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Finding a great TV that suits your needs is harder than you think. You want something that’ll fit in your space but also fit your budget. And once you narrow down the field, you then have to go back and forth and compare a few models before landing on ‘the one’. But why put so much effort in your TV search when the perfect TV is right here?
This Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV has it all—and it’s on sale for $670, or $330 off at Amazon. That’s a 33 percent savings and the lowest price we’ve ever seen for this model.
Brilliant picture quality
Normally going for $1,000, this Sony 65-inch 4K Ultra HD LED TV is the latest from the tech company. It features a detailed picture, thanks to its massive 65-inch 4K display. Sony’s state-of-the-art Processor X1 powers this beauty for true-to-life visuals, while HDR (High Dynamic Range) settings make sure colors stay bright and black levels stay dark.
“This TV has exceeded my expectations,” writes a delighted five-star reviewer. “The picture is crisp and sharp from every angle; the design is very sturdy and I know it's crazy but the new remote is awesome! Our family doesn't use cable so the number of apps available for the TV is perfect. I think we already used Hulu, Netflix, Prime and YouTube TV and all of the streaming is very impressive. Definitely recommend this TV as I can't imagine a better 4K option.”
Amazon shoppers even say this Sony TV is sharper than Samsung’s models. “Compared to the similar brands like Samsung, this is definitely a lot sharper. NO competition,” adds another five-star reviewer. “The blacks are darker and the whites brighter. The presets for different picture modes are incredible and you can switch easily depending on what you watch.”
While some streaming TVs come with Fire TV or Roku built-in, this Sony 65-inch 4K stunner includes Android TV straight from Google. This means you’ll have instant access to popular streaming apps like Netflix, Disney+, HBO Max, Hulu, YouTube, Google Play Movies & TV and more, but you’ll also get a wide range of gaming apps too, such as Crossy Road, NBA Jam, Crashlands, Bridge Constructor Portal, Perfect Shift and more. These are things you just can’t do with Fire TV or Roku. Simply sync a wireless gaming controller to the TV via Bluetooth and you’re all set to get your game on.
Android TV includes Chromecast for slinging videos and music from your smartphone or tablet to the TV, as well as Google Assistant for voice search and hands-free navigation. In fact, this TV’s remote has a microphone and Google Assistant button on it, so you’ll always have the virtual assistant within reach.
“The Android TV interface is very intuitive. Super-fast, super easy. Screens were fluid and easy to understand,” shares a satisfied shopper. “It has all the apps I need and use (and then some). I love having Netflix and Prime as an app...The Google Assistant is super easy and awesome. I love telling my TV to watch my favorite programs or listen to my favorite music when the remote isn't handy.”
At 33 percent off, this Sony 4K TV delivers impressive picture and audio quality, along with a wide range of streaming options built-in — thanks to Android TV. If you’re craving a 4K TV that looks and feels like a more expensive model, don’t hesitate.
“This TV has an amazing picture. We were blown away by the colors and how sharp the clarity was,” adds another five-star Amazon shopper. “Android TV is cool because I can Chromecast Facebook videos or YouTube videos from my phone without having to pick up my remote.”
Want something a bit smaller? Sony’s 55-inch 4K TV model is on sale for $570, or $230 off at Amazon. That’s nearly 30 percent off. It’s the same as its 65-inch bigger brother, only with a smaller display.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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