Sony adds new XF83 & XF70 4K models to line-up

04 Apr 2018 | Rasmus Larsen |

XF83 (X830F) is a range of Android TVs in large formats whereas XF70 (X700F) is a more affordable option with 4K resolution in sizes ranging from 43 to 65 inches.

More mid-range Sony TVs

The TVs are meant to expand the mid-range segment of Sony’s 2018 line-up that now encompasses XF70, XF75, XF80, XF83, XF85 and XF90 as well as the A1 and AF8 OLED TVs in Europe. The new models are also expected to be available in the US as the X830F and X700F series.

The new 70 series will be Sony’s most affordable 4K TV in 2018. It will be sold in various design versions (XF7000 / XF7002 / XF7003 / XF7004 / XF7005 / XF7077 / XF7096).

Unlike the rest of Sony’s TVs, XF70 is not based on Google’s Android TV platform but it still offers a basic YouTube app. The company says that XF70 is compatible with HDR video but be aware that it has none of the hardware components to reproduce HDR.


Sony XF83


In addition, Sony will add a new XF83 range to its portfolio. This is an Android TV with 4K resolution. It will be available only in 60 and 70 inch formats and is compatible with two HDR formats (HDR10 and HLG).

Also read: Overview: Sony 2018 TV line-up

We have added XF70 and XF83 to the overview of Sony’s 2018 line-up where you can compare all of the models.






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