Sony has announced that BRAVIA TVs in the current XH90 and ZH8 series have received "Ready for PlayStation 5" certification. The company says the new slogan was co-created with Sony Interactive Entertainment (SIE) to make it easier for users to choose the optimal TV for the next-generation PlayStation 5.

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With the PlayStation 5 design and the list of games, Sony also presented accessories for the console: a DualSense gamepad, a charging station, a new HD camera, a Pulse 3D wireless headset, and a media remote.

According to the company's release, the new devices are fully compatible with the PlayStation 5, which will provide maximum satisfaction from the game because of surround sound, full-color reproduction, and clear, detailed picture. These products feature support for 4K at a frequency of up to 120 Hz, and even 8K on more expensive models.

All models feature an X1-series image processor for enhanced color reproduction and high contrast levels. Besides, all models support HDR technology, which also increases the image quality.

There is also a special technology called Acoustic Multi-Audio: it uses the vibrating high-frequency speakers built into the TV body. With its help, sound sources' location exactly matches what is happening on the screen, creating a surround sound.

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The leaked sample is probably not a fake, so the information that can be found in it may give us a hint on what to expect from the next-generation PlayStation gaming console.

The cost of TVs marked for the new console starts at $999. But, for example, the display of a "budget" 75-inch XH90 4K TV, which supports a refresh rate of 120 Hz in 4K resolution, costs $2,199.

Sony XH90 4K HDR Full Array LED 189 CM/75
Sony XH90 4K HDR Full Array LED 189 CM/75

A model with an 8K resolution for game lovers will cost much more – its price starts from $5,999.

Sony Z8H with 8K 189 CM/75
Sony Z8H with 8K 189 CM/75