Revealed during the company's IFA 2012 press conference today, the Bravia KD-84X9005 is an LCD television set capable of a 4K resolution.
Most high definition television sets offer up to a 1080p resolution, or 1920x1080 pixel density. 4K resolution provides a significantly clearer picture, with 3840x2160 pixel density.
The television will be equipped with Sony's 4K X-Reality PRO engine, capable of scaling any high definition content up to a 4K resolution. That includes television shows, Blu-ray movies, photos and games.
It also features passive 3D technology, allowing it to display 3D movies using passive 3D glasses like those used in movie theatres rather than battery-operated ones. It will even automatically upscale existing 3D movies to the passive 3D format.
For sound, it has 10 speakers arranged as vertical bars on either side of the television, capable of replicating a 5.1 channel surround sound system.
Last week, it was reported that Sony's yet-to-be-announced PlayStation 4 will feature 4K resolution support to entice users to upgrade to high-end TV sets developed by the company.
Competitor LG recently unveiled an 84-inch 4K TV of its own, claiming that the set is the first of its size to support the ultra HD resolution.