Sony BRAVIA 55 A8G OLED 4K Android TV


Key Features;

  • Exquisite contrast with OLED technology
  • X Reality Pro upscale images to near 4K clarity
  • High dynamic range
  • TRILUMINOS Display
  • Android TV with the Google Assistant built in; Alexa and Google Home compatible
  • Acoustic Surface Audio
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Sony’s new 4K OLED TVs

The big new feature Sony has introduced to some of its TVs this year is the X1 Ultimate Processor, which replaces last year’s X1 Extreme Processor in the A9G, Z9G, and X950G. In the Z9G, this more powerful chip will help upscale 4K content to the TV’s 8K resolution as most content that’s going to be watched on this TV is likely to be 4K for the foreseeable future. Additionally, Sony claims the X1 Ultimate is better at analysing objects shown on screen in order to improve their detail and clarity.

Also new is support for Apple Airplay 2 which will be coming to the A9G, Z9G, and X950G in “summer 2019.” Support for AirPlay 2 means you’ll be able to stream content from your iPhone or iPad straight to your TV, while HomeKit support means you can integrate your Sony TV with other HomeKit-enabled smart home devices. Buy the Sony 55 A8G OLED 4K Android TV Best price online from CELLULAR KENYA,Nairobi

Otherwise, the new sets offer much of what we’ve seen from Sony’s TVs in the past. The OLED models continue to use Sony’s Acoustic Surface technology to vibrate the screen and turn it into an additional speaker, while select TVs in the range also include support for Netflix Calibrated Mode, IMAX Enhanced, Dolby Vision, and Dolby Atmos. All the TVs will also continue to use the Android TV operating system. In the past we’ve had reservations about this OS because of its sluggishness, but Sony claims this year’s sets will ship with Android Oreo and should perform better.