Sony's ultra-thin 4K Android TVs hitting store shelves in July

The 55-inch model in the 4.7mm thick X900C series will cost $2,499, with the 65-inch variant in the same series retailing for $3,999. The 75-inch X910C is slated to hit shelves sometime over the summer for $5,400. The TVs will be available at Sony's online and retail stores, Best Buy and Amazon.

All three models — along with Sony's entire lineup of BRAVIA smart TVs launching this year — will come with Android TV. The TVs also include the X1 image processor that boosts colors and dynamic range of 4K content.

First look at Sony's 4K Android TVs

Source: Sony

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