Sony has announced a new range of 4K HDR TVs with the launch of the new Sony XE70 range and they will be launching in Europe in July.
The new Sony XE70 range of 4K HDR TVs will come with WiFi, a built in Opera browser, three USB ports and more.
The XE70 Series comprises a variety of Sony technologies to provide an exceptional viewing experience by bringing the best out of 4K HDR picture and delivering lifelike sound. Whatever content is displayed on XE70, it stands out with its clarity thanks to 4K X-Reality™ PRO powerful image processing. Individual parts of each scene are analysed and matched with a special image database that independently addresses texture, contrast, colour and edges to produce a more realistic image. Fast-moving sequences during sports broadcasts or action films remain smooth and full of detail thanks to Motionflow™ XR. This innovative technology creates and inserts extra frames between the original ones, compares key visual factors on successive frames, then calculates the split second of missing action in the sequences.
Sony equipped the XE70 4K HDR TV with multiple exclusive sound technologies. ClearAudio+ fine-tunes TV sound for an immersive surround experience that allows music, dialogue and effects to be heard with greater clarity and separation. With Digital Sound Enhancement Engine (DSEE), lost frequency components are restored for natural audio with a more spacious feel, which means catch-up TV or low-resolution Internet videos sound significantly better. Cinematic S-Force Front Surround creates proper volume, time lag, and sound wave spectrum – using only left and right speaker channels – to naturally emulate three-dimensional sound fields.
You can find out more details about the new Sony XE70 4K HDR TV range at the link below, it will launch in July and screen sizes will be available from 43 inches to 65 inches.
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