Jul 04, 2016 09:04 PM EDT
Sony 4K Ultra HD TV Update, Specs, Release Date: Prices Are Up; Plus Complete Line-Up Of Latest Television Flagships
Sony Electronics has showcased its 4K Ultra HD TVs exclusively for everyone. Plus the company's initiative to engage with customers and let them to know when they can expect the XBR-X800D, the XBR-X700D and the XBR-X750D to out in the market with the TV sets price tag.
Sony 4K Ultra HD TVs are the new television models offered in a high-end 4K viewing spectacle tagged with a conversion quality from HD sources touching the 4K onset. The stunning detail shapes up 8 million pixels from Sony's 4K TVs, TechTimes wrote. It translates to four times as much detail as Full HD. At the time Sony's technologies and 4K capabilities merge, every media content from the users' smartphones can be experienced in a completely new level.
The XBR-X800D line includes High Dynamic Range (HDR) support which meets the latest video standard. The XBR-X700D and the XBR-X750D TVs will also be featuring the HDR support when a firmware update arrived by the second semester of 2016. Additionally, each TV models is pre-installed with Android TV, one of Google's mobile OS, TVs and gaming consoles. This features will allow every user to easily access videos form the internet, download or stream entertainment and use the TV as a gaming display, TechTimes added.
For TV and cinema enthusiasts, they can stay lavishly enjoy movies and TV shows from YouTube, Google Play, Hulu, PBS, Netflix and Amazon Video. Another bonus feature is Google Play content which is up for grabs including HBO NOW, EPIX, Starz Play, iHeartRadio, PlutoTV, Vevo and Fusion.
Moreover, Sony 4K Ultra HD TV's UI directly allows Home Automation control and by just tapping into the Logitech Harmony Hub, about 270,000 home entertainment packs and IoT devices are all at your command only by fiddling with the Sony TV remote. Android TV also showcases an improved Voice Search feature that gives way to natural language support. Meaning, the complex sentences and questions can be conveyed to the device and deliver an appropriate answers back at the user.
Sony's TVs also come with Google Cast which allows users to take content from their iOS or Android devices then put it to the TV. On June 28, the manufacturer put X800D, X750D, and X700D Ultra HD TVs on live pre-sale. Recently, buyers can no longer find the devices on sale at global and local e-vendors.
Here Is Sony 4K Ultra HD Television Series SRP:
- 43-inch XBR-43X800D at $1,299.99
- 49-inch XBR-49X800D at $1,499.99
- 49-inch XBR-49X700D at $999.99
- 55-inch XBR-55X700D at $1,499.99
- 65-inch XBR-65X750D at $2,299.99
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