Sony brands new Bravia TVs as PS5 ready with 8K, 120fps support

Sony X90H

The Bravia Z8H is actually an 8K TV, but it will offer both HDR and 120Hz refresh rates at 4K, making it the preferred choice for PS5 owners who want the best quality output (if they can afford it). Not just regular TVs by the way, the company is launching new "Ready for PlayStation 5" TVs that come with features specifically tailored for gaming on a PS5. Both the models come with high grade LED lighting with local dimming features to support high contrast images used in games, as reported by Forbes. Sony says that its "Ready for PlayStation 5" TV models also boast BRAVIA Game Mode, which allows users to automatically play games on the PS5 console with low latency. "The Z8H is capable of displaying incredibly detailed 8K resolution images, while also showcasing 4K resolution gameplay images at super-smooth 120 FPS3 (supporting spec varies by PS5 game)". You can also wake both the TV and PS5 with the DualSense Controller and use the DualSense controller to control the TV.

"The X900H displays gameplay images of up to 4K resolution at 120 FPS3 with a very low input lag of 7.2MS4", Sony said in the announcement.

For the 55-inch model, X900H will cost $999, while the 85-inch one comes for $2,799. The 75-inch model costs $5,999 and the 85-inch TV can be bought for $8,999.



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