- Sony Bravia X82L televisions are announced in the market of India.
- The devices are coming with IMAX Enhanced Certification.
- It is also coming with Google TV.
The Japanese electronic giant Sony has officially introduced its new televisions in the market of India called the Sony Bravia X82L TV series in India. So let’s check out the complete details of the new TV series in the country.
Everything about Sony Bravia X82L TVs
The Sony Bravia X82L series is available in 55, 65, and 75-inch screen sizes and the same offers a 4K resolution along with HDR formats. It features a 4K HDR picture engine and Triluminous Pro algorithm. It is also IMAX Enhanced certified as well.
It is also coming with an X-balanced speaker with Dolby Atmos and spatial sound support. The televisions feature X-Protection PRO technology and the same is dust and humidity resistant as well as safeguarded against lightning strikes and power surges.
The Sony Bravia X82L is coming with a 4K HDR picture engine and the same features the Bravia Core app which will offer a large library of Sony Picture’s movies that are available to stream in near 4K Blu-ray technology with Pure Stream. It is also supporting variable refresh rate, auto-low latency mode (ALLM), auto HDR tone mapping, and game mode with PS5. It also features Bravia Cam and the same will offer gesture controls, proximity alerts, and protected privacy. The latest Sony Bravia X82L runs on Google TV OS with hands-free voice search and access to apps and games.
It is also supporting Chromecast, Apple AirPlay, and HomeKit. The TV series is also supporting four HDMI 2.1 ports, an Ethernet port, two USB ports, and a headphone jack.
The 55-inch Sony Bravia X82L is priced at Rs 91,990 while the 65-inch variant costs Rs 1,24,990, the pricing of the 75-inch model is yet to be announced. You can buy the devices from Sony centres, major electronics store, and e-commerce portals.
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