Sony’s 2021 TVs, introduced in the early days of CES 2021, span a gamut from large 4K LCD to 8K LCD displays and OLED sets that promise to double the brand’s reputation for excellent image accuracy and its advanced sound positioning.
Lista Sony TVs 2021
|A90J||55″, 65″, 83″||YOU ARE||4k||120Hz|
|A80J||55″, 65″, 77″||YOU ARE||4k||120Hz|
|X95J||65″, 75″, 85″||LED||4k||120Hz|
|X90J||50″, 55″, 65″, 75″, 100″||LED||4k||120Hz||100 ″ model is X92J|
|X85J||43″, 50″, 55″, 65″, 75″, 85″||LED||4k||120Hz|
|X80J||43″, 50″, 55″, 65″||LED||4k||60Hz||HDMI 2.0; no VRR|
This year’s lineup consists of the smartest TVs ever made by Sony, featuring what the company calls “cognitive intelligence” with an all-new processor that mimics human thinking to deliver the most engaging image optimizations ever made. never and that, at the same time, fulfills the director’s intention. Sony has also introduced a new sense of fairness to its lineup: Each model gets the latest chip and basic 4K 120Hz picture , plus a transition from Android TV to Google’s TV platform.
But not all sets were created equal. Here’s everything you need to know about the different models and the big changes to Sony TVs in 2021.
At the core of all 21 Sony televisions is Sony’s Cognitive Processor XR , the latest and greatest video processing chip Sony has to offer. For several years, Sony has emphasized the importance of faithfully fulfilling the creator’s intent when showing movies and TV shows, while adjusting the picture and sound for the viewer’s maximum enjoyment. With Sony’s XR processor, Sony’s latest attempt goes further than ever, with AI- powered texture enhancement , color recreation, signal and data processing, and much more.
Sony is bringing a series of XR brand enhancements to its 2021 televisions, using the new processor to power motion processing, increasing resolution to 4K or 8K, boosting contrast and color, and optimizing picture and sound for whatever environment the TV is in.
Welcome to google tv
The other big change coming to Sony TVs is the transition from Android TV to its successor Google TV , first introduced last year on the new Chromecast with Google TV.
While the lines between Google TV and the Android Smart TV operating system are a bit blurry, Google TV is the search giant’s latest attempt to be competitive between smart TV platforms like Roku, LG’s webOS, and the Samsung’s Tizen OS. For some time Android has been the only agnostic competitor to the Roku brand, and with Google TV the software shifts the focus from apps to content recommendations.
While our own critics had mixed feelings about the Chromecast, Sony’s implementation of Android TV in the last year has been better than ever, and we expect to see similar improvements when they move to Google TV in 2021.
One of the main features of Google TV is the emphasis on the Google Assistant and interaction with the Google home voice. Sony augments this capability by introducing hands-free voice control for several of its 2021 Google TVs.
This means that certain devices use far-field microphones that listen to the room around them for the “Hey Google” wake-up phrase and subsequent instructions. TVs that listen to the world around them have received mixed reception from users in the past, but now that smart speakers have standardized this technology, many TV buyers are likely to welcome the feature they previously rejected.