Sony announced a number of new low-end TVs back at CES in January, revealing a range of new models that have the same 4K resolution and High Dynamic Range as more expensive TVs, but with a lower price tag.

These new models include the XBR-X800D, XBR-X750D, and XBR-X700D.

All of the new TVs in the series will be powered by Google’s Android TV platform, with Google Cast in-built, Android TV Voice Search and a number of apps pre-installed that includes Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube and more.

They also have HDR and 4K resolutions as previously mentioned.

Where they differ is in their size.

The XBR-X800D will be available in two sizes, 49-inches for $1,500 and 43-inches for $1,300. The next on the list is the XBR-X750D, which won’t come with support for HDR out of the box, but Sony has said that it will have support in a future firmware update, with a  65-inch screen size, it will retail for $2,300.

The XBR-X700D also won’t come with HDR out of the box, but it will get it in a future firmware update, the 55-inch version of it will retail for $1,500 and the 46-inch model will retail for $900.

We don’t yet know any UK pricing for the televisions.

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