- Discover thrilling 4K HDR with the Sony BRAVIA High Dynamic Range (HDR).
- Immerse yourself as pictures come vividly to life on a 4K HDR TV with TRILUMINOS Display
- A slick design with such a narrow bezel, all your focus will be on what’s important - the picture
- Command your TV using your voice, see 400,000+ movies and TV episodes on this Android TV™
With the Sony BRAVIA High Dynamic Range, experience spectacular 4K HDR (HDR).
On the X72K TV, images come to life, engaging you in the drama and thrill of movies, TV shows, and games. It brings the best of 4K via disc, broadcasting, or streaming into your house by supporting a number of HDR formats.
Our breathtaking, true-to-life TRILUMINOS Display offers a larger colour palette than traditional televisions, giving you access to over a billion colours in high definition.
Our BRAVIA ENGINE is the brains behind this fantastic TV, using full digital processing to optimise colour and contrast so you can watch stunningly realistic scenes.
The X72K has a slim blade stand that fits into any interior and a narrow bezel to focus all attention on what matters most – the picture.
Use your voice to control your television! You can locate material faster than ever before by simply pressing the button on your remote - ask your Google Assistant to find a certain title, search by genre... You can also get personalised recommendations, check out the latest football scores, and operate your other smart home gadgets, among other things.
OK Google is compatible with the X72K.
With this Android TVTM, you can watch over 400,000 movies and TV series, play music and games, install your favourite apps, and much more.
Want to stream content to your TV from your smartphone, tablet, or laptop? You can do precisely that with Chromecast built-inTM!
You may even save your favourite TV shows on an external USB hard drive so you can watch them anytime you want. The USB HDD REC provides for one-touch and timed recording of digital broadcasts; merely press REC to begin recording, and it will automatically stop when the programme is over.