Sony has finally revealed the pricing for its 2022 Bravia TVs, including the A95Kthe used QD OLED technology for its display. This TV starts at $3,000 for the 55-inch model, while the larger 65-inch version is $4,000 – right where we expected these models to land based on the Sony Rewards points Sony had listed for each model on its website. Here are all the pricing and availability details for Sony’s full line of 2022 Bravia 4K and 8K TVs:
As Sony’s 8K flagship, the Z9K has all the bells and whistles. It is powered by Google TV and supports HDMI 2.1 including eARC, variable refresh rate, automatic low latency mode and 4K @ 120Hz. It comes with Sony’s new Bravia Cam for video chatting, gesture recognition and smart features like automatically dimming the TV when nobody’s in the room.
It features an ATSC 3.0 tuner for the latest generation of over-the-air TV technology and supports Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos through its built-in multi-speaker sound system.
Sony’s A95K isn’t just a new TV for 2022, it’s also home to a whole new way of building TV screens. Its QD OLED screen is a hybrid of traditional OLED technology and quantum dots, which should produce a brighter and more accurate picture than any OLED TV to date. That’s more or less exactly what we found when we checked it early 2022.
In addition to its revolutionary screen, the A95K is a 4K TV packed with top-of-the-line technology like HDMI 2.1, HDMI-eARC, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and gamer-friendly features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) and 4K @ 120Hz.
Sony’s Mini LED X95K It might not be a QD OLED TV, but thanks to the company’s XR Backlight Master Drive it’s as close to OLED as you can get in a non-OLED TV. Like Sony’s other 2022 models, it has the latest HDMI 2.1 features, including eARC, VRR, 4K at 120Hz and Auto Low Latency mode (ALLM). It runs on Google TV, which offers a variety of personalized streaming recommendations, and if you want to tune in to over-the-air TV, ASTC 3.0 (NextGen TV) compatibility keeps you future-proof.
Now if we didn’t have Sony’s QD-OLED A95K, the A90K would be the company’s flagship OLED TV. And while we haven’t reviewed it yet, if history is any indication, it will perform terrifically. In addition to first-class picture quality, you can expect all the latest HDMI standards, Google TV, hands-free voice commands, Apple AirPlay 2 and a wealth of other functions.
Sony’s A80K is the company’s cheapest OLED model, but that doesn’t mean it sacrifices image quality or features. It is compatible with the new Bravia Cam and comes with HDMI 2.1 eARC, VRR, ALLM, 4K @120Hz, Google TV, Apple AirPlay 2 and Chromecast Built-in.
Sony’s cheapest Bravia model, the X90Kretains many of the same great features as the rest of the range, including Google TV, Apple AirPlay 2, HDMI 2.1 with eARC, VRR, ALLM and 4K @120Hz, as well as Dolby Vision, IMAX Enhanced and Netflix Adaptive Calibrated Mode.