During the last edition of the CES in Las Vegas, Sony surprised by presenting the first TV with Samsung’s QD-OLED panel. We talk about the impressive Sony A95K, a high-end Smart TV that promises brightness levels and image quality at the height of the most demanding users.
The Japanese manufacturer did not indicate possible launch dates or the price that they will have the two versions of 55 and 65 inches that will reach the market. Although it seems that we begin to see the light at the end of the tunnel. More than anything because an American distributor has mistakenly published the date on which the Sony A95K can be purchased in the United States. And it totally squares with the release dates of previous years.
The Sony A95K could arrive in Europe in May
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As you can see in the Twitter message that heads these lines, a user has seen that Barnes & Noble, one of the most important distribution chains in the USA, indicates that the 65-inch Sony A95K can be reserved early next month of May.
If we go to 2021, we can see that Sony launched its OLED TVs in Europe on this date. With the exception of the 87-inch model, which would arrive at the end of the year, the rest of the new family of Sony OLED Smart TVs landed in our country on the same dates as the US launch of the A95K. In this way, we can assume that Sony’s first QD-OLED television would arrive in Spain in May.
Regarding the rest of the models, it is surprising that in the same Twitter message we see that B&N will allow the purchase of the Sony A90K (OLED model, not QD-OLED) from July, so they may possibly delay the launch of the rest of the models with panels of organic light-emitting diodes so that your A95K is the great protagonist. In addition, in 2021 they launched their line of LCD televisions around those dates, so they could make a first launch of the Sony A95K and the rest of the models would arrive in July for 2022.
What price will the Sony A95K Smart TV have?
As for the possible price of the 55-inch and 65-inch Sony A95K, it’s a complete mystery at the moment. It should be noted that it is a very new technology, so we can expect its price to skyrocket. Considering that the most premium 55″ OLED TVs are priced at around €2,000 when they hit the market, we can expect the 55″ version to cost around €3,000, and the 65″ version to shoot up to €5,000.
In any case, it is not an official figure, so we will have to wait for the launch date of the first generation of Sony QD-OLED televisions to be confirmed to know what its retail price will be. Without a doubt, one of the most anticipated Smart TVs and, once there are test units available, we will not hesitate to analyze them to tell you all the secrets that one of the smart TVs hides. most anticipated smart TVs of this year 2021.