Sony TVs X900F new in the markets during the month of

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Made Sony TVs XBR-X900F which is considered the successor TVs X900E, it seems that this TV will be released later this month, becoming the first TV pilot in 2018 is published information about the price and date of availability. The company has announced also prices of the range TVs X850F, which has not been announced at CES.

X900F TV

Prices of TVs Sony LCD to 2018

Model Article Price
XBR-55X900F 55 inch $ 1500
XBR-65X900F 65 inch $ 2300
XBR-75X900F 75 inches $ 4000
XBR-65X850F 65 inch $ 2000
XBR-75X850F 75 inches $ 3300

 

Prices remain higher compared with last year’s prices, where it costs TV X900E 2017 amount $ 1,700 to 65 inches, which is not much different from the model X900F 2018. Prices are expected to decrease slightly over time.

He did not mention the company’s announcement about the price and availability date the hardware; but according to Best Buy it will be Shipping the devices starting from February 26 and can be ordered from Amazon now too.

Has been improving the TV X900F from the previous by adding the availability of Dolby Vision HDR through the system update will come later this year, also there is processing of the best videos thanks to the X1 processor Extreme located in TVs top like A1E OLED. In addition there are put the resolution, which increases the precision of the movement by putting a black frame included in the places that are needed on the screen, which is supposed to increase the flashing Dim that was present in similar situations in past societies.

TV X850F like TV X850E 2017, which lacks local dimming, the technology Dolby Vision processing X900F, but includes the same system of Android TV with the assistant of Google Voice.

The display of Sony in CES is also an 85-inch TV X900F and new OLED A8F; but the price has not been announced or a date provided by the after.

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