Sony has released its new televisions for 2022 and with all the known ones, a new model that until now has not appeared among those we have known. This is the Sony A75K, a model that is part of the Bravia XR range and is below the A80K that we already knew.

A model that will arrive in 55 and 65 inches diagonally with the Cognitive Processor XR processor included in its big brothers. Equipped with OLED panels (it is not QD-OLED), this model allows the use of games in 4K at 120 Hz and has the Acoustic Surface Audio sound system.

The entry-level OLED

A television that is positioned as an entry-level model for the AXXK range. It comes in the most classic sizes of 55 and 65 inches. A more traditional high-end OLED TV that comes with an update to Bravia Core with a calibration mode and will also be compatible with the Bravia Cam, a webcam accessory that will be included in both flagship models and can be added in the rest. television sets by 2022.

The Bravia Cam is an accessory that allows you to make video calls through Google Duo, but it will also allow you to control the TV with gestures, take advantage of it for the calibration of the TV and has a warning system. proximity with which to turn off the television in case of absence and thus save energy.

A model that also arrives ready to take advantage of the potential of the PlayStation 5 by having the Auto HDR Tone Mapping mode to optimize the image by detecting the best HDR parameters or switch to game mode when using the console. This TV is also compatible with HDMI VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) and with 120Hz refresh rates.

A model that, like the rest of the brand’s televisions, bets on Google TV as its operating system. Compatible with Google Assistant and Alexa, it integrates a Chromecast and allows integration into the Apple ecosystem by being compatible with AirPlay 2.

A model that has the new remote control, in which the number keys have been removed and its size has been reduced by 36%. In the connections section, you cannot miss the connection via the HDMI 2.1 port, which makes it suitable for use with the next generation consoles from Microsoft and Sony.

The new model is already appearing on Sony’s Spanish website with the label coming soon, so the price and when it will hit the market is not yet known.

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