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With its stunning features and design, the new Sony Z9D might just be the next big thing

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If you enjoy dipping your toes in tech and gadget trends, you’re probably familiar with Sony TV’s latest release that has been making its rounds around the Internet—the Sony Z9D. With a whopping price tag of P2, 999, 999, many people have grown curious about what sets it apart from an ordinary television set.

Whether you’re curious about smart TVs or you’re considering buying a unit, we’ve got you covered—we did our research and listed down a few reasons why it might be a worthy addition to your entertainment space. Check them out below: 

1. It has a huge screen.

If a 50” screen isn’t big enough for your Netflix marathons, you’d be glad to know that the Sony Z9D is four times the size. This television can fit four 50’’ inch units—it’s safe to say watching a movie will never be the same!

2. It is arguably the brightest TV out in the market.

With a maximum brightness of over 4,000 nits, it has 3,000 more than the required amount to get an Ultra HD Premium certification. If you thought the picture quality of an LCD TV is clear, the Sony Z9D claims to be 10 times better. 

3. It offers an almost life-like image quality.

The Sony Z9D has a powerful processor that is combined with Backlight Master Drive™, 4K & HDR features which produce extremely realistic images with rich details, contrast and color. To learn more about this Sony-exclusive technology, click here

4. It is voice-activated.

You can finally forget about the struggle of looking for the remote control! Since the Sony Z9D is powered by AndroidTV, it almost works like a personal assistant as it responds to voice prompts. Aside from flipping through channels, you can use it to compute complex equations, broadcast the news, or run a quick Google search.

The Sony Z9D is available for pre-order at 10%off (around P2, 699, 999) in selected the SM Appliance Centers. For more details, you can follow SM Appliance Center on Facebook.

PHOTOS and SOURCES: bestkit.com (Main) | Sony website | hardwarezone.com

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