4.2 by user reviews
Create the ultimate in-home theater with the Sony 77-Inch 4K OLED TV. This Sony Smart TV is enhanced by HDR technology to produce a wider range of color for more natural shades in every picture. It has OLED technology, which dims and brighten on a per-pixel basis for extremely accurate colors. It features 4K display resolution, delivering drastically improved image quality. This Sony Smart TV features a 120Hz refresh rate, and Sony Motionflow XR, which analyzes movement and speed to provide online content with virtually no blur. Designed with a 77-inch screen, it will provide an immersive viewing experience. Equipped with a TRILUMINOS display, it conveys more realistic hues in each picture. It runs on Android OS, enabling you to wirelessly connect your smartphone via Bluetooth and transfer photos, videos, music, and other content directly to your TV. With Chromecast, it lets you access a range of apps, movies, music, and other content and easily control your TV with your phone as the remote.
This Sony TV has X-Reality PRO technology, which improves the quality of lower resolution media and makes normal high-definition images have near UHD detail. It features BRAVIA Sync Function, which enables you to control additional digital devices attached to the HDMI port by using your regular remote. It has built-in Wi-Fi and an Ethernet port, giving you access to your favorite online videos and games. Supporting DTS surround sound, it ensures incredible audio quality and a captivating entertainment experience. This Sony TV has four HDMI ports, letting you connect other devices to your entertainment system. It comes with a voice remote, so you can control your TV and port-connected devices with the sound of your voice.
- OLED technology achieves absolute blacks, leading to improved contrast
- Features a 77-inch screen, bringing you an immersive viewing experience
- Android OS gives users full access to watch live television
- 77-inch display makes it suitable for large spaces only
- Displays 4K, causing lower resolution images to look less sharp
- OLED doesn't have a back-light, making overall brightness lower