• Sony takes TV to a new level

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    This new Bravia runs on the latest Google Android TV operating system and features an ultra-slim design

    This new Bravia runs on the latest Google Android TV operating system and features an ultra-slim design

    Sony Philippines once again takes a big leap in sound and home entertainment technology as it debuts its latest line of smart and innovative televisions with the new 4K and Full HD TVs, designed to provide the most immersive and high-resolution cinematic experience for customers.

    “We at Sony are very excited to launch this new and improved product line as we always strive to put innovation and style together. With this latest 4K and Full HD lineup of TVs with the Android OS, we have created a platform that our customers will value. We are continuously aiming to become a lifestyle brand fit for every forward-looking customer,” said Nobuyoshi Otake, president and managing Director, Sony Philippines.

    Ranging from 43 to 75 inches, the new BRAVIA 4K models include four new series and eight new models that will be available in the Philippines in the coming months.

    The new televisions (All 4K models: X9400C, X9000C, X8500C, X8300C and Full HD series: W800C) support Google’s latest Android TV operating system 5.0 or lollipop, allowing users to easily stream video, use it as a gaming device and present them with enhanced features for a full interactive Android experience.

    Meanwhile, the Bravia Full HD line boasts of picture quality and slim features making it an entertainment essential in any household.

    The W800C and W700C allows customers to maximize their use of home space with the W’s super slim design ranging from 32 up to 65 inches. Meanwhile, the R series has the same Sony super slim design, equipped with a built-in wireless LAN feature, reducing the messy cables while providing a hassle-free Wi-Fi connectivity.

    For more information, visit www.sony.com.ph.

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