Sony LED and LCD Televisions
When it comes to the latest television technology, many people turn to Sony. With a large range and up-to-date features, Sony TVs are available in a large price range, allowing people with different requirements and budgets to still consider Sony TVs. Sony currently offers three main categories of televisions: OLED TVs, 4K HDR TVs and HD TVs.Sony OLED Televisions
The most expensive and latest in Sony's television range, Sony OLED TVs are available in 55-inch (139 cm) or 65-inch (164 cm) screen size. Known for their superior contrast, Sony OLED TVs boast deeper blacks and more natural colours than previous generations. Not to be confused with LED TVs, OLED TVs are the newer generation and higher-quality range of TVs. It is generally agreed that OLED TVs have the best picture quality of any type of TV, which stands to reason given their price point and exclusively large screen size.Sony 4K HDR Televisions
With a lower price point than OLED TVs, Sony's 4K HRD TVs include their range of Sony LED/LCD televisions. Sony has six ranges of 4K TVs, with the X7000 Series being the oldest technology and the cheapest, and the X9400 Series being the newest and most expensive. 4K is just another screen size resolution, similarly to 1080p, and currently only Sony LCD televisions are available in the 4K resolution. It has been observed that Sony LED/LCD televisions with local dimming technology are better performers than those without. Similarly, televisions from full-array LED backlights provide a higher picture quality than those with LED backlights around the edge only.Sony LED/LCD and OLED TVs
OLED is the newest technology to hit the world of televisions, taking over from LED/LCD. In general, LED/LCD TVs, from other brands as well as Sony LED TVs come in a variety of sizes. OLED TVs, on the other hand, are currently only available in the larger sizes.. As for the difference between LED TVs and LCD TVs: all LED TVs are basically LCD TV, with the only difference being that LEDs are the main light source. Apart from this, the two terms can be used interchangeably.