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<div class="billede"><img src="pictures/mini-sonycrystalled.jpg" alt="Sony 84-inch 4K TV"></div>Sony to unveil 84" 4K TV at IFA - rumor

24 Aug 2012 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG has already confirmed the introduction of their <a href=><b>84" 4K TV at IFA</b></a>, but Sony has something similar planned. CNET reports that Sony has plans to introduce 84-inch TV with 4K resolution at IFA 2012 in Berlin.<br /><br /><b>Updated</b> with correct pixel information.<br /><br /><h3>Sony 84-inch 4K TV</h3>4K resolution is four times higher than Full HD and regarded as the next generation of TV technology. Sharp has already exhibited prototypes of <a href=><b>4K TVs</b></a> and <a href=><b>8K TVs</b></a>. LG has announced the <a href=><b>first 4K TV</b></a> and Sony has similar plans, according to sources in the TV industry.<br /><br /><p align=center><img class="imgresponsive" src="pictures/sonycrystalled-1.jpg" alt="Sony Crystal LED prototype"><br><i>Sony’s Crystal LED-TV was Sony’s highlight at CES 2012 in January. At IFA 2012 in September Sony plans to show a 84-inch 4K TV</i></p><br />According to the report, Sony plans to showcase an 84-inch TV with a 4096x3072 pixel resolution – a variant of 4K resolution. However, note that this is not the same pixel resolution as for example LG's 4K TV.<br /><br />The source says that Sony’s 84-inch TV will have a retro-styled look with a modern twist. The panel will utilize edge LED and the TV has detachable speakers. Some sources claim to know that it will cost around 30,000 USD. The 84-inch TV is also said to be part of Sony’ new 9 series.<br /><br />Sony has already introduced a projector with 4K resolution and a Blu-ray player with <a href=><b>4K upscaling</b></a> (no real 4K play back, though). FlatpanelsHD will report directly from the IFA floor, starting next week.<br /><br />- <i>Source: <a href= target=_blank>CNET</a></i>

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