Sony smart tv X9000F system is Android 7.0, the menu setting interface pops up on the right, does not support Dolby Vision • Atmos
(9000F has been updated with Android 8.0 in July to support streaming Dolby Vision)
Sony smart tv X9500G has been upgraded to Android 8.0, the menu setting interface pops up on the lower side, and supports Dolby Vision • Atmos
Both support the installation of third-party software, and there are no startup advertisements and user interface advertisements.
Sony smart tv X9000F’s voice assistant responds slowly and the recognition rate is poor (still after updating 8.0)
Sony smart tv X9500G’s voice assistant has fast response and high recognition rate
Voice assistants support searching for sources in third-party software (currently known as Galaxy Kiwi, Cloud Audiovisual Aurora)
Hardware configuration and performance
Sony smart tv X9000F running memory 2GB, actual use 1.5GB, A53 quad-core 1.5GHZ processor, GPU Mali-T860 MP2
Sony smart tv X9500G runs with 3GB of memory, and actually uses 2.3GB, A73 quad-core 1.5GHZ processor, GPU is Mali-G71 MP8
8GB of storage space for X9000F and 6GB for X9500G are sufficient
Spend the money to find a customer to use AnTuTu, I will not get the picture
Image quality processing technology
Sony X1 image processing chip
Sony smart tv X9000F is the advanced version of X1. After update 8.0, it supports streaming and input signal Dolby Vision decoding. The Dolby Vision mode cannot be changed.
Sony smart tv X9500G is the flagship version of X1. It is a comprehensive upgrade based on the advanced version. It improves HDR, adds dynamic image-by-image reshaping technology, and adds dynamic image-by-image precision imaging technology. Supports Dolby Vision, and can change the Dolby Vision mode.
Sony smart tv X9500G’s smart light control has a better actual effect than 9000f, and the screen peak brightness is higher than 9000F.
Peak screen brightness
Sony smart tv 9000F for 1000 nits
Sony smart tv 9500G for 1200 nits
The 9500G has a lower contrast than the 9000F. The 75- and 85-inch versions of the 9500G add X-Wide Angle technology to enhance the viewing angle at the expense of contrast.
The color gamut is basically the same, and the motion compensation effect is basically the same.
The X9500G has lower input latency than other Sony models and is currently the best among Sony.
Sony smart tv X9000F is the rear speaker
Sony smart tv X9500G is a “sound and picture” multi-channel screen sound field technology
Sony smart tv X9500G supports eARC port (enhanced audio return channel), 9000F does not support it, only HDMI ARC port
Sony smart tv X9500G is four HDMI 2.0 ports, 9000F is two 2.0, two 1.4