New Sony Bravia TVs
It’s that time of year when the TV manufacturers begin to bestow upon us their shiniest models for 2015. Sony along with fellow rivals Panasonic, Samsung and LG were quick to unveil their latest innovations at the CES show earlier this year. Its about now when we can expect to see these marvels arriving in the UK. Sony’s line-up comprises of 4K UHD and Full HD TV ranges plus the X903 which is being claimed as “the worlds slimmest 4K TV” at just 4.9mm.
With the launch of Sony’s 2015 TVs and the emphasis on picture quality, design and user experience these a lot to look forward. The Japanese giant has made significant changes with their new range in terms of smart features. Bravia models have just got smarter with Android TV features. TVs running off the Android operating system will have a multi-layered user interface that can be navigated in four directions.
Sony KD43XE7003BU 43" Ultra HD Smart 4K LED TV
Sony Bravia KD43XE8077 43-Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart Android TV with Youview and Freeview HD - Silver (2017 Model)
Sony Bravia KD49XD8088 49 inch Android 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart TV with TRILUMINOS Display, PlayStation Now and Google Cast (2016 Model) - Black (Certified Refurbished)
Sony KD49XE7005 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black, Silver LED TV KD49XE7005, 124.5 cm (49"), 3840 x 2160 pixels, LED, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, Black, Silver
Sony Bravia KD43XE8004 43 inch TV (4K HDR Ultra HD, Android TV with Google Assistant, X-Reality PRO, Triluminos Display, Youview and Freeview HD - Black (2017 Model)
Features include content recommendations, Sony content, apps and games which can be easily accessed via the one-flick touchpad remote. There’s also voice search and built-in YouView which will be available in the summer and will offer all catch-up services and other features.
4K Ultra HD
With the focus on Ultra HD and Android TV new releases will be an impressive line-up not only in picture quality but in functionality. 4K means a far more detailed picture with the ability to upscale HD video to Ultra HD.
Although at present content is sparse the promise of more to come makes buying a 4K TV an attractive option. An Ultra HD display reveals an amazing amount of detail that’s going to be hard to resist. The higher pixel density allows you to comfortably view from a closer range. Regular HD TVs haven’t been forgotten with a range of good old fashioned Full HD TVs coming most with built-in Android TV.
Sony 2015 TVs
4K Ultra HD LED 3D Android TV
4K Ultra HD Android TV
LED Full HD 3D Android TV
LED 1080p with Freeview HD