Sony is a reputed firm for many reasons, the quality of its materials and its devices, accompanied of course by its characteristic minimalist design, has allowed it to position itself as a major consumer electronics brand. Nevertheless, little by little he is losing ground in many areas where he was the undisputed leader: Telephony; Image and sound; Photography…
That is why they are working hard to rebuild a good product environment on par with the best. During this 2018 CES They have presented their new range of high-end televisions for 2018, focused mainly on Android TV, HDR 10 technology and of course the OLED system.
This is how they have let us approach their 55 and 65-inch OLED panels preferentially, but their panels are not the only feature to highlight, and that is that they have kindly reminded us that their range of Smart TV works with Android TV, the most open system and that covers the most possibilities, despite the fact that Samsung's Tizen is shows lighter and more effective for day-to-day tasks. However, sound has always been an aspect to be highlighted by the Japanese firm, this is how they assure us that their televisions will be accompanied by a 3.1 Crystal Sound system, the speakers will never again be the negative point of television.
These televisions that have 4K resolution and of course HDR 10 will range between 5.500 and 6.500 euros, not suitable for all pockets, but for the most gourmets, how could it be otherwise, the truth. However, the affordable range named XF90 will start between 49 and 85 inches, all also with Android TV, Dolby Vision HDR and Google Assistant, without a doubt we are before the television of the future We'll see how the public responds.