Sony X830F 4K Smart TV
Last Updated on October 1, 2021 by Daniel Osakwe
For people looking for a high-performance, modern TV, this Sony XBR70X830F review will be helpful. X830F is the model number for this device. The model dates from 2018. The price of this TV may go as high as $2,000, so it is a high-end television. Using Direct LED backlight technology, this TV has a vibrant display. In addition to supporting 4K video, Triluminos Display, HDR10, and HLG ensure vibrant colors and superior contrast.
In addition, it features dynamic contrast. Thanks to the Motionflow XR technology, the display provides a 120 Hz native refresh rate to eliminate any blurring during fast-paced, dynamic scenes. Performance and precise upscaling of video content are assured by the X1 processor. The Amazon Alexa voice control feature is supported by this TV.
Furthermore, it supports Google Assistant and Android TV as well as Playstation Vue. Some customers say that the buttons are too close together on the remote controller although it does have all the buttons needed. Sony XBR70X830F specifications prove that the model is highly efficient.
I really like the design of the Sony X830F. There are many similarities between it and the X850F. It comes with a wide stand that can be used to place a soundbar in front of it.
Cable management is also provided by the rear of the stand, as it allows the cables to pass through the legs.
When viewed from the side, the TV appears somewhat thick and runs fairly cool. The build quality of this TV is good and you shouldn’t have any problems with it.
There is no difference between the X850F and the X900F stands when it comes to the stand of the Sony XBR60X830F.
The TV is well supported by the stand. The stand is very wide, so you will need a table with a lot of widths to place it on.
Footprint of the 60″ model TV stand: 44.0″ x 12.0″
The TV comes with the same remote as the X850F. The device has a lot of buttons and is large, but it’s easy to use. You can easily access the most basic functions of the TV thanks to easy-to-find buttons.
Google Assistant can be accessed using the voice button included on the remote, but it must be hooked up to the TV through Bluetooth for this to work. Most basic TV actions can be performed with Google Assistant, such as changing inputs, opening apps, or searching Netflix. However, you cannot change picture settings using your voice, even if you can navigate to certain menus.
|Deep and uniform dark scenes||Mediocre HDR peak brightness|
|Excellent motion handling||Image degrades when viewed at an angle|
|Supports a wide color gamut|
It is great for both home and office use. This product can handle reflection well and reach a bright enough brightness for normal-lit rooms. Although the viewing angles are poor and those watching from the side will be disappointed, the deep blacks enhance the good picture quality.