The Japanese firm Sony has announced the pricing and availability details of its upcoming 4K Ultra HD lineup of televisions that are powered by the Android TV platform. These models with ultra thin profile were showcased at the CES 2015 tech show in January.
The Android TV based television lineup from Sony is slim only at the top and not at the bottom where its components are housed. Anyways, the lineup is still impressive to look at.
Notably, the televisions that will be launched by Sony this year will feature 4K Processor X1 for computing. Sony announced that the televisions will arrive with its own software features and PlayStation Now compatibility that will stream selected PlayStation 3 games via a DualShock 4 controller for input.
The 4K Ultra HDTV models from Sony arrive in six variants and four of these are available for pre-order. They are X830C in both 43 inch and 49 inch, X850C in 55 inch, 65 inch and 75 inch, 65 inch X930C and 75 inch X940. These televisions are priced in the range between $1,300 and $8,000 and they will arrive in May.
The X900C with 55 inch and 65 inch models and 75 inch X910C will be released this summer and their pricing details are yet to be announced. The televisions based on Android TV will be available via Amazon, Sony Store, Best Buy and other authorized dealers.