CES 2020: Sony Unveils Its New 4K OLED TVs, 4K LED TVs, and 8K LED TVs with Android TV 9.0, AirPlay


CES 2020 is going on, and Sony does not want to miss out on the fun. The company has announced its latest lineup of TVs that include 8K LED TVs, 4K OLED TVs, and 4K LED TVs. On top of all, Sony has announced an all-new 48-inch OLED TV, which will be its smallest sized TV amongst the current roster of televisions. Let’s get to know Sony’s latest portfolio of TVs that have been introduced during the CES 2020.

Sony Unveils its Latest Range of OLED and LED TVs With Android TV 9.0 During the CES 2020

Before we start talking about the specifications of the various TVs Sony has unveiled, it is worth noting that all of them run on the Android TV OS (version 9 Pie) and feature a built-in Google Assistant (the assistant button is built in to the remotes). They also offer support for Apple devices via AirPlay 2 and have support for Apple HomeKit, and Amazon Alexa devices as well. The Sony Z8H and the X950H series, in particular, have support for “Hands-free operations” as well because the company has incorporated the Google Assistant into the TV. The built-in far-field mics can be used to activate the Google Assistant by speaking the magic words “OK, Google.”

1. Sony Z8H 8K LED TV

The Sony Z8H 8K LED TV comes in two variants – one with an 85-inch display, and the other one with a smaller, 75-inch display. Both of them are 8K Full-Array LEDs, by the way. Both of them are 4K 120fps compatible as well. The Sony Z8H 8K LED TV series features a new Frame Tweeter technology that vibrates the frame of the TV in order to emit sound. The TV comes with a backlit remote control and is supported by a two-position stand.

2. Sony Master Series A9S OLED TV

Coming to the Sony Master Series A9S OLED TV, this is the 48-inch model that we talked about earlier. This, practically, is not the smallest OLED TV by Sony but is the smallest when we talk about the TVs the company has launched for the past decade or so. The Sony A9S OLED TV comes with the company’s in-house X-Motion Clarity technology, which has now made its way to the OLED screens as well. Adding to that, the Sony A9S OLED TV has support for Dolby Vision, as well as Dolby Atmos sound.

3. Sony A8H OLED TV

The Sony A8H OLED TV comes in two screen sizes – 65-inch and 55-inch. Both the models feature a Pixel Contrast Booster, which is aimed to enrich the colors at high brightness levels. The Sony A8H OLED TV sports Sony’s X-Motion Clarity engine and comes with two subwoofers for acoustic surface audio.

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4. Sony X950H 4K LED TV

The Sony X950H LED TV series comes in five sizes – 85-inch, 75-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch, and 49-inch. The TVs feature a Full-Array LED and the X-Wide Angle technology, which offers better contrast and colors when viewed from off-angles. The Sony X950H LED TVs come with a flush surface design for a ‘bezel-less look.’

5. Sony X900H 4K LED TV

The Sony X900H 4K LED TV is offered in four screen sizes – 85-inch, 75-inch, 65-inch, and 55-inch. The Sony X900H features Acoustic Multi-Audio with Sony’s X-Balanced speaker. Adding to it, the TV is Next Gen TV compatible.

As far as the pricing and the availability go, Sony has not made any announcement regarding the pricing of its newly unveiled TVs, but we might get intel on the same before the company makes them available during the spring of 2020.

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