Update, July 31, 2017: Sony has enabled an Alexa skill for many of its 2017 Bravia smart-TV models that allows the sets to be controlled with voice commands. The XBR-65A1E model reviewed here is one of them. You’ll find additional details on Sony’s support site and on Amazon.
What do you get when you put an OLED (organic light-emitting diode) display in the hands of the Sony with their decades of experience enhancing TV images? A better OLED TV. Having only seen another company’s OLED TVs in the consumer space, we’d gotten the idea that the technology was simply challenged when it came to rendering fine details. Not so with the A1E, whose facility with picture minutiae, while not LCD-like, is a substantial improvement.