Sony reveals retail launch date for its XG95 Series 4K HDR Full Array LED TVs
Sony’s XG95 Series 4K HDR Full Array LED televisions will be available in retail from early March.
Sony’s precise local dimming technology, X-tended Dynamic Range PRO, independently dims and brightens the individual zones of LEDs positioned directly behind the screen to enhance contrast and brightness to give the XG95 models a cinematic feel.
The 4K HDR display is delivered through the Picture Processor X1 Ultimate, which intelligently detects and analyses each object in the picture through Sony’s Object-based Super Resolution for exceptional accuracy and detail.
The X-Wide Angle, featured in the 75-in and 85-in models, ensure owners can view the TV from any angle and it will retain its quality. To have a more immersive experience, the XG95 Series uses Sound-from-Picture Reality with Sony’s Acoustic Multi-Audio technology to precisely match the picture with the audio.
The TVs operate on the Sony Android Platform supporting a range of apps using Google Play, as well as having built-in Google Assistant and a microphone for voice controls.
The TVs will be available from early March, starting at £1,899 for the 55-in model, £2,499 for the 65-in model, £3,999 for the 75-in model, and the 85-in model’s price is still yet to be announced.