Variable refresh rate, 4K at 120Hz, ALLM, and eARC are standard across the line
Last year’s TV lineup from Sony took a bit of criticism since several sets were unable to take advantage of next-gen gaming features on the PlayStation 5 that shipped in November. Even if you look right now, the spread of HDMI 2.1 features is pretty sad. Sony never really acknowledged this as a mistake, believing that customers purchase its TVs for different reasons and not everyone needs every box checked off.
What a difference a year makes.
In 2021, Sony is correcting course: all of its premium “Bravia XR” 4K (and yes, 8K) TVs support 4K at 120Hz, VRR (variable refresh rate), ALLM (auto low latency mode), and eARC. No asterisks or gotchas or promises to add stuff later with firmware updates.
All the gaming features you’re looking for — plus Google TV.
Thanks to kyliethicc :
"And for gamers, Sony has confirmed that all the XR TVs will feature HDMI 2.1 compatibility, including 4K 120fps, Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and eARC, supporting higher resolutions and frame rates ideal for next-generation gaming. Sony stated when asked by AVForums that the HDMI 2.1 inputs will be 48Gbps."
Sony launches its 8K and 4K BRAVIA XR TVs at CES 2021, including Google TV and BRAVIA Core streaming service.
Also, according to HDTVTest Vincent, all new 2021 Sony TVs will support the better kind of Dolby Vision HDR, aka full fat DV.
Thanks to Kuranghi
Owners of these new TV's for reference:
X90J: ManaByte (55") + dolabla (50")