Product Highlights

  • UHD 3840 x 2160 LED Panel
  • HDR10- & HLG-Compatible
  • Future Update for Dolby Vision Support
  • 120 Hz Refresh + Motionflow XR Digital
  • Screen Mirroring Technology
  • Built-In Wi-Fi Connectivity
  • Access the Google Play Store & Apps
  • Works with the Google Assistant & Alexa
  • 4 x HDMI / 3 x USB
  • 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme

After a 2017 lineup of 4K HDR TVs that were good to great pretty much across the board, Sony has shown that it can keep things just as good or even better in some ways for 2018, at least with what we’ve seen from the excellent X900F 4K HDR LCD TV that we’re reviewing here. Released in early 2018, this model is sort of a successor to the 2017 X900E but with some notable differences and certain improvements in overall performance. In a very general sense we can say concretely that the X900E is excellent or at least very good pretty much across the board even if you’re used to seeing premium 4K TVs in action. For anyone who’s never before owned an ultra HD HDR television, this, TV will seem downright awesome.

Now let’s get down to the specific things we liked, and disliked, most about this particular Sony model.

Positives Side

Positive sides are Good value for its price, Excellent overall display brightness, fantastic HDR content delivery, high quality color performance across the board, Google Assistant & Great 4K TV for gaming

Negatives Side

Negative sides are poor viewing angles & Peak brightness could have been higher.


View content at four times the resolution of 1080p with the Sony X900F-Series 65″-Class HDR UHD Smart LED TV. It has a 64.5″ LED display, and incorporates Sony’s Motionflow XR technology to digitally enhance fast-moving images to reduce blur. HDR10 and HLG compatibility provide a wide color gamut for compatible content, and Dolby Vision HDR support is scheduled to be made available via a future firmware update.

The X900F-series has built-in Wi-Fi connectivity to allow access to the Google Play store, your favorite apps, and Internet-based content via its Android operating system, plus content sharing and screen mirroring with your other compatible smart devices such as your smartphone or tablet. The Viewed web browser is also available for download through the Google Play store. With four HDMI inputs, there are multiple options for connecting high-definition video sources. A composite video input is also available for connecting legacy equipment, while three USB ports are onboard for connecting compatible multimedia peripherals like flash drives.

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