Watch it change everything.
Once you've seen the world in 4K Ultra High Definition, there's no looking back. With Sony 4K Ultra HD, breathtaking detail is depicted with pinpoint accuracy for the most natural images. You also get the widest color spectrum we've ever offered and 65 watts of powerful sound from built-in speakers. It's quite simply the most immersive, highest resolution TV experience possible.
Four times clearer than HD.
See more on TV than ever before with over 8 million individual pixels (3,840 x 2,160) compared to about 2 million (1,920 x 1,080) on your current HDTV. Advanced picture processing also ensures that every single pixel displays images with superb brightness and authentic detail. It's the highest resolution picture Sony has ever produced on a TV.
Sony 4K TVs enhance everything.
Suddenly, everything looks better. Sony's unique 4K TVs upscale your favorite TV shows, DVDs and Blu-ray movies – even YouTube clips and smartphone videos – for higher quality, stunning results. The new 4K X-Reality PRO chip enhances HD (and lower resolution) images by analyzing and refining images with beautifully natural detail and astounding color. The latest Reality Creation database and Super Resolution processing breathes new life into everything you see with phenomenal 4K (3,840 x 2,160) resolution.
More brilliant color than ever before.
Spoil yourself with the widest color spectrum we've ever offered on a television. Unique to Sony, TRILUMINOS Display technology creates incredibly true, natural shades of colors – just the way you want them. Hard-to-reproduce reds, aqua blues and emerald greens are displayed beautifully, so landscapes and seascapes look more vivid. Faces look better, too, with natural skin tones. It's all thanks to a new TRILUMINOS display that gives images a heightened sense of depth.
Stream beautiful video from favorite sites like Netflix, YouTube and HuluPlus with built-in Wi-Fi. And connect to even more movies, music and apps by wirelessly mirroring what's on your compatible Android smartphone. Put simply, if it's on your phone, it can be on your TV.