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Sony announced a new lineup of Bravia 2 4K LED TVs


Sony has launched its latest Bravia 2 series of TVs with Google TV built in. The lineup includes two models: the S25 at 55 and 65 inches, complete with gaming capabilities, and the S20 at 43 and 50 inches, focused on everyday tasks.

In all cases, the models feature an LCD panel with a resolution of 3840x2160 pixels, 60Hz refresh rate and HDR10 support. The processor used is the X1 Picture Processor with 16GB of memory and advanced image enhancement algorithms.

Among the technologies implemented in the new TVs, the manufacturer mentions 4K X-Reality PRO and Motionflow XR to achieve a smooth picture, as well as Live Color, which is responsible for the brightness of colors. The gaming technologies included ALLM, Auto HDRHDR stands for High Dynamic Range imaging, and it is an old photography practice recently introduced to cameraphones like the iPhone and some Android devices (or with the use of special apps). Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode for PlayStation 5.

For sound, a pair of downward-facing, open-baffle speakers with a total power output of 20 watts are used. The TVs support Wi-FiWi-Fi is a type of wireless networking protocol that allows devices to communicate without cords or cables. Wi-Fi is technically an industry term that represents a type of wireless local area network (LAN) protocol based on the 802.11 IEEE network standard. It is the most popular means of communicating data wirelessly, within a fixed location, today. and Bluetooth v5.0 wireless connectivity, and run Android TV.

Other notable features include support for Google TV, which provides access to more than 700,000 movies, while Apple Home Kit and AirPlayIf you've seen the AirPlay function on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch then you might think that it's connected in some way to AirDrop another wireless option built into iOS. However, AirPlay isn't for file sharing like AirDrop. It is in fact a wireless technology that was developed by Apple for streaming content rather than transferring files. It was originally called AirTunes due to the fact that only digital audio was supported. give you the ability to control content.Safety measures include X-Protection PRO technology, which protects the TV from dust, humidity, lightning strikes and power surges.The Sony Bravia 2 comes with a remote control with six hotkeys for quick access to popular streaming services.The TV starts at $1152.

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