Sony is launching new BRAVIA TVs on Jan 7th at CES 2021 | Digit

Sony has had a pretty good year, all things considered, and had a number of TVs out in 2020. The company implemented a few design changes to their A8H and X90 series of TVs, giving people more options when it comes to placing their TVs on a table-top. It gave users two different positions to place the TV. The company also launched the much-awaited PS5 internationally with an India release date set for February 2. But, that’s not all as a YouTube teaser posted by Sony seems to suggest that…

Sony X90H starts receiving HDMI 2.1 update, adds Apple TV Plus app | Digit

The Sony X90H is marketed as Sony’s ready for PS5 TV and this is because the TV brings with it support for HDMI 2.1. The TV was said to receive a firmware update enabling HDMI 2.1 functionality but only in two of the four HDMI ports – HDMI 3 (which is also the ARC port) and HDMI 4. The update has now started rolling out.  It looks like the Sony X90H is also getting a native app for Apple TV. The app isn’t available via the Play Store but rather,…

Sony 8K LED TV Z8H launched in India, priced at Rs 13,99,990 only | Digit

Sony has launched its 8K TV, the Z8H in India. The TV is priced at Rs 13,99,990. In India, the TV is available in 85-inches only and the official model number of the TV is KD-85Z8H. Considering this is Sony’s flagship TV it packs in every piece of technology Sony has to offer under its TV umbrella. It features Sony’s X1 Ultimate chip, TRILUMINOS Display and even support for HDMI 2.1 making it compatible with the PS5 and Xbox Series X. Let’s take a look at the features of the TV in detail. …

Sony 8K LED TV Z8H will launch in India on October 5 | Digit

If you are looking to be one of the first to get onto the 8K bandwagon, then there is good news for you. The Sony Z8H, Sony’s flagship 8K LED TV will launch in India on October 5, 2020. The TV will support HDMI 2.1 which makes it ready for the next console generation – the PS5 and the Xbox Series X. The price of the TV is not yet known. However, the TV is listed on the Sony India website with a “price on request” label.  Sony Z8H 8K TV…

Sony launches ready for PlayStation 5 BRAVIA X9000H TV in India | Digit

Sony is scheduled to launch the PS5 towards the end of 2020 and speculations suggest it could come to India soon after its international launch. One of the biggest advantages of the PS5 is that it supports HDMI 2.1 bringing with it features like Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) to name a few.  If you are looking to upgrade your TV to one which has HDMI 2.1 to make the most of the upcoming console, then Sony has the TVs for you. Sony has introduced the…