Sony Bravia XR 85X95K Mini LED TV launched in India: Read on to know more

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Sony has launched the flagship Bravia Mini LED TV for the Indian market. The Sony Bravia XR 85X95K LED TV with backlighting technology is priced at Rs 6,99,990 in the country. Mini LED is a newer concept where smaller LEDs are crammed inside the TV’s backlighting system giving more precise control over dimming zones and black levels.

The Sony Bravia XR 85X95K Mini LED TV is available to buy across all Sony Centres, major electronic stores, and e-commerce portals in India.

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Sony Bravia XR 85X95K Mini LED TV: Specs

The latest flagship from Sony has an 85-inch screen size and features the Cognitive Processor XR. The Cognitive Processor XR helps reproduce content just the way humans see and hear in the real world. Backed by XR Backlight Master Drive Technology with the local dimming algorithm that gives deep blacks and natural mid-tones, the TV also supports 4K upscaling. It comes with a dedicated game mode with HDMI 2.1 compatibility that supports 4k 120fps, variable refresh rate, auto HDR tone, auto low latency mode, and auto game mode.

The Mini LED TV has X-anti reflection and X Wide Angle tech that minimizes reflections and lets users watch content clearly no matter where they are sitting. Those who have Bravia Cam can control settings like sound and picture settings using motion gestures. The TV supports Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision, IMAX Enhanced, Netflix, Adaptive Calibrated Mode, Acoustic Surface Audio+, and XR surround with 3D surround upscaling. The TV runs Android TV with a Google TV user interface.

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