Sony launches 85-inch 8K TV, you will be surprised to know the price


Sony Bravia XR Master Series 85Z9J 8K LED TV has been launched in India for Rs 12,99,990. This large screen LED television has a resolution of 7,680×4,320 pixels, runs on Android TV software, and is powered by Sony XR Cognitive processor. It gives viewing experience according to the surround of the TV. This is the most expensive TV in the company’s product range in India. It can be purchased in India through Sony retail stores, its online stores, leading electronics stores and select e-commerce portals.
This new TV from Sony comes with 8K resolution which has a lot of features. It supports next generation content. However, there is no 8K content in the mainstream to watch in India yet. With the Sony 85X9J, you can imagine that if 8K content is to be produced in the future, this TV is made for that. Sony 85X9J TV is in competition with 8K options from brands like Samsung, LG and Hisense.

Sony Bravia XR Master Series 85Z9J LED TV specifications, features

The main specification of the Sony 85Z9J TV is a 7,680×4,320-pixel LED screen with support for HDR up to Dolby Vision format. Apart from this, this TV runs on Android TV for smart connectivity with Google TV interface. It also supports Google Chromecast and Apple AirPlay. The TV is powered by Sony’s XR cognitive processor, which has also been seen on some of the company’s other launches this year. It is said about it that it adapts the picture according to the place where the TV is being watched.

This new Sony TV has a rated output of 85W via a ten-speaker setup that includes two mid-range drivers, four tweeters and four subwoofers. There’s Dolby Atmos audio support, and the TV has 16GB of onboard storage for apps and app data, along with a Google Play Store for apps. The TV also supports local dimming, with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz at Ultra-HD resolution.

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