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Sony Bravia X70F LED 4K UHD HDR Smart TV - 55" $749 or 49" $649 Delivered (55% off) @ Amazon AU

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Saw this on amazon. Pretty cheap IMO. Don’t forget your Cashback!

Features & details
With 4K X-Reality PRO, every image is upscaled closer to true 4K quality for remarkable clarity, Images are sharpened and refined in real time
ClearAudio+ fine tunes TV sound for an immersive, emotionally enriching experience that seems to surround you, Hear music and dialogue with greater clarity and separation, whatever you’re watching
Go straight to YouTube and enjoy all your favourite videos, YouTube button on the remote control for easy browsing
SIMULATED SURROUND SOUND: S-Force front surround

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  • -1 vote

    Don’t forget to subscribe and get 10% off 🤨

  • +9 votes

    No Android TV and also this is an outdated model. According to sony website new model is X70G and just $200 more even on sony's own website with free shipping.

    Discontinued model>>
    https://store.sony.com.au/archived-television-4K/KD55X7000F....

    New model>>
    https://store.sony.com.au/television-4K-X7000/KD55X7000G.htm...

  • +1 vote

    Not an android TV. Also taken out most of the decent specs. Not even sold in UK and USA.
    Would avoid.

    • +2 votes

      I see this comment come up all the time in TV threads and I don't really get what the big deal about Android TV is? I have this one and I love it: no slow boot up, decent selection of apps (Netflix, YouTube, Amazon prime, Stan, freeview), decent picture quality and cheap.

      What are people using Android TV for beyond that, to justify the $1-2k leap in price?

      • +1 vote

        My 2019 55” Bravia Android tv was $799. The main advantage is the huge selection of apps via Google Play Store(Kodi, VPN, Foxtel Now, games, emulators etc)

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          Buy a Nvidia Shield?

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            @G77: Already got one, and a Mi box for my other TVs and travels. Why spend more if the TV has got everything built-in though? I use the Shield more(a bit faster and I have loaded more stuff on it), Wife and kids use the TV apps all the time

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          The thing is, I am not sure I want a tv that would run an outdated (and therefore vulnerable/insecure) operating system after just a few years. The hardware will outlast the software by a long time. So better off using an external replaceable device, like a Vodafone tv or Mibox, which at least can be replaced. I really wouldn't like the idea of an Android device on my internal network that hasn't had a security patch in 3 years and is always connected.

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            @Make it so: Not sure what you mean, my 2015 Sony Android TV is still getting updates,I have done more updates on the TV than the Mi Box :)
            Also, how safer are the non-android TVs? They are always connected too

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              @GregFiona: That sounds pretty good, about your 2015 tv still getting updates. I would not have expected that.
              A dumber tv is potentially safer because it will probably have fewer vulnerabilities, simply because it has less code and can do less. Dumber tv's are more likely to run some proprietary OS that no hacker can be bothered to dive into looking for vulnerabilities because very few tv's could be exploited. Hack into Android, however, especially one with published known vulnerabilities that haven't been patched, and the world is your oyster.

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        For ongoing app updates through google play but the 4K X-Reality PRO is really a cool feature to have

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      If you're just watching YouTube playing console watch movies,not a big deal.

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    How would this compare to a 55" 4K Jaeger TV?

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