Sony has announced the availability of its new Bravia XR A95L Series televisions in the Middle East and African regions. It features a QD-OLED display and Sony’s image quality technologies like the Cognitive Processor XR and XR Triluminos Max that provide 200% more brightness than its predecessor.

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Another key feature of the Sony A95L Series is that it natively supports the PlayStation Remote Play feature, which allows users to play games straight from their consoles even if it is not connected to the television.

Key Features of the Sony BRAVIA A95L Series TV

  • Supports PlayStation Remote Play Feature
  • QD-OLED Display with Sony’s wide range of XR technologies
  • 200% more brightness than the previous series
  • Acoustic Surface Audio+
  • HDMI 2.1 with VRR and ALLM support
  • Multi-position stand

What is the Price of the Sony A95L Series TV in Dubai and UAE

The Sony BRAVIA A95L Series televisions come in two sizes: 65″ and 77″. The Sony XR-65A95L 65″ TV will retail at AED 13,999, while the 77″ Sony XR-77A95L TV will set you back by AED 21,999.

Should You Buy the Sony BRAVIA A95L Series TV?

Sony has always been a leader in televisions and image quality, and the BRAVIA A95L Series promises the same level of quality and features you would expect from the brand.

Its wide range of XR technologies, like Cognitive Processor XR, XR Triluminos Max, XR Clear Image, XR 4K Upscaling, and XR OLED Motion, ensures bright, detailed and accurate colour production. At the same time, it also supports industry HDR standards like Dolby Vision and more.

If you are a PS5 gamer, the TV also supports exclusive features to optimize picture quality for gaming and streaming automatically and supports HDMI 2.1 with VRR and ALLM support.

The Sony A95L is a solid consideration for your next TV upgrade for its size, features and quality.

Sony BRAVIA A95L Series TV Specs

Display TypeQD-OLED
Screen Sizes65″ (164cm diagonal), 77″ (195cm)
Picture ProcessorCongnitive Processor XR
Color EnhancementsXR Triluminos Max, XR Smoothing, Live Color Technology
Contrast EnhancementsXR OLED Contrast Pro, XR HDR Remaster, Dynamic Contrast Enhance, Pixel Contrast Booster
Panel Refresh Rate120Hz
HDRHDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision
Audio Power Output20W + 20W + 10W + 10W
Speaker TypeAcoustic Surface Audio+
Speaker ConfigurationActuator x2, Subwoofer x2
Surround Sound3D Surround Upscaling
ConnectivityHDMI 2.1 x4, USB x2, WiFi, Bluetooth, HDCP 2.3, Apple Airplay and Homekit
Operating SystemAndroid TV

XR-Powered Image Quality Features

The Sony A95L is packed with the company’s XR technologies, which aim to provide crystal clear clarity and deep and detailed colour production. The Cognitive Processor XR powers it all by adjusting the dynamic contrast and bringing out colors, replicating “how we see the real world.” This is backed with the fantastic QD-OLED display optimized to deliver a broad palette of shades and hues, inky deep blacks, and 200% more brightness than the previous series.

The Sony A95L Series also supports Dolby Vision, IMAX Enhanced, HDR10, and Netflix Adaptive Calibrated Mode to provide the best image quality possible for any content viewed on the display.

For SDR content with less-than-stellar image quality, the TV will deploy XR Clear Image technology to reduce noise, bring back lost detail, and use XR 4K Upscaling to get the content to near-4K resolution.

PlayStation-Centric Features

Thanks to the synergy between Sony and PlayStation, the A95L Series TVs feature native support for the PlayStation 5, and it will automatically optimize the best picture quality possible.

It also supports HDMI 2.1 features like 4K/120, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) to provide high-performance gaming at maximum visual fidelity. The support for VRR is a crucial feature as it will allow you to play games (that support it) at their native 4K resolution with unlocked frame rates instead of using the Performance mode that usually down-grades visuals to maintain a high frame rate.

Additionally, the Sony A95L Series is the first television from Sony to feature the native PlayStation Remote Play feature, which allows you to play games directly from your PS5 even if it’s not connected to the television. However, note that the PS5 must be powered on and connected to a high-speed internet connection for the smoothest streaming quality.

Audio Quality and Surround

The Sony BRAVIA A95L Series TV sports a 20W + 20W + 10W + 10W speaker configuration and is powered by Acoustic Surface Audio+, which helps calibrate the precise sound location for an immersive experience. It also features Voice Zoom 2, which analyzes voices and improves clarity – perfect for poorly mastered movies or feature films by Christoper Nolan.

The TV also features XR Surround, which creates a virtual surround using just the TV speakers and is compatible with Dolby Atmos. What’s more, thanks to the Acoustic Center Sync, you can turn both your A95L and your soundbar into a center speaker to get an extra boost in sound quality and audio positioning.

Multi-Position Stand

The Sony A95L Series televisions can be positioned in two ways to match your needs. Thanks to its multi-point positioning system, the TV can be set to the standard low profile for immersive viewing or raised to accommodate a soundbar.

Sony A95L Series TV Alternatives

The LG G3 OLED is the best TV you can buy right now. With its new Micro Lens Array layer, it is one of the brightest OLED panels out there. It also supports HDR10, Dolby Vision, and full HDMI 2.1 for 4K/120Hz gaming with VRR and low input lag.

If you are looking for a slightly more budget option with most of the features of A95L, then the Sony BRAVIA 65A80K should fit the bill. With the same XR-powered image quality features and PlayStation 5 support, the A80K is just as good but may not be as bright and will not feature PlayStation Remote Play support.

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If Sony or LG is not your style, the Samsung S90C is another fantastic option. With a Pantone-validated OLED panel, Neural Quantum Processor 4K, and a LaserSlim design, the S90C is a stunner in every way. The TV also supports 144Hz thanks to its Motion Xecelerator Turbo Pro for butter-smooth gameplay.

Summing It Up

The Sony BRAVIA A95L Series televisions are undoubtedly pricey. Still, they offer tremendous value for money and pack in enough features to be future-proof for the next 5-7 years.

If you have deep pockets, the Sony A95L Series is a fantastic choice for its excellent image quality, myriad features, and exclusive PlayStation 5 support that should elevate your cinema and gaming experiences up a notch.

Of course, a similar experience can also be had with OLED TVs from LG and Samsung at a slightly cheaper cost, but you will lose out on PlayStation Remote Play and PS5-centric features.

Mufaddal Fakhruddin
Mufaddal Fakhruddin

Mufaddal Fakhruddin has been writing about games and technology for the past 15 years. He has lost count as to how many reviews he has written over the years, but he is sure headphone reviews make up at least 70% of that.

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Abbas Jaffar Ali
1 month ago

This TV looks great. But I’m not sure about the Remote Play feature. Wouldn’t you want to directly connect your console to this? I guess if you have this as a second TV in your home, you could potentially use that for gaming as well.