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Are you looking for a television that gives you not only an immersive experience but also is a smart TV to make your day easier?

There is no better television than the BRAVIA XR Master Series. Including superb supreme 8K realism and bringing Google Assistant together for an amazing experience unlike any other.

Discover the best of peak brightness, lifelike colour and clarity in your favourite movies and shows with this stunning 85″ class (8K) LG OLED TV. Our revolutionary processor uses human perspective analysis to cross-analyse and optimise hundreds of thousands of elements in the blink of an eye. This allows it to reproduce incredibly natural scenes with realistic depth, texture and detail that were previously impossible to achieve on a big screen. BRAVIA XR Master Series gives you more control too; watch content from select apps without the need for a separate external device thanks to built-in Google Assistant compatibility.

For many of us, a high price point on televisions does tend to deter us, however this BRAVIA XR Master Series is going to make your life easier. With Google Assistant for hands-free usage but also bringing out of this world resolution and immersive sound makes this tv worth the price.

There are many other features to the BRAVIA XR Master Series TV that make it the most luxury and premium television;

Key Features

Sony's latest OLED TVs are available in 2021

More value than other 65" 4K TVs

Superb picture quality on a large screen

Our Final Opinion on this Gadget

For hands-free technology on your television as well as increased sound and video quality, there is no better choice. When we get a TV we want the best of the best, and the BRAVIA XR Master Series is definitely one of the best TV’s on the market.

Hayley Ianna
Hayley Ianna

Hayley is one of the most respected woman tech editors in Australia. She is a professional and creative writer from Deakin University in Geelong, Victoria.