In recent, Sony was presented a 4.9mm Sony Ultra HD 4K TV at CES 2015. Additionally, at IFA at this moment, the company launched a two new TVs includes X91C (X9100C) and curved screen 4K TV S85C (S8500C) that extends the existing product segments.
High dynamic range (HDR), reproduces a greater dynamic range of luminosity or brightness levels, bringing greater contrast to the screen which is the features that the company is currently focused. The HDR is increased contrast reveals the subtle nuances of the image, from detailed blacks and shadows to the brightest whites and colours.
Sony is also working with streaming video providers such as Amazon Video to bring customers movies and TV shows in HDR (High Dynamic Range), a premium technology which generates deeper blacks, brighter peaks, and richer colour tones.
Sony also has a new X-tended Dynamic Range Technology which enhances the viewing experience of HDR and non-HDR TV content with deeper blacks and brighter whites. While the X-tended Dynamic Range Pro will offer up to 3 times the brightness range.
The Sony BRAVIA 4K TV X91C (X9100C) is the new 4K TV line has been introduced and the main highlight lies in its thickness only 15mm thin screen and a 75-inch display. This new TV owned Edge coating technology, displayed 4K images, compatible HDR and active 3D content. This product line does not support X-tended Dynamic Range Technology as more advanced products. This BRAVIA TV owns 4K image processor X1, Triluminos Display, S-Master Digital Amplifier and run Android TV OS.
Sony also offers new curved screen 4K TV S85C (S8500C) with two screen sizes 55-inch and 65-inch, the specifications are quite similar to the X8500C product lines. Sony BRAVIA S85C TVs priced from £1,749, while BRAVIA X91C has not any specific price detail or see Sony 4K TV 2015 series here.