Sony’s X900C and X910C TVs to enter market in July

Sony's promised X900C and X910C TVs are scheduled to arrive in July.

The lone X910C model, a 75-incher will launch for $5,499. Both run on the Android TV platform. All of these units pack Android TV, Triluminos displays and an X1 processor will make the most of 4K video.

Sony is going to introduce its wafer-thin, Android-powered 4K TVs in July. The X910C measures at a mammoth 75 inches and will be available later this summer for $5,500. The X900C is coming in two smaller but still pretty big sizes. The 55-inch model costs $2,500, while the 65-inch model is of $4,000.

The Android platform for X910C and X910C will provide built-in access to the standard suite of streaming apps like Netflix, Amazon Instant Video, YouTube, Hulu, and Sling TV.

Full Google Cast support is obviously here, and PlayStation Now support is built in. This will allow owners to streaming PS3 games straight to the TV, no console necessary.

The X900C is 0.2 inches at its thinnest point, which Sony describes as ‘thinner than a smartphone’ and has a wonderful display. The Triluminos panel offers Sony’s widest color gamut ever.

Even if customers don’t feel the need of eye-catching design, it's great as it aims for a near-invisible wall mount.

Once the TVs are available they will be found in Sony stores and Best Buy locations, as well as online from Sony, Best Buy, and Amazon.