Sony X900F (XF90) received

14 Feb 2018 | Torben Rasmussen |

FlatpanelsHD has received the Sony X900F (US) / XF90 (Europe), which succeeds last year’s 90 series with full array local dimming. The 2018 version will also support Dolby Vision. What do you want to know?

Update 22.2.2018: The review is now online. Follow the link to find the Sony X900F (XF90) review.

Sony X900F / XF90

This is the successor to last year's X900E / XE90. The new LCD TV features full array local dimming and 4K resolution. It also has Android TV and will get Dolby Vision via a later firmware update.
More on Sony X900F here.


Sony X900F / XF90


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Sony X900F will be in the US in 49, 55, 65, 75, and 85 inch sizes, starting in March. XF90 will be available in Europe in 49, 55, 65 and 75 inch sizes, starting in March. Pricing details have been announced for the US but not yet for Europe.

Pricing:
  • USA: Sony X900F



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