Amid Covid resurgence, a lot of people are forced to work from home to keep safe, and TVs, as an indispensable part of everyday in-home life, have become our true partners not only to kill time but also to bond with family and loved ones. So, if you are someone looking to buy a new TV set or planning to replace the older one, you must check and compare a few basic details to finalize which brand is the best choice for you. Today’s smart TV market houses a mix of old and new OEMs, offering consumers a large pool of options, which is certainly a good thing, but at the same time, makes them confused. To clarify all your queries and confusion, we have come up with a quick analogy between two leading smart TV brands, Sony and TCL. Here, we will be comparing Sony Bravia A8G OLED Ultra HD TV with TCL C715 QLED 4KTV, and find out which is better.
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An OLED TV, Sony Bravia A8G offers an enhanced viewing experience with about 4K resolution with eight million self-illuminating pixels, making entertainment highly superior in terms of display colours, images, and lights. What adds to this is the presence of other features like 4K HDR, 4K X-Reality PRO, Dolby Vision, and Triluminos Display.
TCL QLED 4K TVC715, on the other hand, gives a tough competition to Sony with the inclusion of stunning features such as Quantum Dot Technology, Dolby Vision, 4K HDR, 4K UHD resolution, and an IPQ Engine for providing a truly immersive viewing experience to users. In a nutshell, we can say that both the devices have premium offerings, and stand unbeatable in the market.
In terms of audio, the A8G comes equipped with advanced technologies like Dolby Audio, Acoustic Surface Audio, and Sound-from-Picture Reality for a wonderful audio-visual performance. However, the C715 features Dolby Atmos as well as DTS Smart Audio Processing technologies for a clear and superior listening experience for users. Although the A8G has more to offer in terms of quantity, the C715 is known for its quality. The features provided by both brands are premium, and consumers won’t regret choosing any of them. But there must be some differentiating factor that sets one of these apart. Let’s read on and find out which is worthier.
Control and connectivity
The Sony model comes with a unique remote that can control both, TV and DTH box simultaneously. The remote even offers a dedicated button for Netflix to quickly open the app and start watching content. But in TCL C715, you get hands-free voice control, which allows you to send direct commands to the device and play your favourite content. You don’t even need a remote for controlling the device. All you need to do is speak and it will play. C715 also offers smart interconnectivity, which enables the user to connect other smart home devices to the TV and control all of them together through a single medium, thereby ensuring a super-smart experience at home. Hence, in terms of convenience, we would go with TCL C715 QLED 4K TV.
Both the TVs have Google Play support, which means the user can have a large pool of content as well as apps to choose from. The TVs also come with leading OTT platforms like Netflix and Amazon Prime Video as built-in APPs. Users can also operate the TV by using a smartphone and get any smartphone video or audio played on the TV without any hassle.
Finally, we have arrived at the main aspect of the TVs, which usually becomes the deciding factor for many users. Well, no more suspense! The Sony Bravia A8G OLED Ultra HD TV 55-inch variant is priced at INR 1,39,990 whereas the TCL C715 4K QLED TV comes at INR 56,999 only. To be precise, C715 offers almost similar features as A8G, however, at a pretty less price. This makes TCL the ultimate winner! Currently, TCL has a “Stay home with TCL” promotion campaign, which offers buy 55 inch C715 and get TCL soundbar worth INR 8,990 for free.
It is clear that both the brands have premium offerings, but TCL is more affordable, and that makes it a preferable choice for consumers who seek premium features at an affordable price. So, are you still confused? Well, now you have a clear answer to why TCL is a better choice.
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