Sony launches Bravia TV with 'Cognitive Processor XR', priced at ₹3,69,990
Sony Indiaintroduced the A95K OLED TV under its Bravia XR Master series.
- The smart TV features a dedicated game mode, HDMI 2.1 compatibility, Auto HDR Tone and more.
- The new model XR-65A95K is now available across online and offline channels.
AdvertisementWith an aim to expand its smart TVs portfolio, Sony India on Monday launched the new A95K OLED TV under its Bravia XR Master series that comes with 'Cognitive Processor XR' technology.
The 'Cognitive Processor XR' technology thinks like a human brain, providing a revolutionary experience that completely immerses viewers in their favourite content.
Priced at ₹369,990, the new model XR-65A95K is now available on both online and offline channels, said the company.
"This award-winning OLED TV introduces new and improved technology that help deliver the best and most immersive viewing experiences, authentically delivering the creator's true intent," the company added.
The new smart TV is currently available in only one screen size 65-inch. It comes with XR 4K Upscaling and
For gamers, it encompasses a dedicated game mode with HDMI 2.1 compatibility, including 4K 120fps, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), Auto HDR Tone and Auto Game Mode.
The smart TV comes with Google TV user interface with hands-free voice search which works seamlessly with Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit.
The company said that users can create their own cinema at home with exceptional visual and audio experience with
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