Sony has launched a popular Sony TV Z8H 85 inch 8K LED in India, which supports 8K video and is very good in terms of picture quality. Sony’s 85-inch Ultra Premium 8K LED TV Z8H has been launched for Rs 13,99,990. Learn the special things about this TV.
Japanese company Sony, which manufactures smartphones, TVs, and other electronic products, has launched the most expensive TV in India so far. Sony launched the 85-inch Ultra Premium 8K LED TV Z8H LED in India on Monday 5 October, priced at Rs 13,99,990. The screen resolution of this 8K TV is 7680 x 4320 pixels so that you can get an idea of its picture quality. Sony has launched it in a way with the tagline ‘Ready for PlayStation 5’, which tries to show the premium user that this TV is for you if you want to make your gaming experience amazing. . Since the price of this 85-inch 8K TV is very high, Sony has clearly stated that this TV is for the premium customer, who wants to get a unique experience.
Best for gamers!
According to Sony, this smart TV has used the most powerful picture processor X1 Ultimate, which offers crisp images with high contrast. From this TV, gamers can easily connect PlayStation 5 and play games in 4K quality at 120 frames per second (fps). The refresh rate of this TV is up to 120 Hz. This TV from Sony Company is equipped with Full Array LED-backlit display, with X-tended Dynamic Range PRO and Local Dimming. Talking about the rest of the features of the Sony 85 inch 8K LED in India, it supports HDR 10, Dolby Atmos, and Dolby Vision.
Sony Z8H 85 inch 8K LED 16GB Storage
Sony’s 8K Smart TV runs on the Android TV operating system, in which you can easily open PlayStore and download your favorite apps. This TV has 16 GB of inbuilt storage. This Dhansu TV can connect 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports. The special thing about this TV remote is that if you keep it in the dark then the light starts burning in it automatically. The remote of this smart TV also has a Google Assistant feature. It also supports other AI devices including Alexa, Google Homes.
Competition with Samsung and LG
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