Sony BRAVIA X75L series of smart TVs launched in India soon after the launch of the Sony BRAVIA X80L series. The new series comes as the toned-down variants of the X80L lineup with LCD panels instead of TRILUMINOS Pro. However, the new launch offers almost identical specifications and features, including the gamer mode with PS5 support. The new lineup comprises KD-43X75L, KD-50X75L, KD-55X75L, and KD-65X75L models. These TVs come with 4K Processor X1, 4K X-Reality Pro, 20W speakers, Android TV OS, and more.
Sony Bravia X75L Launched in India: Price, Availability
|KD-43X75L||Rs 69,900||April 24|
|KD-50X75L||Rs 85,900||April 24|
|KD-65X75L||Rs 1,39,900||April 24|
Sony has launched 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch models in the X75L series. The company has yet to announce the price and availability date of the 55-inch model. The 43-inch, 50-inch, and 65-inch models are priced at Rs 69,900, Rs 85,900, and Rs 1,39,900. All three models will go on sale starting April 24 in India. Those interested can pick them up from Sony Centers, major electronic stores, and e-commerce portals in India.
Sony BRAVIA X75L Series: Specifications, Features
The Sony BRAVIA X75L features a refined design with narrow bezels for an immersive viewing experience. Speaking of the design, Sony claims that the TVs are built to last with X-Protection PRO, which protects the unit against dust, humidity, power surges, and lightning strikes. It means you don’t have to worry about turning your tv off during a lightning storm.
The new BRAVIA X75L TVs have up to 65-inch LCDs with Direct LED backlighting. The 4K display panel has features like HDR10, HLG, 4K Processor X1, and 4K X-Reality Pro. The first three features enhance the picture quality, contrast, and vividity of the picture. On the other hand, the 4K X-Reality PRO is designed to upscale 2K and HD picture quality close to 4K resolution. These TVs also flaunt Motionflow XR, which adds additional frames to the original media for a smoother and sharper video rendition.
In the audio department, the BRAVIA X75L TVs have two speakers of 10W each. The audio output is tuned by Clear Phase technology. It provides natural smooth and clear sound by analyzing the speakers’ frequency response, identifying, and removing any dips or peaks in the audio output. The open baffle down firing twin speakers also support Dolby Vision for a punchy bass.
As for the software, the new BRAVIA X75L series TVs are Android TVs, which means you can download over 10,000 apps and watch more than 7,00,000 movies and TV shows. They also come with support for Google Assistant, built-in Chromecast, and Alexa support. Apple users can connect their iPhone, iPad, or Mac to the TV with the help of Apple AirPlay and HomeKit. Apple users can also control the TV using Siri.
The gaming features include Auto HDR Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode. The former can optimise the HDR settings of the TV during the initial setup of PlayStation 5. It means users can see actual colours and accurate details even in scenes with dark shadows and bright highlights. On the other hand, Auto Genre Picture mode switches seamlessly between the game and standard modes when PS5 is connected and when watching movies, respectively.
Connectivity options on these TVs include dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5.0, Ethernet, RF, composite video input, three HDMI 2.1 inputs with ARC and ALLM support, two USB ports, and a 3.5mm audio jack.