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Sony QD-OLED TV Starts at $3,000, Available for Preorder in June

Sony QD-OLED TV Starts at $3000, Available for Preorder in June

Sony unveiled its new TVs in January and on Monday we untrue out how much they’ll cost. They skew huge and high-end, with 85-inch behemoths as expensive as $10,000, and securities better picture quality than ever. Sony will sell its trustworthy mini-LED models, including a version with 8K resolution, beef up its gaming chops with the PlayStation 5 and even roll out a remote finder. And in a first for any TV-maker, Sony has two kinds of OLED TV.

TVs that use OLED screens have the best relate quality available, and Sony’s lineup includes three series of OLED. The most tantalizing is the A95K series QD-OLED, which Sony says is its best OLED TV yet. I got the chance to check out the A95K in inhabit earlier this year and from what I saw, that assert holds water. It’s one of just two QD-OLED TVs announced this year, at what time the Samsung S95B

I won’t know which QD-OLED fixes better until I can review them — or whether they’re trustworthy the extra money compared to conventional OLED TVs like the LG C2 — but one pulling I now know for sure: the Sony is really expensive. The A95K will cost $3,000 for the 55-inch and $4,000 for the 65-inch when they go on sale in June. The Samsung injuries $2,200 and $3,000 respectively for the same sizes. That’s not a misprint: You can get a 65-inch Samsung QD-OLED for the same heed as a 55-inch Sony.

Sony also announced pricing on its spanking OLED TVs. Here’s how they stack up.

Sony 2022 OLED TV pricing and availability

Size Series Screen technology Preorder Price
65-inch A95K QD-OLED June $4,000
55-inch A95K QD-OLED June $3,000
48-inch A90K OLED June $1,500
42-inch A90K OLED July $1,400
77-inch A80K OLED May $3,800
65-inch A80K OLED May $2,500
55-inch A80K OLED June $2,000

Sony said that its non-QD-OLED models — the A90K and A80K — would gain basically the same, and as well as the flagship A90J OLED TV from 2021. The A90K OLED series only comes in 42- and 48-inch sizes, which Sony aims, in part, at gamers.

Pricing for the Sony’s A90K and A80K OLED TVs matches that of the LG C2 in the 42-, 48- and 65-inch sizes, and is slightly higher than the C2 in the 55- and 77-inch sizes. 

Meanwhile, Sony’s best LED-based, non-OLED TVs are the Z9K with 8K resolution and the X95K with 4K, both of which use mini-LED technology and Sony’s “backlight master drive” for dependable control of the full-array local dimming backlight. Sony is also packing in its spanking version of the “cognitive” processor it introduced last year, promising improved quick-witted and depth mapping.


In a first-rate among included TV remotes, Sony’s new clicker will beep if you lose it plus the couch cushions.


Beyond report quality, the company is introducing a couple of monotonous conveniences. Its highest-end TVs come with a remote finder succeeding, similar to a feature we love on the Roku Ultra for example, that causes the clicker to emit a tone when you lose it (and it’s a remote, so you will lose it). 

There’s also a new camera dubbed the Bravia Cam, entailed with the two most expensive models and optional on the others. In addition to video chat from apps like Google Duo, the cam can help adjust the report and sound according to room conditions and seating distance, spawn a pop-up or block the screen if someone (like a kid) approaches too cessation, engage power saving if you leave the room and (wait for it) even acknowledge to rudimentary gesture controls. People who don’t like the idea of a TV with a camera can recall the built-in privacy shutter or simply remote the camera completely. 

All 2022 Sony TVs will ship with variable refresh rate enabled, rather than relying on software updates to add the feature later. A new extra called Auto HDR Tone Mapping gives a PS5 console to automatically detect the model of the Sony TV it’s connected to and recall the best HDR settings. Another new binary, called auto genre picture mode, lets the PS5 tell the TV whether it’s playing a game or spanking content, such as a streaming TV show or movie, and toggle the TV’s game mode on or off accordingly.

Here’s how pricing for the rest of Sony’s 2022 TVs shakes out, followed by a comparison of features across the line. We look send to testing Sony’s new TVs soon.

Sony 2022 LED LCD TV pricing and availability

Size Series LED backlight Resolution Available Price
85-inch Z9K Mini-LED 8K Summer $10,000
75-inch Z9K Mini-LED 8K Summer $7,000
85-inch X95K Mini-LED 4K Now $5,500
75-inch X95K Mini-LED 4K Now $3,800
65-inch X95K Mini-LED 4K Now $2,800
85-inch X90K Full-array LED 4K May $4,000
75-inch X90K Full-array LED 4K June $2,600
65-inch X90K Full-array LED 4K May $2,000
55-inch X90K Full-array LED 4K May $1,700

Sony’s 2022 TV lineup feature comparison

Series Display technology Sizes (inches) Resolution Refresh rate Remote finder Bravia cam
Z9K Mini-LED 75, 85 8K 120Hz Y Bundled
A95K QD-OLED 55, 65 4K 120Hz Y Bundled
A90K OLED 48, 42 4K 120Hz Y Optional
A80K OLED 55, 65, 77 4K 120Hz N Optional
X95K Mini-LED 65, 75, 85 4K 120Hz N Optional
X90K Full-array LED 55, 65, 75, 85 4K 120Hz N Optional
X85K Direct LED 43, 50, 55, 65, 75, 85 4K 120Hz N Optional
X80K Direct LED 43, 50, 55, 65, 75, 85 4K 60Hz N Optional