Starting things off, we have the 2018 Sony OLED lineup, which consists of the replacement to last years A1E.
And if Sony's focus on big TVs is still a little too expensive for your blood, it will also have the X85F series this year, which uses last year's 4K HDR X1 chip - not the Extreme model - supporting HDR 10 and Hybrid Log-Gamma instead of Dolby. This will furthermore once again be a full HDR TV with support for HDR10, Dolby Vision, and possibly with support for HDR10+ if it takes off as expected.
Moving beyond its OLED flagship, we of course have the first of the so-far always dependable new premium HDR LCD Bravia TVs by Sony. Unlike the traditional, mediocre side or bottom speakers usually found on a TV, Sony's Acoustic Surface makes it seem as though audio emanates from specific areas of the screen - such as the mouths of people speaking.
- Features Acoustic Surface technology: the entire screen resonates with great sound emanating directly from the screen itself.
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Perhaps most exciting out of the new announcements is Sony's A8F Series, a TV lineup that builds upon the success Sony saw with the A1E it introduced previous year. On the other hand, the Sony X900F4K HDR TVs also comes with TRILUMINOS Display along with the new X-Motion Clarity technology of the company.
- Features 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme providing the ultimate 4K HDR viewing experience by incorporating three new technologies: Object-based HDR remaster, Super Bit Mapping™ 4K HDR and Dual database processing.
- Android TV with Google Assistant built-in: Find what you want quickly, simply by talking. Sony's Android TV works with Amazon Alexa to play, pause, fast forward, and rewind. Both the series also support Dolby Vision, which basically delivers higher brightness, higher contrast and more vibrant colours via Internet video services and HDMI.
Local pricing and availability is yet to be announced, but new TVs generally come out in the months between March and June in Australia.