CES 2016: Sony’s new 4K HDR Android BRAVIA X930D/X940D/X850D LED TV
Sony announces its latest BRAVIA TV packed with a better Triluminos display, a full back light panel delivering 4000 nits a class leading figure compared to most HD TV’s 800 nits and Google’s latest Android operating system the Marshmallow.
Sony introduces its latest BRAVIA TV’s along with its branding of “4K HDR (High Dynamic Range)” at the CES 2016. The model provides a new service called “ULTRA” where users can watch 4K HDR supported films or shows given that it is supported by Sony pictures technology. To put it simply, 4K HDR provides a wider range of color, radiant and brightness.
The device has a new Slim Backlight Drive that manages an improved LED output thanks to a new “Master Drive”. It also comes with the most LED backlighting zones in the industry that promises to deliver an incredible amount of brightness under an efficient power management.
Sony Bravia 4K HDR LED TV
|XBR-X930D||55 inch / 65 inch|
|XBR-X940D||75 inch (Direct type Backlight)|
|XBR-X850D||55 inch / 65 inch / 75 inch / 85 inch|
All model comes with an Android TV system (Android Marshmallow) that also recognized up to 40 languages with voice support. The new BRAVIA series shows no compromises with its features and built. With a class leading features, it’s sure is exciting to see how its competitors rival the newest BRAVIA 4K HDR LED TV.