So as the year is flowing by, the newer sets of TVs are on their way for launch. SONY has finally decided the date of launch for it's new set of LCD TVs.
20 new types of TVs are all set to be launched. These are the ones ranging from high prices to the lower-price. So the range being diverse, there are likely to be more customers for the sale. These TVs were supposed to be released later this year but they have been released sooner.
These TVs are perfecting the 4K resolution, Android TV and Apple features just as AirPlay 2 and HomeKit. The new 8series models have released in just Europe and America. XH80 (X800H is released in the US) and XH81( has been released in Europe only) are the new launches that although seem very identical but are not. These ones will also be available in 85-inches with Google's Android TV platform, which will let you enjoy games from the Google Play Store. There are ranges of 43-inch costing £649, 49-inch costing £749, 55-inch costing £949, 65-inch costing £1099, 75-inch costing £1899 and 85-inch costing £2499m. All the XH80 have the same features as XH81 except for the V-shaped feet rather than the perhaps more stylish ice skate-style variety.
As introduced earlier, AirPlay 2 in this TV allows the users to connect and push various kinds of media like pictures, videos and music from iOS and macOS into TV wirelessly. Along with this, the HomeKit allows the users to activate voice applications whereby they can control various activities of the TV through the iPhone or Siri voice command.
These TVs are undoubtedly expensive but if you wanna spend a little less money, you can go to Sony X70 which is X750H in the US. This TV is 4K LCD without Android. With a built-in Linux platform, this TV will allow its users to access a few streaming apps. They will be available in 43-inches costing £599, 49-inches costing £699, 55-inches costing £799 and 65-inches costing £899.
The new sets are all set to be sold for £599 for a 43-inch model and £3999 for an 85-inch model. Although Sony has launched 55-inch, 64-inch, and 74-inch TVs, they haven't tagged their prices yet.
The new Sony 2020 is a promise that it will be introducing some brand new features like Full-Array LED panels, the company's flagship picture processor, a newly developed sound system that will support Netflix Calibrated, IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.
With all of these features, Sony is ready to compete with other Android TVs like Philips, TCL( Europe) and Hisense. Although LG and Samsung have already developed their in-house TV OS named WebOS and Tizen, the other TV operators have resorted to asking for collaboration from Roku and Amazon.
With all these various ranges, one is sure to have at least more than one choice. Well, choose the one which suits you the best.