Ever since Sony debuted their 2021 TV product lineup at CES 2021, we have been eagerly waiting to hear how much these new models will cost and when we can lay our hands on them. Today, we got the first of these details: Sony priced the 55- and 65-inch sizes of its flagship A90J Master Series 4K OLED TVs, as well as its 55- and 65-inch X80Js, a compelling 4K LED. Has announced. TV.
Obviously, a lot is missing here, such as Sony’s Monster 8K Master Series Z9J, and its more affordable A80J OLED TVs, but we expect these details within the coming days, so from the end of the month for more prices Please check back with us first. And availability dates.
2021 Bravia XR Master Series A90J 4K OLED TV
For 2021, Sony has largely rolled out its OLED game with the Master Series A90J, a 4K OLED TV that has increased brightness and contrast compared to the company’s 2020 lineup. Sony is grading all its flagship TVs under the “XR” moniker with a new suite of processing technologies. Spearheading XR Tech is Sony’s cognitive processor XR, which it claims “can understand how humans see and hear to deliver pure black, high peak brightness and sharp contrast with natural colors.” Meanwhile, the XR HDR Remaster takes an object-oriented approach to enhance images, adjusting the hue, saturation, brightness, and motion vector for each on-screen object.
With the new XR technologies, Sony has moved to full support for HDMI 2.1, including HDMI EARC, 4K resolution at 120 Hz, auto low-latency mode (ALM), and variable refresh rate (VRR), a firmware. Will be added via update later this year.
This is in addition to a vast array of features such as Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos, IMAX enhancements, an aluminum backlit remote with voice and acoustic surface audio +.
Sony’s Smart TV has used Google’s Android TV software for many years, but this year they get the new Google TV interface, which Google debuted with the Google TV streaming media device on its $ 50 Chromecast. Google TV adds a layer of content duration, personalization, and recommendations from your streaming services for a more interactive home screen experience. Along with the app for common suspects such as Netflix, YouTube and Amazon Prime Video, Sony BRAVIA buyers also get exclusive access to BRAVIA CORE, a streaming service that uses credits for the rental and purchase of movie and TV shows .
- 83-inch A90J OLED TV: price unavailable
- 65-inch A90J OLED TV:
- 55 inch A90J OLED TV:
2021 X80J 4K Google TV
The X80J is one of Sony’s more obtainable 4K LED TV models, ranging in size from 43-75 to 75 inches. Most on-board technologies are unchanged from last year’s X800H, including Sony’s excellent X1 4K HDR processor, which not only does a great job of making HDR images pop, but better handles the flexibility of non-4K All of you can enjoy your content in almost 4K quality.
The upgraded one is the color of the X80J, now powered by Sony’s Trilumios Pro display. Making a return are Dolby Vision, HDR 10, Dolby Atmos, DTS, Apple HomeKit, Apple Airplay 2 and Chromecast. The biggest difference will be noticeable on the 43-inch model that goes from an edge-lit backlight to a direct-style backlight – the same one used on larger sizes.
Like other TVs in Sony’s 2021 lineup, the X80J gets Android TV with a Google TV interface for a period of highly customized and personalized streaming content.
- 43 inch X80J Google TV: Price unavailable
- 50 inch X80J Google TV: Price unavailable
- 55 inch X80J Google TV:
- 65 inch X80J Google TV:
- 75 inch X80J Google TV: Price unavailable