Sony unveiled a new line of big new 4K and 8K TVs at International CES back in January, and now the company has announced pricing for its new line of LED and OLED TVs. The line features 19 separate models, ranging in price from $599.99 to $9,999.99.
The line is led by Sony’s Z8H 8K HDR LED TVs, which feature 8K resolution. It’s a step up from 4K, and also upscales images to 8K from 4K and Full HD sources. The line also features Amazon Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Airplay 2, and Google Assistant.
The 8K line includes the flagship 85-inch model, at a listed price of $9,999.99, and the 85-inch class, at $6,999.99. Both will be available to order in the summer.
Also on the way from Sony is its line of A8H OLED 4K HDR TVs, which are sold under the Bravia name. Featuring 2.1 channel sound, these TVs are also compatible with Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Airplay 2.
The 65-inch model goes for $3,099.99, with the 55-inch TV having a listed price of $2,299.99. Both are available for preorder now.
Sony is also offering a line of five different X950H 4K HDR LED TVs. Also featuring compatibility with Alexa, Apple HomeKit and Airplay 2 and Google Assistant, this line is available in 49, 55, 65, 75 and 85-inch classes, retailing respectively at $999.99, $1,399.99, $1,999.99, $3,499.99 and $4,499.99. The 85 and 49-inch models are available to buy now at Amazon and Best Buy, while the other three are available now for preorder.
The next line below is Sony’s X900H 4K HDR LED TVs. Also featuring the Amazon and Apple capability, these come in 55, 65, 75 and 85-inch sizes, retailing respectively at $1,199.99, $1,599.99, $2,499.99 and $3,499.99. The 65 and 75-inch models are available to preorder now, while the other two will be available for order this summer.
And finally, the lowest-end model of the new TVs is the X800H 4K HDR LED TVs. There are six sizes, which are 43, 49, 55, 65, 75 and 85 inches, starting at $599.99 and going up to $2,799.99. All are available to buy now at Amazon and Best Buy.
Techradar wrote of Sony’s 2020 TV line that while “it’s looking like Sony’s TV lineup is more of a continuation of last year’s lineup than a bold, new vision for TVs, but we’re still excited for the TVs coming our way this year.”
Stephen Silver, a technology writer for The National Interest, is a journalist, essayist and film critic, who is also a contributor to Philly Voice, Philadelphia Weekly, the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, Living Life Fearless, Backstage magazine, Broad Street Review and Splice Today. The co-founder of the Philadelphia Film Critics Circle, Stephen lives in suburban Philadelphia with his wife and two sons.