Sony Unveils World’s Thinnest 4K LCD TV at Just 4.9mm Thick

/ 6 years ago

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Sony has revealed its new line of Bravia televisions – a broad mix of 1080p and 4K models, some of which were previewed at CES 2015 – the highlight of which is the X9000C, a 4K TV with a thickness of just 4.9mm, making it thinner than most smartphones.

The X9000C also boasts a 65-inch bezel-free screen, a “floating style” screen suspension, and Sony’s X1 processing chip. The X1 allows views to “enjoy incredible 4K images with greater clarity, more lifelike colours and sparkling contrast” by utilising a Precision Detail Enhancer, Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, and precision colour mapping.

Most of the new Bravia models, including the X9000C, run Android TV, the smart TV platform developed by Google.

Sources: Sony

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