Sony announces new 4K OLED, LCD HDR Android TVs with Google Assistant built-in

Sony announces new 4K OLED, LCD HDR Android TVs with Google Assistant built-in

Sony announced two new and expanded 4K HRD TV series, the X900F series and A8F Bravia OLED series.

Android TV with Google Assistant built-in: Find what you want quickly, simply by talking. Dim the lights and control your connected devices while you watch a movie for a better viewing experience.

To fully integrate into the smart home, All of +Sony’s recent 4K HDR TVs were updated to support the Google Assistant a couple of months ago and Sony’s 2018 Android TVs have Google Assistant built-in, which makes it incredibly easy to discover and access content, as well as control other smart home devices through a Sony TV. The Google Assistant on Sony TV works just by pushing the microphone button on the remote and using your voice to ask a question or say a command. This allows users to seamlessly playback content, search for content, play music, movies, play TV shows, stream photos, control their TV, control their smart home devices and find general information (e.g. weather, directions, fast facts, etc.) all through their Sony TV. Furthermore, Sony’s Android TV works with popular smart speakers such as Sony’s own LF-S50G and Google Home.

Hands-free control of a Sony TV with Google Home. Google Home allows you to find the entertainment you want without lifting a finger.

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