It looks like Sony’s monstrous 84-inch 4K TV finally has company. The Japanese company has officially outed a new 4K product line that’s a little more sane when it comes to screen size (and hopefully, price). The Bravia X9000A series delivers 4K resolution content much like its big brother, and utilizes Sony’s 4K X-Reality PRO engine. The new line uses Sony’s TRILUMINOS Display, which the company says “enriches your viewing with an even wider palette of rich, ultra-real colours, including hard-to-reproduce reds and emerald greens.” By integrating QD Vision’s “Color IQ” optical component with Sony’s unique display technologies, this television set achieves significantly wider colour gamut, that provides a far more natural and vivid viewing experience with a heightened sense of depth. Like most of their TV models, these new Bravias are internet ready and are all Smart TVs.
What’s interesting with these new Bravias is that it also uses Sony’s One Touch NFC technology to seamlessly transfer content from one device to another. If you’re watching a movie on your smartphone and decide that a 5-inch display isn’t the best way to go about it, Sony’s One Touch NFC tech allows you to transfer that very movie to the big screen by just tapping your smartphone on the TV’s remote and voila – the movie is now on the screen. Pretty cool. The Bravia X9000A Series will be offered in 65 and 55-inch models.
Unfortunately, no word on either price or availability has been set for these new Bravias.