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Sony A9F (AF9) received

04 Oct 2018 | Torben Rasmussen |

FlatpanelsHD has received Sony A9F (AF9), which is part of the ‘Master’ series of flagship TVs. Besides 4K and HDR, it has a revamped Android user interface (Oreo). What do you want to know?

Sony A9F OLED

Together with Z9F, A9F represents Sony’s ‘Master’ series of flagship TVs based on LCD and OLED display technology, respectively. The TVs support 4K and HDR, including Dolby Vision. These are also the first Sony TVs with Android Oreo with a revamped user interface. The actual OLED panel is the speaker; something Sony calls Acoustic Surface.
More on Sony’ 2018 TV line-up.


Sony AF9 OLED


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Sony A9F in the US and AF9 in Europe is available in 55 and 65-inch sizes. See below for pricing details.

Sony AF9 OLED – prices & dealers

SeriesFeatures Price
AF9 OLED
4K Dolby Vision
Acoustic Surface+
Android TV (Oreo)
(USA)
(DE)



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