Published: Wed, January 10, 2018
Science | By Eileen Rhodes

Sony's 4K HDR TV lineup for 2018 focuses on better picture quality

Sony's 4K HDR TV lineup for 2018 focuses on better picture quality

While the first generation was called the A1, Sony's latest addition is called the A8F, with this television offering an OLED panel with a fairly standard stand (for Sony, anyway), complete with the same 4K HDR X1 Extreme processor of the A1 not to mention the acoustic surface technology that offered better than normal sound. 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. If that's not enough to get you excited, Sony has also announced larger X900F series TVs, a 4K HDR product lineup that also has the X1 Extreme processor plus sizes ranging from 49-inches up to 85-inches.

Last year saw Sony enter the world of OLED TVs with its stunningly excellent A1, and this year will see the A series make its way to more eyeballs.

- 8 million self-illuminating OLED pixels brings a significantly enriched visual experience with unprecedented black, rich color, and a wide viewing angle. The display uses Sony's TRILUMINOS tech and X1 Extreme processor, along with support for HDR10 and Dolby Vision playback. This new form factor is said to blend together "exceptional" picture quality with a screen based on organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology and immersive sound coming directly from the screen itself via the Sony Acoustic Surface system.

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- Uses 4K X-Reality™ PRO to produce stunning detail with Sony's unique algorithm of reality creation database for any content, such as TV broadcasting, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, Internet video and digital photos. Like previous year, the new Sony X900F is based on Android TV smart TV surface.

- Android TV with Google Assistant built-in: Find what you want quickly, simply by talking.

Sony unveiled the 2018 Sony XBR X900F LED 4K UHD HDR Dolby Vision Smart TV at the CES 2018. (6 times XDR contrast [1]). Even during fast-moving scenes, pictures stay true with no loss in brightness. The updated proprietary HDR processors within provide increased contrast and colour depth.

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