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Thursday, 21 July 2016

Sony Bravia Z: new TVs with 4K and HDR with Android TV

A Google is struggling to find support on Android TV, with some of its main allies in the world of betting on own smartphone platforms such as Smart Hub Samsung or LG WebOS. Sony is possibly his greatest ally -not the only, it is also Panasonic or Xiaomi-. The Japanese have launched a number of new teams that are positioned as the highest - end brand: Sony Bravia Z.

The Bravia Z Series features Sony TVs with 4K resolution and HDR (high dynamic range), with LED screens, and come equipped with Android TV. So far Sony has released three models of 65, 75 and 100 inches. They have a processor X1 4K Extreme, which improved 40% image processing with respect to its predecessor, the X1 4K, and incorporates three new technologies: the aforementioned HDR, double processing database and Super Bit Mapping .

Sony Bravia Z: the Japanese are betting on Android TV 

In addition, the processor also includes a unique database of Sony that helps reduce noise. This search from thousands of image patterns and reprocessed so that it is able to eliminate unwanted noise, getting a sharper image, in addition to overstate all images to 4K.

On the other hand, it also features Backlight Master Drive, a technology that improves the display backlight, increasing the brightness and contrast to bring the final result to what we have seen in OLED displays, or at least that's what he promised Sony at CES past.

Price and availability of the Sony Bravia Z

The 75 - inch model goes on sale for $ 9,999 (about 9,060 €), while 65 will cost $ 6,999 (about 6,350 €) and will be available after the summer. Moreover, the cost of 100-inch model has not yet transpired -cheap not be, that sure- and should arrive later this year.

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