Upscale Everything You Watch to 4K Ultra HD
All of your existing HD sports, TV shows, and movies are upscaled to near-4K quality.
A Smarter TV
More than just 'Smart TV,' Android TV delivers streaming apps and Android games to your TV. Voice search and personalized recommendations make for easier entertainment.
Enhanced 4K Streaming
For those who desire the best 4K streaming experience, the XBR-55810C 4K TV is specifically engineered to recognize and improve 4K streaming video. 4K Streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Instant Video conveniently offer libraries of movies and original TV series in 4K Ultra HD.
Sony's Motionflow XR 960 refresh rate technology allows fast moving action sequences in sports and movies to be seen with enhanced clarity.
The things you love doing on your tablet or smartphone can now be enjoyed on your TV. Log into your Google account once to access a collection of apps, games, movies, TV shows, and more from Google Play.
Just Say What You Want
Say "action movies" or "today's weather" and let Android TV do the work. Voice search helps you quickly find what you want. Simply speak into the One-Flick remote or your compatible mobile phone connected on the same network.
With Google Cast built-in, you can cast your favorite entertainment like HBO GO, Showtime Anytime, MLB.tv, and more from your personal device to the big screen. You can cast from your Android phone or tablet, iPhone, iPad, Mac or Windows laptop, or Chromebook connected on the same network.
Your Personalized TV
Personalized content recommendations from Google Play, YouTube, and other supported apps appear automatically on your home screen.
Stream PS3 Games Directly to Your TV
With PlayStation Now, you can play select PlayStation 3 games like you stream TV shows and movies - streamed directly to your TV. Connect a DUALSHOCK 4 controller to your TV and choose from a variety of game rental periods.
Much to See in 4K
Hundreds of movies and TV shows are available from the top 4K service providers, including Netflix, Amazon Video, YouTube, DirecTV video on demand, and more.