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As gamers we would like to forget, but Sony does more than just produce video games and consoles. They make telephone, cameras and of course televisions, which of course has an interface with their PlayStation branch.

That is why new BRAVIA models have now been put in the limelight, which specifically support 4K with 120FPS once a firmware update has been installed. “But,” I hear you think. “” wouldn’t the PS5 support 8K? “” And the answer to that is yes … sort of.

No official reports say that 8K will run at 120 FPS. In fact, it has never been said that the PS5 8K can run games. It has only been said that the PS5 supports 8K, but that can also be for films.

We do not know which TV is best to get, but whichever one you choose, you can dig deep into it. The XH90 / 92 costs € 1,400 and € 3,650, respectively, while the 8K supporting ZH8 models cost between € 7,000 and € 10,000.

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