Sony 2019 TV lineup

Sony is near to release its 2019 TV lineup, you better brace yourself because this is going to be the most expensive one in its higher-end models. The company has revealed details about the pricing and availability of Sony 2019 TV lineup. The 8K-capable Master Series Z9G price starts at $13,000 for an 85-inch model when the series arrives in June and a mind-numbing $70,000 for the 98-inch star attraction.

But still, this is more affordable than Samsung’s $100,000 Q900, if you decided to buy 4K there is a lot more device which is affordable. The Master Series A9G OLED line is priced higher than last year’s A8F models with a starting price of $3,500 for the 55-inch version and a higher price of $8,000 for the 77-inch edition.

Sony is coming to the market with six different series of TV comprising 17 sizes ranging from 43-inch to 98-inch and everything in between. Every TV of sony would be able to run on Android TV and support Apple AirPlay 2 and Homekit. However, we witnessed some familiar features returning to the Sony 2019 TV lineup, these features include Sony’s X1 Ultimate picture processing chip on premium models, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision support, and Netflix Calibrated mode, while IMAX Enhanced debuts as the latest branded feature.

Coming to the other model which is Sony master series A9G 4K OLED TV which consists of 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme chip, and Sony OLED Acoustic Surface Audio. This model is priced at $2,500 for a 55-inch set and $3,500 for its 65-inch variant. Both TVs appear in May.

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Next is the Sony A8G 4K OLED TV, it is less expensive and Sony boasts its X1 Ultimate processor again, this time highlighting what the company calls object-based HDR to remaster, along with 4K HDR Super Bit Mapping and dual-database processing. The price starts at $2500 for 55-inch and $3500 for 65-inch. Sony X950G 4K TV uses the X1 Ultimate processor, with what Sony calls X-Wide angle, which refers to the TV’s improved off-angle picture quality.

This series will offer you IMAX enhanced mode and Netflix Calibrated mode along with Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos support. Price of this series starts at 55-inch: $1,400, 65-inch: $2,200, 75-inch: $3,500, 85-inch: $5,000.

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