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Sony’s flagship 4K OLED TV is now available – and it’s way cheaper than expected

Sony Bravia OLED TV

Sony have now introduced their new flagship TV, which is now available in the UK. The new OLED was unveiled at CES 2020 where it caught so much attention. Sony still uses the core X1 ultimate video processor allowing it to display gorgeous picture quality. Holding a strong presence on the market, this tv comes at a less aggressive price than we initially thought.


  • X-Motion Clarity
  • Sony’s Acoustic Surface Audio system
  • Ambient Optimization
  • Smart TV


  • A little bulky
  • Not as bright as other OLEDs
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Read reviews down below:

  • If they turn out to be fairly aggressively priced, the Sony A8H OLED TV could be the company’s most all-round appealing OLED yet. – Techradar review
  • The Sony Bravia A8H OLED TV looks a lot like past models, but with enhanced sound. The premium OLED TV looks fantastic, with an impressive OLED display, a slim-chassis design, and Sony’s impressive Acoustic Surface technology that uses the OLED’s glass panel as the vibrational surface of the speaker. We’ve seen and heard this technology a lot over the last couple of years and it never fails to disappoint, providing superb sound quality that comes directly from the screen. – Tom’s Guide review
  • The A8H seems to have pretty much everything a mainstream OLED TV should have. Sony’s version of Android TV is smarter, cleaner and more expansive than most. The A8H’s operating system looks good and is simple to get to grips with, and can be easily customised to suit your viewing habits. – Stuff review

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