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Sony’s loaning out 4K movies to 4K TV customers for free

Sony is playing at Santa, with the Japanese firm promising to give away five 4K movies to customers free of charge.

To qualify for the pre-crimbo goodies, you’ll need to have purchased one of Sony’s Bravia 4K UHD TVs.

There’s ten 4K movies on offer as part of the ‘4K privilege’ promo, although only half are available to pick up for free.

You need to make sure to redeem the movies by Christmas Eve, and then unlock the 4K blockbusters by September 30 next year.

Once that’s done, you’ll be good to watch the hi-res content all the way up until September 30 2016.

Right then, what’s actually on offer? There’s the Amazing Spider-Man 1 & 2, Moneyball, Premium Rush, Total Recall, Salt, Ghostbusters, The Patriot, Battle LA, and the Hank-tastic Captain Phillips.

Interestingly, the movies actually ship pre-loaded onto a hard disk drive. This means you’ll actually get a free compact HDD.

There’s currently seven 4K TV series on offer from Sony, the latest being the firm’s new curved Bravia S90.

The S90, revealed back in August, touts a bendy-vision UHD display and two screen sizes, namely 65-inch and 75-inch.

It comes with the usual raft of Sony’s televisual features, like the X-Reality PRO picture engine, Triluminos colour technology, and the Motionflow XR800Hz processor.

It also makes use of a 4.2 channel multi-angle live speaker system, which Sony reckons will ‘wrap you’ in 360-degree surround sound.

Head over to Sony’s website and check out the festive film promo here.

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