[News]Sony expands X900F and A8F series TVs with new 4K HDR models
“All models in Sony’s X900F and A8F series run Android with Google Assistant baked in”
At CES this year, tech-giant Sony added a slew of new 4K HDR models to its X900F line of LED TVs and A8F line of OLED sets. The TVs in their respective lineups boast similar features, albeit come in varying screen sizes.
Coming to the X900F rangeof 4K HDR LED TVs first, Sony is offering the series in 85-inch, 75-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch and 49-inch screen sizes. As we mentioned previously, all the models in the X900F series boast 4K HDR panelsand work alongside Sony’s X1 Extreme processor to produce vivid and beautiful images. The panels also feature X-tended Dynamic Range PRO 6x, which enhances the HDR content by boosting and dimming the backlight levels precisely for each zone on the screen. Further, Sony has also bundled X-Motion Clarity with the X900F series of LED TVs, which significantly reduces the blur while watching fast-paced sequences.
Lastly, all models in Sony’s X900F series run Android with Google Assistant baked in. Sony’s Android TVs also work with Amazon-Alexa-enabled devices and Google Home, giving usershands-free control over their TV sets.
As far as the A8F series of 4K OLED TVsis concerned, Sony has added two models of 65-inch and 55-inch screen sizes to the lineup. The TVs boast 8million self-illuminating OLED pixels whichproduce significantly darker blacks and offer a wide viewing angle. As we saw previously with the Bravia A1 OLED TV, the newer models also feature Sony’s Acoustic Surface Technology which resonates the entire screen, with sound being produced directly from the display panelitself.
Much like the X900F series, the A8F series is also backed by Sony’s X1 Extreme processor and boots Android OS with Google Assistant baked in.These TVs are also compatible with Amazon Alexa and Google Home. Sony is yet to reveal the pricing and availability details of these TVs, so stay tuned to our blog for more updates on the same.