sure to an immense upgrade to any home entertainment setup.
Also included in the new LED TV lineup is the X90H (available in either 85, 75, 65 and 55-inch), with slightly fewer features as the X95H, but still with the same TRILUMINOS Display technology.
The X80H 4K TV, available in either 85, 75, 65, 55 and 45-inches, appears to be Sony’s entry-level model for the new range.
Sporting a 4K HDR Processor X1 and X-Balanced speakers (except the 45-inch model).
The brand new A8H OLED Bravia TV, available in either 65-inch or 55-inch models, features X-Motion Clarity technology to produce a brighter and clearer picture.
All models unveiled by Sony include support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, as well as quick access to content via Android 9 Pie.
Ambient Optimisation has also been added that automatically adjusts picture and sound quality to match the ambient environment.
Aki Hosoda, Head of TV, Sony ANZ, has defined its next generation of TV’s as being a personalised, immersive and incredibly true-to-life experience’.
‘The fundamentals that Sony has kept at the core of its BRAVIA range’.