Sony has introduced three new 4K-TVs at CES 2016.
The new series were named XBR-X930D, XBR-X940D, and XBR-X850D, the device, which the company calls the 4K Ultra HD TV, TV runs on Android platform and compatible with HDR (High Dynamic Range).
XBR-X940D limited series of 75-inch model, while series XBR-X850D will consist of 55, 65, 75, and 85-inch model. As for the XBR-X930D, the series consists of 55-inch and 65-inch models.
All new TVs are equipped with displays Triluminos display, and have the Sony 4K processor X1, which according to the company, improves color, contrast and sharpness and image quality with a resolution of 4K. Of course, they also support Google Cast.
While there is no word on pricing, but Sony said that the lineup will be available for purchase at «early 2016».
In addition to the new TVs, the Japanese company also introduced a new application called Ultra, which the company says will allow to buy and to stream 4K HDR-movies and TV shows directly to the TV. The application will be launched this year.