Sony India is looking to lure in Play Station 5 enthusiasts to invest in its new compatible TV before the gaming console launch. The Japanese giant has launched its Sony Bravia X9000H series 4K LED TVs in India which will be able to run upcoming PlayStation 5 games at up to 4K resolution with a 120fps frame rate.
The new Bravia series LED TVs are backed by full-array backlighting and supports HDR viewing. The new Sony 4K Smart TVs will run on the Android TV operating system and will also support Apple AirPlay2 and HomeKit.
Sony Bravia X9000H series price in India, availability
- Sony Bravia X9000H series TVs will come in two sizes in India.
- The 55-inch model (KD-55X9000H) is priced at Rs. 1,09,990
- The 65-inch model (KD-65X9000H) is priced at Rs. 1,59,990.
- Will be available at all major Sony retail stores and e-commerce websites.
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Sony Bravia X9000H series specifications, features
The Bravia X9000H series is a premium range of TVs with aluminum frame and metal stand. The large LCD panels have full-array LED backlighting and should deliver better contrast and brightness compared to edge-lit LCD TVs. The screen has a 4K resolution (3840×2160 pixels) with a maximum refresh rate of 60Hz (or 1080p at 120Hz). However, the company has made a promise of rolling out support for 4K 120Hz over HDMI 2.1 via a future firmware update. The update is expected to roll out close to the PS5 launch later this year.
The Sony Bravia X9000H series can run HDR content across formats including HDR10, HLG, and Dolby Vision. The Smart TV comes with Sony’s X1 4K HDR image processor with a 4K X-Reality Pro clarity engine. The TV ships with bottom-firing speakers that pump 20W audio. The TVs come with Dolby Audio and Dolby Atmos audio technologies. The Bravia X9000H TVs will ship with the latest Android TV platform.
The Sony Bravia X9000H series offers Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Ethernet, Bluetooth 4.2, RF connector, composite video, four HDMI ports, optical audio-out, headphone jack, and two USB ports as connectivity options. Like most other Sony premium TVs, the Bravia X9000H remote also has a dedicated button for Google Assistant.