Sony expands local dimming X900F LCD to a whopping 85 inches
Jan 10 2018
The display panel was pure LG technology under license but the rest of that rather impressive television was pure Sony hardware. Both the TV series run Android TV operating system and comes with built-in support for Google Assistant.
The X900E was one of the best-performing LCD TVs CNET reviewed past year. This will furthermore once again be a full HDR TV with support for HDR10, Dolby Vision, and possibly with support for HDR10+ if it takes off as expected.
They also feature Trilumious display to enhance colour accuracy and it uses 4K X-Reality Pro to produce some noticeable details with a unique algorithm of reality creation database for any content, such as TV broadcasting, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Internet video and digital photos.
Starting things off, we have the 2018 Sony OLED lineup, which consists of the replacement to last years A1E. The 2017 A1E sold at these prices when released in early 2017 and finished off a year ago retailing for about $3000 to $4000 for the 55 inch and 65 inch editions respectively.
The X85F series, available in 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch models is a lower end series than the X9000F but still features the same HDR processor as the others. The series follows Sony's popular and well reviewed XBR X900E models introduced in 2017.
Building on these advances, Sony has expanded the BRAVIA OLED line-up, with the new AF8 series inheriting the CE giant's 4K HDR picture processor-X1 Extreme and the Acoustic Surface technology. On the other hand, the Sony X900F4K HDR TVs also comes with TRILUMINOS Display along with the new X-Motion Clarity technology of the company.
These 2018 televisions will also support Dolby Vision, and as mentioned, Google Assistant will be integrated in the models running Android.