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Sony has revealed plans to launch its XG95 Series 4K HDR televisions in retail stores from early March, with pre-orders starting in selected European countries.

bravia 20 feb 2019As a line of full-array LED TVs, the XG95 series is designed to deliver cinematic contrast and brightness for more accurate detail and depth, the company said -- thanks to multiple zones of LEDs positioned directly behind the screen.

Combined with Sony’s local dimming technology, the X-tended Dynamic Range PRO, the XG95 can independently dim or brighten these individual zones of LEDs for enhanced contrast and brightness.

The XG95’s Picture Processor X1 Ultimate can also intelligently detect and analyse each object in the picture through Sony’s object-based Super Resolution technology. Also, the object-based HDR remaster allows each object to be remastered individually for better depth, accurate texture and all-in-all more realistic picture.

The XG95’s X-Wide Angle 75” and 85” models use Sony's original optical design to control light from the backlight. They also feature X-Motion Clarity, which minimises motion blur during sports and fast action scenes.

The XG95 series also includes the Sony Acoustic Multi-Audio technology; two sound-positioning tweeters in the rear of the TV combine with the existing audio system to recreate sound coming from the centre of the screen.

Other features include Netflix Calibrated Mode, IMAX Enhanced1, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos2.

The XG95 series operates on the Sony Android platform, which supports a wide range of apps from Google Play, including YouTube, Netflix, Prime Video and more, and Google Assistant is built-in.