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Sony’s 2022 Bravia TV lineup includes new Mini LED models

At CES 2022, Sony announced the 2022 models of their Bravia XR TVs with the new Master Series Z9K 8K, X95K 4K Mini LED and more.

Sony’s 2022 Bravia TVs are running their Cognitive Processor XR. The chip also powers the XR Backlight Master Drive which uses a local dimming algorithm to control thousands of Mini LEDs with precision.

“Sony is committed to offering the best viewing experience possible, no matter the at-home environment or content selection,” said Tyler Ishida, President of Consumer Business Group, Sony Electronics Inc. “With best-in-class picture and sound quality, our new TVs enhance any on-screen
streaming and gaming content to create a powerfully immersive big-screen experience.”

The company announced something they are calling the Bravia Cam. This attaches to your Bravia TV and allows users to calibrate their TV by analyzing your surroundings.


“Sony’s purpose is to fill the world with emotion, through the power of creativity and technology. By leveraging our product innovation and the creative community, we bring that to life,” said Neal Manowitz, President and Chief Operating Office, Sony Electronics Inc. “It is through working with our partners and the creators themselves that we can support their vision and deliver that to the consumer.”

Other features of the 2022 Bravia TV lineup include Google TV, a new premium aluminum remote and Netflix Adaptive Calibrated Mode.


The Master Series Z9K 8K Mini LED comes in both 85-inch and 75-inch screen sizes.


The Master Series A95K 4K uses OLED technology and comes in 55 and 65-inch screen sizes.


The X95K 4K Mini LED is offered in 65, 75 and 85-inches.


The Master Series A90K 4K is like the A95K as that it’s 4K and OLED but comes in 48 and 42-inch screen sizes.


The A80K OLED 4K comes in 77, 65 and 55-inch screen sizes.


Then finally there’s the X90K that is a 4K LED TV with 85, 75, 65 and 55-inch screen options.


Sony’s 2022 Bravia TV lineup is set to go on sale in Spring 2022, with pricing and availability announced closer to launch.

Source: Sony


By Sachin Bahal

Sachin is the editor-in-chief of TheCanadianTechie, a site he started in 2012 to become the ultimate, independent source for tech enthusiasts or “techies”. He is a versatile writer with a passion for technology and loves to write about gaming, entertainment, tech and more.

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