The Japanese electronics maker, Sony has launched its new range of Android TVs in the Indian electronics market. In an event held at New Delhi, the firm has announced its 13 new Bravia models including a 4K LED TV, which is claimed to be the “Wolrd’s slimmest TV”, measuring just 4.9mm in thickness.
The range of newly introduced Bravia models includes panels measuring from 45-inch to 75- inch, with starting price range of Rs. 69,990. The company says that all of these LED TVs will be running on the Bravia UX UI, which is based on the latest Android 5.0 Lollipop OS.
Commenting on the launch, Sachin Rai, Sony India’s Bravia head said, “Over 90 per cent of Indian consumers use the Android platform for mobile phones and that is why we choose this platform for our new series of TVs.”
What is X-Reality PRO?
X-Reality PRO is a powerful picture engine that is the reason BRAVIA TVs look so good. 4K TVs have 4K X-Reality PRO, building on the original to make your pictures look even better. From Blu-Rays to smartphone videos, you can get immersive, life-like TV images on your big 4K screen.
The slimmest TV from Sony is powered by a 4K Processor and 4K X-Reality PRO technology that enables the TV to deliver a cutting-edge clarity, color accuracy, and contrast. In addition, the manufacturer has featured the device with a TRILUMINOS Display and dynamic color correction, which ensures that colors showing on the screen are as precise and consistent as possible.
Unlike other slim TVs, the BRAVIA 4K LED TV allows its viewers to get esteem lifelike audio with ClearAudio+ to flatter the TV viewing experience. The flat panel also sports a DSEE HX that enhances the low-quality audio and provide a better and improved sound.
Besides this, the other TVs launched in the series are enabled to download and install apps by connecting to the Play Store. Moreover, these devices boast the Voice Command support that allows the users to search the web and the Play Store as well!
In addition, the firm has also integrated some unique features to these smart TVs like ‘Serial AbTak’, which catches up the TV serials and Notify Bravia, which notifies the viewers about a call, message or an email to provide an uninterrupted viewing experience.
First Published on July 25, 2015 at 07:35 pm