Sony 4K Ultra-thin Android TV hitting store in July price starts at $2,499

Sony has announced that company will be releasing it’s new ultra-thin 4K TVs in the United States (USA) this July. The 2015 lineup includes six new series of 4K Ultra HD TVs, the X830C, X850C, X930C/X940C, X900C/X910C.

The Sony’s X900C and X910C run on Android TV operating system, measure less than 0.2 inches in thickness likely thinner than the smartphone in your pocket and will price between $2500 and $5500 when they launch in July.

Each television contains an 4K Processor X1 processor along with X-Reality PRO Picture Engine giving the TV improved color and brightness and a Triluminos display which Sony attests will bring users much richer colors than a standard TV screen.

Sony 4K Ultra-thin Android TV

A 55-inch X900C will cost $2500, a 65-inch X900C will cost $4,000 and a 75-inch X910C will cost $5,500.

Sony has featured TVs with Google Cast, which is like having Chromecast built into the TV. Cast your favorite entertainment apps, including HBO GO, WatchESPN, WATCH Disney and more, from your Android or iOS device, Mac or Windows computer, or Chromebook to the TV4.

The TVs will be available at Sony’s online at and retail stores, Best Buy and Amazon.

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