2023 Sony X95L TV Specs Review, What's new?


Sony has released the Sony 2023 BRAVIA XR TV Line-up. This article will introduce the latest 2023 Sony X95L TV parameters configuration review.


Sony X95L TV Appearance Design​

Sony X95L TV's bezel and base are made of metal, seamless bezel, and integrated back cover, all of which continue the tradition of Sony TV shape without much change. The most obvious change in appearance is that the Sony X95L TV adds two colors of red and an earthy bezel, which were not even available before.

Meanwhile, the 2023 Sony X95L TV joins the same BRAVIA CAM camera as last year, with the function of intelligent sensing and smooth connection to the phone. In terms of immersive experience, Sony X95L TV has a screen share of more than 97%. Together with the bezel-less full-screen design, it creates l a higher immersive experience.


In terms of remote control, Sony X95L TV material is the same as last year, but with many additional direct access buttons, more convenient for everyone to use.


Sony X95L TV Image Display​

The 2023 Sony X95L TV uses the same XR chip and features MiniLED display technology that boosts peak brightness by 30% and improves contrast for a more expressive dark field.


The Sony X95L TV features the XR Triluminos Pro picture-quality engine. Powered by the Cognitive Processor XR, it features a wide color spectrum to deliver natural tones in every detail. At the same time, it also has X-anti-reflection, so no matter what angle you look at, it will not affect the clarity of the viewed image. This allows for less reflection and glare, and the X-wide angle makes the picture look as good from the side as it does from the center.


When it comes to dynamic video display, the Sony X95L TV still has the same brush frequency as last year, at 120 HZ. XR Clear Image powered by XR processor reduces noise region division and dynamic frame analysis and minimizes blur.


The 2023 Sony X95L TV introduces a new number of partitions in the backlight partition, an increase of 20% compared to last year, and at the same time improves the dark field performance of the TV.

Sony X95L TV Audio Sound​

The Sony X95L TV frame is the speaker. You can hear the sound directly from the screen, which is perfectly synchronized with the action. The cognitive processor XR makes any sound immersive through more precise sound placement.


Meanwhile, with Acoustic Multi-Audio+m, the Sony X95L TV feels as if the sound is coming from the right place in the scene, matching the visuals precisely. This is more immersive than a traditional TV where the sound comes from below the screen.


As far as stereo surround sound is concerned, the Sony X95L TV's XR Surround creates surround sound virtually using only the TV's speakers, eliminating the need for ceiling or upward-firing speakers to get 3D audio. In addition, the Sony BRAVIA XRT TV is also compatible with SWABI Panorama Sound, giving the TV a stronger stereo surround performance.


Sony X95L TV Hardware Configuration​

Sony X95L TV has 64GB+4GB of memory and is powered by a quad-core A73 CPU. in terms of interface configuration, Sony X95L TVy consists of 2 HDMI2.0 and 2 HDMI2.1.Meanwhile, the 2023 Sony X95L TV will use MediaTek S900 chip. It can be said that the configuration of Sony X95L TVd is very decent among gaming TVs.


Sony X95L TV Game Connection​

Many people buy Sony TVs to connect to gaming consoles, and the latest Sony TVs won't let you down when it comes to gaming performance. 2023 Sony X95L TV continues the gaming mode, while setting up a dark scene lighting and game split screen in this mode, which allows gamers to have a stronger performance in games.



While both the X95L and X95K are powered by Sony's cognitive processor XR, the X95L has a newer version.


The Sony X95L seems to be a big upgrade over last year's Sony mini-LED TV in every way, creating brighter highlights and more detail in dark spaces.


The Sony X95L has less cloudiness and bloom than last year's X95K, and shows how it can automatically adjust its picture to room lighting based on the built-in light sensor. It seems to work as expected, and it's clear that Sony has managed to reduce blooming and clouding, especially in film black bars.