FOR Colour and motion, stock Android is clean and quick
AGAINST Lengthy initial set-up process, weak sound, pricey
The X75H is their newest line-up of entry-level 4K televisions that also incorporate the X1 4K processor, Triluminos display and support for HDR, though not Dolby Vision. No one said you can have it all! Being an Android TV in its stock form helps the Sony to keep things simple and straight. After the initial set-up which was a lengthy process involving both firmware and app updates, it’s a familiar experience as with most other Android TVs. Using any Android smartphone, you will up and running in a few minutes streaming your favourite shows. In terms of design, the X75H bucks the trend of slimmer top and side bezels with a slightly thicker bottom bezel for an even look throughout. They are still slim enough to not be a bother and anyway, the star here is going to be what’s packed between the bezels. The stands are the now common chicken-feet type and they work well but installing them on your own is a bit more time consuming than others and you might have to refer to the attached leaflet.
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