Sony Launches 4 Bravia TVs with Mini-LED and OLED Screens

Sony Launches 4 Bravia TVs with Mini-LED and OLED Screens

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Sony recently unveiled 4 new editions of Bravia TVs featuring distinctive screens with either Mini-LED or OLED technology, available at a starting price of $599.

The new Bravia TV editions from Sony include the Bravia 9, the top-tier model among the new devices, which comes with a Mini-LED screen. It boasts a 50% brightness improvement compared to the previous X95L model, thanks to the Mini-LED backlighting that offers 22-bit depth and 325% more dimming zones.

Sony emphasizes that the new backlighting provides exceptional brightness levels and OLED-like deep blacks.

Sony Launches 4 Bravia TVs with Mini-LED and OLED Screens

The Bravia 9 TVs are available in 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch sizes, with prices ranging from $3299 to $5499.

Additionally, the Bravia 9 devices support Dolby Vision technology, with various picture calibration modes including those for Netflix, Sony Pictures, and Prime Video. They also feature a light sensor for automatic brightness adjustment according to ambient lighting.

For gaming, Sony’s devices support a 120Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution, with variable refresh rate support and a special mode for automatic response speed adjustment, along with gaming features introduced in previous versions, including the gaming menu and PS5-specific features.

The new Bravia 9 TVs from Sony come with just two HDMI 2.1 ports, and in the audio system, this version features 2.2.2 speakers with “Acoustic Multi Audio Plus” technology, including smaller speakers that support wider sound direction enhancement.

The devices also feature “Voice Zoom 3” technology, which cleans up dialogue audio, and “Acoustic Center Sync” technology, which turns the TVs into a center speaker with compatible Sony soundbars. Additionally, the devices support Dolby Atmos and IMAX Enhanced standards.

On the other hand, Sony offers Bravia 8 TVs in the mid-range category for this series, in sizes of 55 inches, 65 inches, and also 77 inches, priced between $1999 and $3899.

The Bravia 8 devices feature W-OLED technology with a slimmer design compared to the previous A80L models. The Bravia 8 TVs boast 10% higher brightness.

This version comes with many features offered in Bravia 9 devices, including picture calibration modes, Dolby Vision, and Atmos support. The devices come with two HDMI 2.1 ports and also support a 120Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution and variable refresh rate in games.

Sony Launches 4 Bravia TVs with Mini-LED and OLED Screens

Sony also introduced the Bravia 7 TV at a lower price point among the premium devices with Mini-LED technology. This version comes with stunning brightness improvements of up to 790% compared to the previous X90L model.

The Bravia 7 is available in sizes ranging from 55 inches to 85 inches, with prices starting from $1899 to $3499 for the largest size.

The Bravia 7 devices feature the same distinctive design as the Bravia 9, with a quad stand, Dolby Vision and Atmos/DTS:X support, picture calibration modes like Prime Video and Voice Zoom 3, gaming features such as a 120Hz refresh rate at 4K resolution, variable refresh rate, and ALLM.

However, Bravia 7 offers fewer dimming zones compared to Bravia 9 and also a lower brightness level.

Bravia 3 is the most cost-effective version among Sony’s new offerings, and it’s an LED TV available in various sizes ranging from 43 inches to 85 inches, with prices starting from $599 and going up to $1799.

Bravia 3 devices support Dolby Vision and Atmos technology and come with picture calibration modes including Prime Video. For gaming, Sony offers this version with a 60Hz refresh rate, while the variable refresh rate feature is absent. Nonetheless, the screen comes with a gaming menu and ALLM to enhance the gaming experience on PS5 devices.

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