The new 4K OLED Bravia AF8 series models include the A1 4K HDR X1 Extreme image processing processor and Sony Acoustic SurfaceTM technology that is capable of transmitting the sound to the viewers directly from the television screen by vibrating the panel. In addition, X1 Extreme technology means that the movie is sophisticatedly capable of controlling your TV’s processor to minimize blur, and even quick action scenes will keep it clearer.
If we needed some kind of sound device next to our television, Sony also made sure of CES. Two new sound projectors come with creative HT-ZF9 and HT-XF9000 naming features. Both are slim and both support the most up-to-date audio formats, Dolby Atmost and DTS: X. Interestingly, the two models can produce three-dimensional sound, the HT-ZF9 is the first 3.1 channel soundbar that supports Dolby Atm.
In addition, Sony has introduced two newest high-end smartphones for the new Xperia XA2 with a 5.2 “Full HD display and 3300 mAh battery, and the Xperia XA2 Ultra with 6” Full HD display and 3580 mAh, it comes with a battery.
The Xperia XA2 Ultra has a 23-megapixel primary camera (12,800 ISO) that can capture 4K resolution videos, and an 8 megapixel super wide angle camera (120 °) on the front of the camera. The Xperia XA2 has the same advanced 23-megapixel primary camera as the Xperia XA2 Ultra, complemented by a dual-sealed front camera dual camcorder featuring a 16-megapixel optical image stabilizer and an 8 megapixel super wide-angle (120 °) camera.
Sony has also introduced the WF-SP700N Wireless Noise Canceling Stereo Headset, which fits well with active lifestyle, as it has both Noise Canceling and Droplet (IPX4) functionality at the same time. However, if you want to release some of the sounds of the environment (which may be important for security purposes), you can also turn on the Ambient Sound mode when you are in sports. The WI-SP600N is a wireless headset, which is even more sporty than ever before.
The exhibition also includes Robotics (AI x Robotics) with artificial intelligence, including Aibo, the recently announced automated robot dog, which is being shown live for the first time in operation outside Japan’s borders.