Sony Bravia X85C 55, 65 and 75 inches, 4K TVs with Android

Sony X85C

Sony has taken advantage of the CES framework to present a sample of the entire line of televisions for this 2015 (at least for the first half of the year). The Sony Bravia X85C series equipment will be available in 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch formats with powerful 4K resolution, which is four times the level of detail of traditional Full HD panels. In addition, another of the great news that the new Sony TVs bring us is the inclusion of the Android platform adapted for use on Smart TV. An interesting incentive to enjoy applications and games alone or in company. We tell you all the details about this new generation of televisions from the Japanese company.

The Sony Bravia X85C series models will arrive in three different formats, 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch . These TVs sport a slim design (though they don't come close to the impressive half-centimeter-thick Sony Bravia X90C) and pack in powerful UHD or 4K resolution . This resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels is four times the detail of Full HD panels. The feeling it generates is that of looking at a window to the real world. But also, Sony has deployed a new X1 image engine so that we can enjoy TV content with quality and good fluidity. We also have ascaler so that the contents in HD or SD look much better (although without reaching the levels of native content in 4K).

Sony Bravia X85C

Another key to these teams is its panel with Sony Triluminos technology . This technology favors a more vivid reproduction of images when we are in front of scenes in which basic colors dominate. For example, this effect is very noticeable in nature scenes. The details of the skin are also improved compared to a traditional panel. Sony also wanted to highlight a good frequency of 800 Hz , which increases the fluidity of the images even in those scenes in which there is a lot of movement.

And of course, we could not finish this review without referring to one of the great novelties of this year. It is about the inclusion of the Android platform adapted for television. This ecosystem brings us interesting functions, such as the ability to intuitively control television through voice . For example, we can say the command "Back to the future" and the system will automatically search for the mythical Michael J. Fox movie on Google Play to rent it. Another novelty is the ability to stream content from various online platforms directly from the smartphone, tablet or Chromebook to the television.

And of course, the ability to control TV with our Android smartphone could not be missing either . In fact, we can even control it through an Android Wear device such as a smart watch. At the moment we do not have official data on the prices or release date of this series. We'll be alert.