Sony’s super-thin television is on its way. The slimmest television in the bunch of 4K series from Sony is expected to cost $2499 for the 55-inch model.
The slimmest television from Sony will be 0.19-inch thick and will be of the X900C series. Announced by the media center of Sony, the X900C 4K Ultra HD TV will also be available in the 65” variant and will cost a hefty $3999. Sony has also announced X910C 4K Ultra HD TV ( 75”) which will be priced $5499.
The pre-booking of the X900C variant have already started though the full purchase availability will be from July. The X910C 4K will come to the market this summer.
The thin design of the X900C can surely woo customers. The picture clarity, which is always the forte of Sony, is enhanced in the 4K version and a Sony television thinner than a smartphone is meant for luxury viewing. The thinnest television from Sony can raise an eyebrow about its technical specification but they are quite sound, too.
Both the models are powered by the X1 processor engine with feature like maximum contrast, color and clarity. HD and 4K content clarity are available with these TVs. The televisions are powered by Android TV, too. This means streaming apps, Android games and more will be available on the big screen. The users will be allowed to watch YouTube and Netflix videos. They will also be getting content from over 600 apps including Hulu, CBS News, Crackle, NBA Game Time, Pandora, CBS Sports, and SlingTV.
Sony, which was expected to announce X900C and X910C TVs during the spring, has fulfilled its promise a bit late but what awaits seems to be absolutely amazing.