Sony will in 2022 launch a series of more affordable OLED TVs called A75K with 4K resolution, 100/120Hz panel, HDMI 2.1, and Google TV.
Sony A75K OLED TVs
Sony will widen its OLED TV line-up in 2022 with the flagship A95K QD-OLED model and for the first time a 7-series OLED model, A75K, that will compete with offerings from LG, Philips and other brands that have in recent years introduced more affordable OLED models.
Sony A75K will use LG Display's WOLED panel. It features 4K resolution, 100/120Hz panel refresh rate, two HDMI 2.1 ports with 4K120 and VRR, and Sony's most advanced 'Cognitive Processor XR' processor. In other words, most of the same features found in more expensive Sony OLED TVs.
Also read: Sony unveils 2022 A95K QD-OLED TVs and A90K, A80K OLED TVs
So why is A75K cheaper than A80K? It has a scaled-down 'Acoustic Surface Audio' speaker system and a different design. However, buyers should not expect it to compete with LG A1 (LG's 50/60Hz OLED TV without HDMI 2.1) on price, FlatpanelsHD was told.
Sony A75K OLED TV
It is a Google TV with access to streaming apps like Amazon, Apple TV, Disney+, HBO Max, and Netflix. It comes with built-in Chromecast and Google Assistant. Furthermore, it is compatible with Sony's new optional camera that was announced at CES.
Sony A75K will be available in 55 inches (55A75K) and 65 inches (65A75K).
As part of the announcement Sony also revealed the X75K Google TV model as well as the X73K and X72K Android TV models. FlatpanelsHD is chasing more details on these LCD TVs.
Sony will announce pricing and launch details for its 2022 TVs later.