Are you looking to bag yourself a marvelous TV deal during this festive period? If you are, then Sony and Amazon have just the deal for you thanks to a 20% discount on 43-inch Sony X85J series smart TV.

If you are looking for a stunning TV that comes with wonderful reviews, a 4K UHD experience, a built-in smart experience, and compatibility with Alexa, then this could be the perfect deal for you at the perfect time. Sony is marketing this set as a “new standard of TV.” We don’t know about that in all honesty, but you are definitely going to get a TV set that provides a simply wonderful viewing experience.

Behind the viewing experience is Sony’s 4K HDR Processor X1 that is designed to deliver a smooth and clear picture with detailed contrast and full of rich and vibrant colors. If you have ever watched a TV show or movie that looked washed out and lacking in detail, then that problem should be eradicated as this Sony panel shows content exactly as it was meant to be viewed.

Sony’s 4K X-Reality PRO and 4K database upscale all HD content to near-4K resolution bringing back real-world detail and texture. The Motionflow XR technology with a native 120Hz refresh rate panel keeps the movement smooth and clear, allowing fast-moving action sequences in sports and movies to be seen with lifelike clarity. The whole experience is also powered by Google TV, which gives immediate access to what feels like an almost-endless suite of content.

If you act now, you can grab this Google TV-based smart TV for just $598. The deal definitely isn’t going to stay around, which means that it’s worth acting right now if you’re looking to save big on a highly-rated set. Everything that you need to know is listed on the direct link below.

Buy: Sony 43-inch 4K Ultra HD LED Smart Google TV with Native 120HZ Refresh Rate from Amazon: $598 | Original price: $750

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