The Sony X750H 4K UHD TVs have been released last year and these models are offering excellent picture quality and tons of features that are making it a great device to get for a little under $800.
Both models are offering the same features and specs, except for the panel's diagonal size, obviously. Here are the specs offered by these TVs: LCD display, Direct LED backlight, 3840 x 2160 4K UHD resolution, Frame Dimming, HDR10, HLG, 4K Image Processor X1, 4K X-Reality PRO, Live Color Technology, TRILUMINOS Display, Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, Motionflow XR 240 60hz, two 10W audio speakers, Bass Reflex Speaker, Dolby Audio, DTS HD, 16GB internal storage, Android OS, Voice Search, Google Play Store for installing apps, and support for all the popular streaming services. These TVs are also offering support for Google Assistant devices, Amazon Alexa and Apple AirPlay.
The Sony 65" X750H model is now available for $798. This Sony 4K UHD TV comes with the latest Android OS version, which means that you will be getting access to all the latest versions of any media entertainment app you might think of. The TV doesn't offer HDMI 2.1 connectivity, but it has been rumored for some time that it will get some kind of compatibility in the future for this technology. The HDMI 2.1 connectivity will soon become the standard port, as soon as the PS5 and Xbox Series X are re-stocked around the world that should most probably happen some time in 2022.