On Monday, Sony announced the pricing of the flagship Master Series televisions as well as that of its new LCD and OLED models originally revealed at CES earlier this year.
Back in January at this year's annual International Consumer Electronics Show, Sony unveiled its latest flagship TVs, the Master Series, as well as a slew of lower-tier OLED and HDR models; this week the pricing was revealed.
While the smaller three televisions of the Master segment, the A9G TVs, measure in at 65", 55", and 77" and feature 4K OLED displays with over eight million pixels, the two larger models -- the Z9G TVs -- are 8K HDR televisions with 33 million pixels. The A9G lineup will go for $3,500, $4,500, and $8,000, respectively, and will launch in May and June, while the Z9G set will retail for $13,000 and $70,000 starting in June.
The 4K OLED A8G lineup, on the other hand, will be available in May and the prices will be far less eye-watering than that of the flagships. The 55" model will put owners back $2,500 and the 65", $3,500.
In terms of 4K HDR televisions, there are three different options available in a variety of sizes. The X950 displays six times the contrast of the company's conventional LED TVs, and the X-Wide Angle and X-Motion Clarity features ensure that the picture is clear from all viewing angles. The 85", 75", 65", and 55" models will be available in late April for $5,000, $3,500, $2,200, and $1,400.
The X850 4K HDR TV, which is only available as an 85" model, forgoes some of the features that come with the 85" flagship model like Netflix Calibrated Mode, IMAX Enhanced support, and Sony's Acoustic Surface Audio+ technology. Nevertheless, it is a large model that's available for a much more budget-friendly MSRP of $3,500 instead of $13,000.
Lastly, Sony's most basic X800G 4K HDR line is the most affordable of the bunch with five models available: 43" for $650, 49" for $750, 55" for $900, 65" for $1,200, and 75" for $2,000.