KD-65X85L (65″) | 4K Ultra HD (Google TV)


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Contrast that feels real

From light to dark, contrast is realistic across the screen thanks to a Full Array LED and 4K HDR Processor X1™.

Big on bass, touches your heart

Whether it’s action, drama or musical scenes, you’ll hear everything clearly with a powerful X-Balanced Speaker™ that’s designed to keep the screen beautifully slim.

Logo for Google TV above a living room with a wall-mounted BRAVIA TV displaying an array of entertainment apps and streaming services

Entertainment you love. With help from Google.

Google TV brings together movies, shows, and more from across your apps and subscriptions and organises them just for you.

Slim styling. Narrow bezel. All immersion.

A narrow bezel is designed to maximise the screen that you see, keeping your focus where it’s supposed to be.

Detail of corner of TV showing narrow bezel styling

Jaw-dropping graphics. Immersive soundscapes. Game on.

Be right at the heart of the action with BRAVIA™. Awe-inspiring scenes, atmospheric sound and exclusive new features bring your go-to games to life like never before.

Split screen of a driving game showing the difference with Auto HDR Tone Mapping on and off

Auto HDR Tone Mapping 

Auto HDR Tone Mapping instantly optimises HDR settings during your PS5™ initial setup. Even in dark shadow and bright highlights, you’ll see fine details and true colours.

Auto Genre Picture Mode

BRAVIA™ automatically switches into Game Mode with PS5™ to minimise lag and maximise responsiveness. It switches back to Standard Mode when watching movies for more expressive scenes.

Two BRAVIA TVs with a PS5™ in the middle. The left showing Game Mode ON. The right showing Game Mode OFF.

Screenshot from God of War: Ragnarok showing two warriors with game settings and assist functions below

One place for all your game settings

Never has it been easier to fine-tune your game status, settings and assist functions. All the essentials are at your fingertips for ease and comfort.

Graphic showing the extra frames per scene in 4k / 120fps versus 4K / 60fps

Split image showing how frames can 'stutter' without VRR mode on one side and how they remain clear on the other

Split image showing two Driving game scenes, one showing a car coming off the track with Game Mode OFF and the other with a car on the track with Game Mode ON

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