At CES 2020, Sony officially released its first TV lineup in 2020, ranging in size from 48 inches to 85 inches.
First the smallest OLED TV in Sony's history , this is a 48 Inch 4K resolution OLED TV. In fact, LG just released its new 48 Inch OLED TV product recently. It seems that small and medium-sized OLED TV panels have begun to be shipped on a large scale. In the near future, we should be able to see more brands of 48 Inch OLED TV lineup.
Then there's the new 8K flagship model z8h, which is available in 75 inch and 85 inch versions(or how to highlight 8K resolution?) , LED material, z8h also equipped with a frame tweeter speaker, which can vibrate the frame of the TV itself to make sound, Sony said the effect is more immersive than the built-in speaker.
Next came the OLED a8h, available in 55 and 65 inch sizes; the LED x950h and x900h, available in 49 to 85 inch sizes.
All new TVs are also equipped with triluminos display technology, which can get more color performance; all TVs except x900h are equipped with picture processor X1 ultimate chip; OLED products newly support x-motion clarity dynamic technology, which can improve the performance of sports scenes.
On top of that, Sony TV has upgraded its Android 9 system to support Google Voice Assistant and AirPlay2 and HomeKit.
As for the price, Sony hasn't announced yet.