4K up to 85 inches and 120 Hz

Sony finally confirms prices for your new TVs of 2022. The company announces how much these televisions will cost us in Europeboth for its new ranges QD-OLEDsuch as OLED and LCD.

During this year Sony has prepared up to four models for us, the A95K being the one that leads this entire range of televisions. The new QD-OLED technology manufactured by Samsung will have its litmus test in the coming weeks and with regard to Sony models We already have both prices and a launch window.

A more affordable entry to QD-OLED than expected

El A95K will arrive in Europe in 55-inch and 65-inch versions. Its panels are based on Samsung’s QD-OLED technology and it is for this reason that there is great expectation behind it.

Among its outstanding features we find a native frequency of up to 120 Hz, Cognitive Processor XR processor for image scaling and compatibility with Dolby Vision, HDR10 + and HDR10. In addition, in terms of sound we find a system with a total power of up to 60 W RMS compatible with Dolby Atmos and incorporates HDMI 2.1 and eARC connections. Sony will also bet on its entire range for Android TV as an operating system.

Prices in Europe of all Sony models


The other Sony series also already have prices in Europe. And it is that both the A80K, X95K and X90K have prices confirmed by the Japanese company. In this case we find OLED models, LCD with MiniLED technology and LCD with FALD backlight (Full-array Local Dimming). You can find the complete price list under these lines:

  • Sony A95K: 3,050 euros for its 55-inch version and 4,050 euros for the 65-inch size.
  • Sony A80K: 2,300 euros for its 55-inch model, 3,200 euros for the 65-inch model and 4,500 euros for the 75-inch model.
  • Sony X95K: 3,500 euros for its 55-inch version, 4,500 euros for the 75-inch version and 6,500 euros for the 85-inch version.
  • Sony X90K: 1,600 euros for the 55-inch size, 2,000 euros for the 65-inch, 2,700 euros for the 75-inch and 4,000 euros for the 85-inch.

The A95K TVs arrive in Germany from next May. There are still no confirmed dates for this and the rest of the models in our country, so we will have to be attentive in this regard.

If we make a comparison with last year’s prices, we have to for 450 euros more we get the QD-OLED model from Sonya technology that, in the absence of testing it, is theoretically much higher than the conventional OLED that we found in the A90J. Instead, the MiniLED model if it has been increased in price, finding somewhat more affordable options like those of Samsung. Similarly, the confirmed prices for Spain are yet to be known, which may vary.

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