Sony Launches Android TV-Based 4K Bravia LCD TVs at CES 2015

 
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Sony Launches Android TV-Based 4K Bravia LCD TVs at CES 2015
Sony took the wraps off four new lines of Bravia 4K LCD televisions at CES 2015. The company also announced what it calls the "thinnest TV" till date, which sports a thickness of just 4.9mm at the thinnest point.

Notably, all the new Sony Bravia TVs launched on Monday are smart TV offerings and include the new 4K Processor X1, which the company touts "further advances the clarity, colour accuracy and contrast". All the newly-introduced Bravia TVs also run Google's Android TV platform.

Out of the four, the new X9000C Series 4K LCD televisions, which include a 55-inch and 65-inch models, sport a thickness of just 4.9mm. The company credits the new "revolutionary floating style" for the slim profile and claims that the TV is "virtually frameless and mounts flush to your wall." Unfortunately, the Japanese electronics giant has not revealed price of any new Bravia models.

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Sony however has revealed the availability details of the new nine models namely the X9000C Series 4K LCD TV including 55-inch and 65-inch models will be available in Q3. The rest of the new Bravia 4K LCD TVs including X9300C with the 65-inch model and X9400C 75-inch model; the X8500C including 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch models, and lastly, X8300C with 43-inch and 49-inch models will be available in Q2 2015.

Newly launched Bravia 4K LCD TVs will be available in a size range of 43-inches to 75-inches and in total include nine new models. The new 4K Bravia LCD TV range sport a screen resolution of 3840x2160 pixels and include TRILUMINOS Display panels.

One of the most notable feature of the new Sony 4K Bravia LCD TVs are they run on Google's latest Android TV operating system. The OS allows easy streaming of videos, and even is ideal for gaming, claims Sony. 

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With Android TV, the new Bravia range of 4K LCD TVs supports Google Cast that allows users to cast content from mobile devices, and the Voice Search, which is available via the remote which features a microphone and a touchpad. The TVs also come with Google Play access.

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Ketan Pratap

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