Sony is no longer abiding by the industry norm of announcing its latest and greatest TVs at CES each year.
The company skipped Vegas and waited until last March to introduce its 2023 lineup. And even then, the lauded A95 QD-OLED TV didn’t actually ship until the fall. Sony is clearly working on a much different timeline than other TV makers these days.
So it should come as no surprise that Digital Trends’ Caleb Denison is reporting that new TVs won’t be part of Sony’s CES 2024 presence. It sounds like the company has made some impressive Mini LED backlighting advancements that will appear in upcoming models — whenever they’re ready.
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