The new X90c 4K Sony TV is thinner than your Smartphone: 4.9mm amazingly thick

Sony X90c-4K

In the previous day to the opening of CES we watched on television the main bets for this 2015. Screens curves, with OLED and Sony has decided to distance itself a bit and focus on its innovations elsewhere. UHD, yes, but with a flat panel and a very unique feature at a glance: its thickness.

With only 4.9 mm thick, the amount increases slightly where the electronic device is housed; Sony launches the new X900 series in different sizes with a starting point of 65 inches and the largest model in 75. Yes, the main novelties are found inside.

Stepping Android TV

At the heart place of the TV we find new generation processor: X1. From year to year, as Sony has explained in the introduction, the main improvements, which are involved in how the chip works for video signal. On the one hand analyzes the format that enters and secondly the bitrates to deliver the best possible way. To this must be added a wider dynamic range.

The other big news that found is, regarding the operating system. Sony forgets its own development from scratch and chooses to use Android TV in almost all TVs presented. X900 are of course but also other models including the lower ranges.

Android TV offers one hand shop Google Play applications and further Cast, a service that we watched a few hours ago which allows the connection speed between the mobile and the TV without having an HDMI dongle plugged into a port. To all this we must add the Play-station now to access the catalog of games Playstation 3 streaming.

So far Sony has not specified price or release date for these new TVs but being high range and seeing everything they offer, can guess they will be similar to this year’s models price. Well! This Sony TVs series would be the big blast of this New Year up till now. Let’s wait when it’ll hit the market available for users.

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