Sony has announced that its new Sony 4K Android TVs will launch next month, and prices for these new 4K Ultra HD TVs will start at $2,499.
The entry level Sony X900C 4K Ultra HD TV with a 55 inch display with retail for $2,499 and the 65 inch models will retail for $3,999, Sony’s 75 inch SC910X model will set you back $5,499.
Powered by the X1 processor engine, the X900C and X910C feature maximized contrast, color and clarity in both HD and 4K content. The X-Reality™ PRO Picture Engine upscales all existing HD content to super clear 4K quality, and colors come alive on the screen in the widest range ever thanks to TRILUMINOS™ display technology.
Lastly, the X900C and X910C are powered by Android TV. Android TV delivers great content, streaming apps and Android games to the TV to provide a personalized and easy-to-use entertainment experience. It allows users to easily access content from favorite apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Hulu, CBS News, CBS Sports, Crackle, NBA Game Time, Pandora and SlingTV and over 600 other apps or access a huge selection of games and additional content from the Google Play™ store right on the TV. With Google Cast™, users can cast their favorite entertainment apps such as HBO GO from their Android or iOS device, Mac or Windows computer or Chromebook to the TV.
You can find out more information about Sony’s new Android TV powered 4K Ultra HD TVs over at their website at the link below.
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