It's not clear if the 85" model can also have its feet in the inner position?
Nice prices, especially for the 85" model relative to the 75" model, but it all depends on how good the televisions are, after proper review by AVForums or elsewhere.
not yet available at John Lewis below 85 inches!Anyone got one from John Lewis yet ?
I haven't looked but I presume the Sony oleds have 2.1? If yes, another example of Sony trying to push consumers to OLED. I'm so disappointed they didn't build on the superb XE9305.
Yes but this is just an estimate/guess. Sony have not released any official information if the model is even planned, let alone release timeframe. I was going to wait for it too, but figured it would be delayed and not to mention outrageously expensive at launch. I decided to go for the AG9 as I don't really need HDMI 2.1 features (would have preferred them, but don't need them lol)A9H is September realease I'm told, I was going to buy AG9 but I was told to wait for it
No, none of the 4K Sony OLEDs have HDMI 2.1, much to a lot of disappointment (like many other top tier brands also besides LG). There is a rumour the replacement for AG9 (AH9) will have it, but nothing has been said yet about this potential model by Sony - and if so, likely to be pushed to next year now.
I wonder what Sony are playing at? Personally not fussed about 2.1 though but seems strange Sony aren't trying to keep up with other brands.
There may be a hiatus for introducing new tech until the end of 2021 as manufacturers assess the current global TV retail markets.It certainly seems strange that Sony, Panasonic, Philips and Samsung have not put HDMI 2.1 into their 2020 TVs (with some exceptions), especially considering the launch of the new consoles later in the year that will be running 2.1. Perhaps there is a supply issue and LG have cornered the market for now? (as well as Sony and Microsoft for console production). Perhaps they just don't see it as necessary for 4K televisions yet and don't want to add to their internal costs, and consider the gaming market that are holding out for 2.1 too small to make a commercial impact.
2020 will end up being quite an unusual year for TV sales!