Sony debuts in 2016 with a series of premium smart TVs. The producer says that it is diminishing its TV promotions in order to focus on the premium 4K industry and its costly 2016 collection is further evidence of this approach.
The fabled Japanese TV manufacturer is the first of other companies that are introducing the 2016 costs for its smart TV devices. All of these products use the LED LCD platform and many are priced even more than similar OLED-based designs from LG.
LG’s most affordable flat 65” OLED currently costs $5,000 and it has the same price tag as Sony’s top new 65”LED LCD TV. Sony’s cheapest 55” TV is more expensive than the fantastic 55EG9100 OLED and its best 55” is priced higher than the current 55EF9500 OLED display.
Sony’s representatives did say that the organization would offer other, less expensive TVs this year, but did not give any extra information. In their advantage, Sony’s new premium TV sets do feature some fascinating technological options in theory.
Fans got a first look at these smart TVs at the CES 2016 tech event with the XBR-X930D rocking the Slim Backlight option. Later this month, people will experience an extended business presentation organized by Sony at a private event held in Manhattan.
The X850D sequence, offered in dimensions up to the tremendous 85 inches in diagonal, is the cheapest model presented. Like the advanced designs, it will use movie resources in HDR and provide Sony’s Triluminous feature for colors that are more genuine.
They guarantee to enhance upon regular 4K image quality with better color and comparison, and Sony says that the new places devices transform non-HDR content to almost HDR high quality. The X850D version does not have a dimming back light that many enjoy very much, a technological innovation that is especially used for providing the lighter features of HDR.
The company affirms that it has enhanced picture high quality in comparison to past year’s XBR-X850C, but it did not too well in the experts’ comparisons. The advanced X930D utilizes what Sony calls a progress on the common edge dimming back light.
Its Slim Backlight is stated to allow enhanced light outcome, more compact and more accurate dimming areas and decreased blooming (a light spillover on the outside of these areas) due to a pair of “light guides” along with a couple of series of LEDs on each part of the smart TV.
During Sony’s informal presentations, it indeed seemed amazing, although we will have to hang on to provide a full review until these gadgets are analyzed in detail.
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