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Sony XBR-A1E Bravia 4K OLED TV
Other than the mouthful of a name, this TV has a stunning display, finally competing with the LG OLED TVs. Sony’s design approach is the most unique of all the TVs in the list, as the super-slim panel is held up by a hinge stand that houses a lot of the internal components. The design looks magical - as it the TV is a canvas and the picture is a painting.
According to Sony, this TV offers unprecedented black levels and rich colour. The TV does support the Dolby Vision and HDR standards that are making its way into mainstream televisions this year. This is also an Android TV, which means it has Chromecast like features built right in.
A unique feature of this TV is the “Acoustic Surface sound technology”. The thin OLED panel becomes the diaphragm of the speaker and, as Sony suggests, provides a wide sound stage and synchronization between image and sound.
We do not know how expensive this will be or when it will come in stores, but we know that it will come in 55”, 65” and 77” models.