Sony’s 65” 4K OLED HDR TV
January 15, 2018
The company also gave viewers something they didn't even know they wanted: a glass screen that doubled as a crystal-clear speaker. This year's Sony Bravia A8F offers the same functionality as last year's model, but with an even more powerful processor — all the better to power the set's versatile Android TV interface. An updated stand helps the Bravia look attractive in any living room.
Figure 1: Sony 65” OLED TV
Sony also showed an LCD 85-inch, 8K, with 10,000 nits of brightness screen in a ‘concept corner’ of Sony’s CES stand. 10,000 nits of brightness is significant in AV terms because it represents the outer brightness limit of the industry’s definition of high dynamic range (HDR) video. The brightest commercially available HDR content around right now tops out at 4,000 nits, but there’s no reason it should stop there in the future and Dolby is pushing hard o get the TV brands to adopt the higher brightness. Many believed the 10k nits made the TV the “best in show”