Complementing the new 4K TVs will be Sony's new 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Player and AV Receiver.
Sony also announced its new range of 4K LCD TVs the Sony XF90, these TVs will also come with the Sony X1 Extreme processor and they will be available in larger sizes. Additionally, the screen is used as a speaker thanks to Acoustic Surface technology, allowing for better quality audio out of the box. Android TV with Google Assistant is integrated as well.
Perhaps most exciting out of the new announcements is Sony's A8F Series, a TV lineup that builds upon the success Sony saw with the A1E it introduced previous year. The X700 will support HDR10 and Dolby Vision for detail, colour and brightness. However, the major announcement comes with latest X900f series and A8F Bravia OLED series. This allows a ideal unification of picture and sound that conventional TVs can not deliver.
Over at Sony, that appears to be the rough thought process going on, as the company keeps the A1 in pole position, but works on a new series based on similar hardware, albeit with a different design.
- Android TV with Google Assistant built-in: Find what you want quickly, simply by talking. One can ask Google Assistant to play TV shows, movies, and more. Dim the lights and control your connected devices while you watch a movie for a better viewing experience.
The new Sony A8F 4K HDR OLED TVs is the successor of the past year launched A1E BRAVIA OLED 4K HDR TV. It enhances HDR and non-HDR content by boosting and dimming the backlight levels precisely for each zone of the screen with a unique backlighting technology.
- X-Motion Clarity. It keeps fast action smooth and clear.
- Created to perfectly match the HT-X9000F sound bar, complement outstanding pictures with immersive, powerful sound. The updated proprietary HDR processors within provide increased contrast and colour depth.