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Sony – 50″ Class X80J Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV


(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on April 9, 2024 3:20 am Details
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Specification: Sony – 50″ Class X80J Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV

Display Type


Refresh Rate



X80J Series

Screen Size Class

50 inches

High Dynamic Range (HDR)


High Dynamic Range Format

HDR 10, Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG), Dolby Vision

LED Panel Type

Standard LED

Backlight Type

Direct Lit

Motion Enhancement Technology

Motionflow XR 240

Language(s) Displayed

English, French, Spanish

Model Year


Smart Platform

Google TV

Number of HDMI Inputs


Works With

Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant

Voice Assistant Built-in

Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant

Product Name

50" Class X80J Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV





Adjustable Stand Width


Product Weight Without Stand

27.1 pounds

Product Height With Stand

28.26 inches

Product Width

11.25 inches

Product Depth With Stand

11.25 inches

Product Height Without Stand

25.71 inches

Product Depth Without Stand

2.75 inches

Product Weight With Stand

28.5 pounds

Color Category


Closed Captioning


Stand Width

26.25 inches


30.6 inches


48.5 inches


5.3 inches

Screen Size

50 inches

Picture Quality Enhancement Technology

4K HDR Processor X1

Curved Screen


Model Number



4K (2160p)

Number of Digital Optical Audio Outputs


HDMI Audio Return Channel (ARC)


Screen Mirroring Technology


Indoor Or Outdoor Use


TV/DVD Combo


TV Tuner


Number of HDMI HDCP 2.2 Inputs


Number Of USB Port(s) (Total)


Bluetooth Version


VESA Wall Mount Standard

200mm x 200mm

Number of USB 2.0 Ports


Number of Analog Audio Outputs


Number of Composite Video Inputs


Number of RS-232 Inputs


RF Antenna Input


Network Compatibility

Built-in Wi-Fi

Ethernet Port(s)


Bluetooth Enabled


Smart Capable


Remote Control Type

Voice control

Rechargeable Battery (Remote Control)


Screen Mirroring


Built-In Speakers


Built-in Speaker Type

Downward firing



EPEAT Qualified


Estimated Annual Operating Cost

22 United States dollars

Estimated Annual Electricity Use

179 kilowatt hours

Surround Sound Supported

DTS Digital Surround

Number Of Batteries Required (Remote Control)


Battery Size (Remote Control)


Number of Batteries Included (Remote Control)


Battery Type (Remote Control)


Wall Mount Included


Stand Included


Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 year

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 year



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8 reviews for Sony – 50″ Class X80J Series LED 4K UHD Smart Google TV

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  1. Cortes

    Great quality picture and sound. This was the perfect tv and highly recommended

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  2. VAGuy

    So far everything has worked very well. Sound is good to great (no sound bar level, but great for modern TV’s), video is great, and the setup was super easy. Had on issue with our Fire Stick causing some green flashes coming across the screen. Swapped to another HDMI port and the issue went away. The TV also has built in Amazon Prime button (as well as one for YouTube, netflix and one other, and many other apps in the app button option). Another plus for me and my wife are the placement of the “feet” which are not as far apart as most other TV’s.

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  3. Granmonque

    Excellent and light weight sharp picture better than My plasma or any other TV I have I’m really thrilled with this product if I had to do it all over again I would 10 times and the price was fantastic as well as the service

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  4. Abhi

    I went back to Sony products after a long time, really long. Only reason to stay away was the pricing! But then this TV narrows that gap, really. It’s at a price point that’ll make you think twice when you’re browsing or trying to make your mind up. Anyways, before this TV I had a TCL 49″ Roku and it performed great until it started the LED gimmicks, discoloration, smudging, etc. And then I hit this guy. Amazed at the brilliance of it. I’m loving the Dolby Vision!! You really have to watch all those Disney+ shows again and see what you’ve been missing!! The picture is crisp, bright, blacks are real black (no grays). Google TV OS is very very good. Love the suggestions and ease of use. The remote is super easy and because it’s hooked to the TV via Bluetooth,it’s a charm to operate. No need to point at the TV!! Also, it’s paired with my Xfinity Flex, and Bose Soundtouch 300, so just one to control all.
    The voice guided remote operation is very good. You don’t need to train it, it works right out of the box.
    All in all, worth the money and at this price, it’s a steal for Sony!! Great product.
    One things though: This is not wide screen as TCL or Vizio.

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  5. Buyer

    Originally bought another brand and after the despicable quality of that TV (hummed and buzzed from back panel) I decided to go with what I thought would be a safe bet with Sony. Wow I was wrong. The tv has 3 dead pixels at the top and 2 more at the bottom. The 3 at the top are in a line while the bottom 2 are black dots. I paid $700 for this TV I expect it to not have these flaws. Sony considers it normal. It what sense is this normal? It’s a clear detective and an excuse for Sony to produce low quality products at inflated prices to maximize their profit. Look into their website it states dead pixels are normal yet I’ve bought plenty of tvs and never once in my life got one with a dead pixel let alone 5 and be told it’s normal. I returned it and will not be buying a TV again as it seems all models have gone way down in quality. I don’t think quality even exists anymore its absolutely disgraceful what is sold out there and for the prices. As a consumer I refuse to accept these products and will do my best to let others know who want to save their hard earned money on something worth buying.

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  6. Bryan

    I have had this TV for about 10 days now and so far have been very pleased with it. This is my first Sony TV, I have always been a Samsung TV person, but decided to go with this based on reviews and the great sales price.
    Sound – Even without a soundbar, the audio quality of the internal speakers sounds better than most other flat screens
    Picture – Picture is great. Every once in a while I’ll notice some motion blur (usually on older DVD’s), but newer movies and things on streaming services look great.
    Screen – TV is in a room that gets a lot of morning sun. Glare does not appear to be an issue
    Interface/Operating System – This is a Google TV so you can link your Google Home/Assistant to it. It’s pretty cool, but I find myself not using these types of features most of the time.
    Remote – Certainly a nitpicky issue, but the remote control for the TV is massive. Feel like could have made it a bit smaller considering so many other TV brands have these compact and easy to control remotes
    Viewing Angle – Given that this is an LED rather than a OLED TV, the optimum viewing angle center. With that being said, if you are placing in a bigger room where people would view from farther ends of screen then you may have some issue with seeing the picture as it looks from a more centered angle.
    Overall, I am very pleased with my first ever Sony purchase and would certainly recommend this to anyone who is considering it.

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  7. TripleBogey

    So I replaced a Samsung TU7000 with this, as it looked like it had a few upgrades. Since it’s a new model there’s not many reviews out there. I believe this model replaces the X800H. will say the color, sound and brightness are definitely better than expected. I think Samsung upconverts low res content more consistently, but this Sony has a much more realistic picture because textures and shadows are infinitely better. Also has more realistic motion with virtually no duplication or artifacts, and there’s a pop to the image that wasn’t there on the bottom tier Samsung. Android interface is infinitely less annoying than Samsung’s bloated constant pop-up system. One issue, I had to disable external device controls as the remote kept randomly turning on my UHD blu ray player and switching inputs. Easy enough fix. Has every streaming app if you don’t use another device with your tv. As far as aesthetics, It’s not super thin and it has a chunky bezel for 2021, but the remote is slim and tall and looks brushed. Features a pretty good voice control function. From what I’ve read it has a direct lit panel, but I’m unsure if it’s an ips or VA. The better viewing angles make me think it’s an ips. There are tons of picture and sound settings to mess with and color seems pretty accurate. Overall I’m pretty happy with this and I think it will sell be a sleeper mid range. Would be ideal if it were $150 less than MSRP. Sony is always overpriced so that is to be expected.

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  8. Grandma

    I went from a 32” Sony to a 50” Sony. It made such a difference in my apartment; I feel like I’m in a movie theater. The color is so vivid. Your documentaries are a joy to watch

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