Sony is offering next-generation smart televisions and promises good entertainment and an improved viewing experience. The brand has even said that users can enjoy better colours and the 4K clarity is also improved. The brand also suggests that the sound quality is even better than before.
Let’s take a look at the specifications of the upcoming television series:
Sony Bravia X70L specifications
The new Bravia X70L series offers slim TVs which come with a sleek design to maximise screen. It also has minimal bezels.
The Bravia X70L televisions are available in two variants; 43-inch and 50-inch. It is powered by the X1 Picture Processor which helps cut noise and boost details. It comes with 4K resolution and Live Color technology.
If you’re looking for good 4K televisions then this might be the one for you as it allows viewers to enjoy a complete 4K experience. Even the pictures which are shot in 2K are upscaled to around 4K with the 4K X-Reality PRO. So the details are going to be sharp and smooth.
Speaking of the sound, the Sony Bravia X70L series comes with baffle-down twin speakers. They offer a 20-watt and are backed by Dolby Audio. It offers a clearer and more natural sound when it comes to music.
The upcoming Bravia X70L is a smart TV where you can download 10,000+ apps, see 700,000+ movies and TV episodes as well as watch live TV. It runs on Google TV and supports Google Assistant, the remote is voice-enabled.
It even supports Apple Home Kit and AirPlay and can be integrated with iPhone and iPad for streaming.
Sony also promises that the Bravia X70L series offers long-lasting televisions. They are built with the X-Protection PRO technology. These TVs also come with dust and humidity protection. The brand further revealed that these TV sets are safeguarded from lightning strikes and power surges.
Sony Bravia X70L price
Looking at the price range, the KD-43X70L (43-inch) model is priced at ₹59,900 and the KD-50X70L (50-inch) is priced at ₹74,900.
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