Like a number of other companies, Sony revealed its 2020 TV lineup at CES last month. Today, Sony revealed pricing for some of those TVs, specifically those in X800H series and the X950H series. These TVs are all 4K HDR sets, complete with support for Android TV.
They’ll also be available in a number of different screen sizes. Strangely, while Sony revealed pricing for all of the TVs in the X800H series today, it only revealed pricing for some of the X950H sets. We’re not sure what the hold up is, but Sony says that the remaining X950H prices will be announced at a later date.
Regardless of the hang ups with the X950H TVs, we received pricing for all of the TVs in the X800H series today. These LED TVs are build around Sony’s X1 4K HDR processor and use the company’s Triluminos display, and since they support Android TV out of the box, that means they’ll also be able to tap into Google Assistant. Check out the prices for each TV in the line below:
• 85” Class (84.6” diagonal): $2,699.99 MSRP
• 75” Class (74.5” diagonal): $1,799.99 MSRP
• 65” Class (64.5” diagonal): $1,199.99 MSRP
• 55” Class (54.6” diagonal): $999.99 MSRP
• 49” Class (48.5” diagonal): $749.99 MSRP
• 43” Class (42.5” diagonal): $699.99 MSRP
On the other hand, the X950H TVs use Sony’s Picture Processor X1 Ultimate, but the same Triluminos display as the TVs in the X800H series. It seems that the two series share a lot of specifications, with the main differentiator being the processor. Check out the pricing Sony has revealed thus far for the X950H series below:
• 85” Class (84.6” diagonal): $4,999.99 MSRP
• 49” Class (48.5” diagonal): $1,199.99 MSRP
Sony is opening up pre-orders on these TVs at Amazon and authorized retailers around the US today, but taking a look at Amazon, there’s only a couple different classes of each series available. Looking at the X800H listing, we see that only the 43-inch and 49-inch sets are up for pre-order with a release date of February 10th. When it comes to the X950H, only the 49-inch TV is available to pre-order with a release date of February 17th. We’ll see if Sony announces pricing and pre-order details for the rest of the TVs in both of these lines, so stay tuned.
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