This 65-inch 4K OLED Sony TV is $1,000 cheaper

This 65-inch 4K OLED Sony TV is $1,000 cheaper
Today is Prime Day 2020 and there are hundreds of deals available across Amazon and competing retailers! All sorts of product categories have received love including smartphones, tablets, and headphones.

The TV department is the one that seems to have received the most love so far, though. And because of that we wanted to bring your attention to this great deal available right now at Best Buy.

A massive $1,000 discount on Prime Day


The 65-inch Sony A8H Series is a premium Smart TV that runs Android TV straight out of the box. It usually retails at $2,799.99 in the United States, but that price has now been reduced by a whopping $1,000 to only $1,799.99.

That money gives you access to a gorgeous 65-inch 4K OLED display with support for HDR10 and Dolby Vision content. It also boasts a super-smooth 120Hz refresh rate and ridiculously thin bezels.


Sony has fitted it with the Picture Processor X1 Ultimate, which enables an even wider color spectrum than usual. Additionally, images filmed in Full-HD or 2K will be automatically upscaled to 4K.

Picture quality is taken up another level with HDR, which in this case analyzes each object on screen to reproduce the best possible color.

The presence of Android TV means the Sony TV supports a wide range of streaming services including Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Prime Video, HBO Max, CBS All Access, and YouTube among many others.

Sony’s premium TV works with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, and Apple HomeKit too. If you’re a Google Chromecast or Miracast user don’t worry because those features are supported too.

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