Sony's Amazingly Thin, Android-powered 4K TVs Will Start At $2,499

Posted: Jun 23 2015, 11:34am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


Sony's Amazingly thin, Android-powered 4K TVs will start at $2,499

Sony has introduced the slimmest Android powered Android 4K TVs

Sony televisions are now as slim as the slimmest smartphones on Earth .The rising competition in the market is due to the massive improvements and innovation in the technology. The advancements in technology have forced companies to quickly adapt to the changes if they want to sustain a position in this technology oriented market.

The new Sony BRAVIA® 4K Ultra HD television is designed to enhance the image quality and provide prolonged access to the contents. This new technology advancement has given Sony a new road of success. This Sony BRAVIA® 4K Ultra HD televisions are powered by Android and are designed with a 4K Processor X1. This 4K processor X1 is a new benchmark in the color accuracy, contrast and clarity of the Sony BRAVIA® 4K Ultra HD viewing experience.

USA today reports states that “approximately 8 million pixels work together to show off a super-detailed picture. It is four times better than as compared to the resolution of 1080p HDTV which you have been watching over the past few decades or even more”.

Sony claimed that this new technology will be cheaper in the market as compared to their competitor’s .The three latest models have different prices range- i.e. 55-inch X900C will retail for $2,499, while the 65-inch retail for $3,999 and X910C with 75-inch screen will retail for $5,499. All of these three upcoming models will be launched in July, 2015. The company claimed this year their models will stand above the competition. And this is a new step in the era of technology by Sony as the smart televisions will be thinner than ever.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/32" rel="author">Ahmed Humayun</a>
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