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Special PS5 Features Come to Sony Bravia XR TVs

Sony enhances its Bravia line-up to pair even better with Playstation 5 consoles.

Sony has introduced a set of new features on their latest range of Bravia XR TVs, specially designed to help pair the line-up with Playstation 5 consoles in order to enhance the video and audio experience during gaming.

The ‘Perfect for PlayStation 5’ tagline that will appear on Bravia XR TVs will bring in two brand-new PS5 exclusive features: Auto HDR Tone Mapping and Auto Genre Picture Mode. They also support frame rates up to 120fps in a super-crisp 4K resolution as specified in HDMI 2.1 in compatible games. Additionally, input lag as low as 6.0ms on the Z9J models will deliver improved smoothness and responsiveness in most games.

Auto HDR Tone Mapping

With Auto HDR Tone Mapping (which will be introduced through a software update on the PS5 and Bravia in January 2022), the HDR settings will be optimised instantly during your PS5 initial setup. The PS5 will automatically recognise individual Bravia TV models and select the best HDR setting for the TV accordingly. With the optimised HDR tone mapping level to your Bravia display specification, you’ll see crucial details and colours even in high contrast scenes.

Auto Genre Picture Mode

Bravia XR TVs can detect whether you are playing a game or watching movies and shows. With Auto Genre Picture Mode, your TV automatically switches into Game Mode when gaming, which minimises input lag to make the action more responsive, or to Standard Mode when watching movies via a streaming service or from an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc on the PS5, which shifts focus to picture processing for a more expressive picture.

Auto Genre Picture Mode will also be available via future software updates on PS5 and Bravia TVs by the end of January 2022.

For more info on the range of Sony Bravia TVs which include the ‘Perfect for PS5’ feature, you can check out the official Sony site.

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