It shows X1 processor but have mentioned object based not frame based processing which is XR's USP. Other good things is it has frame dimming (not full array dimming but still good enough), 80H does not have frame dimming afaik, plus it has DTS support. No big difference apart from that.Sony has listed X80J on India site. Looks like 2021 models coming sooner than expected.
Triluminous is a technology that uses three colours to produce white colour and so colours are not natural. Without that it would look like a normal LED TV display, that's all. It is not going to be missed. It is a marketing gimmic.New X75 lists too with no triiluminous panel it seems.. Downgraded wrt x75 from years past
Sony Triluminous displays can display wider color gamut than normal lcds (with help of quantum dots).Triluminous is a technology that uses three colours to produce white colour and so colours are not natural. Without that it would look like a normal LED TV display, that's all. It is not going to be missed. It is a marketing gimmic.
Lol. I think I will just wait for the Samsung Frame 2021. Hope it comes well priced.Check the 65" Sizes hit compare and you will understand.Only motionflow 200 vs motionflow 100 was what i noticed.. Sony is shitting us by confusing users and shuffling features around it would seem.
Yes, noticed this in the morning, though no price mentioned.
Apart from all the things you have mentioned, one review caught my eye on their USA listing.
These caught my eyes apart from HDMI ports 3&4 having VRR, ALLM on a future firmware update etc...
- Vivid, Standard, Cinema, IMAX Enhanced, Game, Graphics, Photo, Custom, Dolby Vision Bright, Dolby Vision Dark, Netflix calibrated -
- (Voice Search)Yes4/(Built-in Mic)Yes.
- Voice zoom 2
- XR HDR Remaster
- With XR HDR Remaster, this TV can detect each object on screen, analyse its colour and adjust contrast for even more realistic pictures. Object-based processing, powered by BRAVIA XR, takes precision to a whole new level by adding adjustment of hue, saturation, brightness, motion vector, bandwidth and more. The result is exceptionally real scenes with greater depth, lifelike textures and natural colours.