2016 Sony LED TV
There are 3 new HDR 4k LED models that Sony recently unveiled at the CES January 2016, the BRVX850D , BRVX930 and BRV940. The new 2016 TVs are superior along with much thinner screen bezels and and body.
The XBR-X930D ( having a screen size of 55 and 65 inches costing $3299 and $3999 respectively ) includes grid-array local-dimming that Sony calls Slim Backlight Drive, and which the company says allows for a thinner bezel without diminishing proper backlight distribution, the XBR-X940D(having a screen size of 75 and 85 inches costing $4999 and $5999) comes with a slim full-array direct-backlit LED.
Integrated with the new Sony engineered X-tended Dynamic Range Pro system, the 2016 HDR TV can creates deeper blacks along with brighter and colors than what its predecessors achieve. The 4K X-Reality PRO chip uses algorithms from a reality creation database for TV broadcasting, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, internet video and digital still photos to improve scaling and interpolation.
Sony also unveiled the more ergonomic version : XBR-X850D(55 inches at $2000) Series, which with Triluminos Display while also supports HDR and Android TV operating system, without the X-tended Dynamic Range Pro.
HDR content is relatively new and exclusive with around 500 content available in Amazon Video and Netflix as well as UHD blue ray, of course. Sony is also getting ready to deal with this in a way that’s exclusive to its new BRAVIA HDR 4K TVs. Sony introduced a 4K smart HDR TV application(ULTRA) exclusive HDR content offered. This application will be able to stream or purchase HDR 4K movies from Sony Pictures 4K video library(50 titles and ongoing).