Sony has released a little more information on its plans for TV in 2019. There are four new ranges now confirmed, led by the XG83, which uses the company's top tier X1 Processor. The XG83 range is joined by the XG81, XG80 and XG70 (pictured above) TV series.
The smallest screen size starts at 43 inches, with a 43in model in each of the ranges, while the XG50 range tops out at the largest 75-inch screen size. There are 15 new TVs in total, joining the Sony Master Series flagship TVs that were shown off at CES, alongside an 8K LCD.
The XG83 uses the 4K HDR Processor X1 with object-based HDR remaster and Super Bit Mapping HDR technology to get the best out of 4K HDR pictures and hopefully deliver yet brighter and more realistic images compared to previous generations.
Sony's 4K X-Reality PRO technology is across all the ranges, as is the Triluminos Display. The XG83 features a premium aluminium finish, while the XG81, XG80 and XG70 sport a brushed aluminium-look bezel.
All but the XG70 range will be running Sony's Android TV smart interface, with support for Google Play apps, as well as the likes of Amazon Prime Video, Netflix of YouTube. Google Assistant is also built-in.
The XG83 comes in 43in and 49in sizes, the XG81 is available in 43in, 49in, 55in and 65in versions, the XG80 can be had in 43in, 49in, 55in, 65in and 75in sizes, and the XG70 is offered in 43in, 49in, 55in and 65in screen sizes. Release dates and prices are yet to be announced.