Time to update your Sony 4K TV? New televisions released and here’s how much they cost

Time to update your Sony 4K TV? New televisions released and here’s how much they cost

If you’ve been looking to upgrade your current 4K telly then now could be a very good time to go shopping. Sony has now announced full pricing for its latest XH95 4K HDR Full Array LED televisions which have just become available across Europe.

These latest televisions feature a number of cutting-edge features including Sony’s best-in-class Picture Processor X1 Ultimate which brings a clear and precise picture quality to your living room.

If you love to binge on boxsets you’ll also find the Netflix Calibrated Mode for the ultimate experience and the XH95 range also introduces Ambient Optimisation – a new technology that optimises picture and sound quality in any environment.

This basically means the intelligent telly will automatically adjust the picture brightness to the ambient light in the room, boosting the brightness in well-lit rooms and reducing in darker environments for the perfect view.

Of course, TVs aren’t just about the picture with sound quality also a vital feature and Sony should have this covered as well.

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The new XH95 models feature Sound-from-Picture Reality, which gives customers the feeling that audio is coming directly from the screen.

The idea behind this concept is that it brings a much more immersive experience as the sound appears to come directly from the action on the display.

Other nice additions to these TVs include a minimalist stand which Sony says is hardly noticeable and should offer customers an improved and unobstructed viewing experience.

Sony has also managed to fix a major annoyance with most modern TVs as its new range gets a two-way adjustable stand with both edge and central positions – this means the TV XH95 fit on most customers TV furniture.

And there’s also a striking new design to the display which includes a flush surface for a sleek and bezel-less look.

The new line-up also comes packed with plenty of smart features via Android TV and the Google Assistant.

For entertainment and games you have full access to the Google Play Store and there’s Chromecast built-in, which offers users easy access to content, services and devices via its extensive platform.

You should also be able to access Disney+ straight from the home screen.

Sony recently announced the released the Disney+ app on their televisions which means fans can get instant access to this service without needing the annoyance of an extra streaming device.

Sony says that, as of this month, the Disney+ application is available on select Sony BRAVIA Android TVs in the UK, Ireland, Germany, Italy, Spain, Austria, and Switzerland.

Here’s full UK pricing and availability for the XH95 range

XH95 85” • £3999

XH95 75” • £3199

XH95 65” • £1999

XH95 55″ • £1599

XH95 49” • £1199

Published at Wed, 22 Apr 2020 06:55:00 +0000