Sony has unveiled 65-inches 4K HDR Bravia OLED TV under its A8H series. The 4K HDR TV bearing KD-65A8H model number costs at Rs 2,79,990. This new Bravia TV to be available in the market starting November 5th. With Sony’s built-in X1 Ultimate processor, the 65-inch TV claims to deliver crisp and true-to-life pictures. This processor further helps scale SD and HD content to a near 4K picture quality. Let’s talk about the details of the Sony Bravia OLED TV.
Sony Bravia OLED TV — Details
According to Sony, the 164cm A8H OLED TV comes in a very slim form factor. The TV also includes the company’s Pixel Contrast Booster for colour and contrast improvements. It is followed by an X-Motion clarity technology for faster refresh rates. There’s also Sony’s TRILUMINOS display tech-powered with X1 Ultimate processor, wherein both analyse and tend to create more colours than a traditional TV.
For audio, there’s Acoustic Surface Audio in A8H, which comes with twin subwoofers coupled with an actuator to create more immersive sound technique while playing video, suggests the company. And, the A8H TV is further backed by S-Force front surround audio as well as Dolby Atmos audio, both of which promise to deliver a more immersive and multi-dimensional audio experience.
Furthermore, there is Sony’s ambient optimisation technology, which does the job of adjusting your picture and audio automatically according to the environment the user is in. The embedded light sensor in the TV further claims to optimise the screen’s brightness based on the room’s lighting conditions.
For viewing experience, the Sony A8H TV has 4K and HDR support, followed by Dolby Vision, and a Netflix calibrated mode as well. The latter mode ensures to keep the picture quality of Netflix originals as the creator intended to be.
Sony Bravia OLED TV – It’s Android TV!
Sony A8H TV is an Android TV, which means it supports up to 5000 apps, including prominent ones such as Netflix, YouTube, and more. The TV has hands-free digital assistants support for searching across the library. It further comes with Apple AirPlay 2 support and also works with Apple’s HomeKit. Additionally, it supports Amazon’s Alexa services and also works with smart speakers such as Echo Dot or Google Home, for that matter.