Sony is launching two models of UHD TVs which are thinner and lighter than the rest of TVs which has launched by the company so far. The top half of the television will be thinner than the bottom half of the device as the components such as HDMI and USB ports are found at the bottom half of the television.

The two models are the X900C which comes with two versions, 55 inches and 65 inches while the other model, the X910C comes with 75 inches. All the models will have screens which are virtually bezel-less and almost run edge-to-edge even though the bezel is not as thin as Samsung TVs. However, it is definitely better compared to other televisions which have been released by Sony beforehand.

The televisions will run on X1 processor which capable of producing picture quality of 3840 x 2160 resolutions. Therefore, the color definitely will be brighter and shaper. The downside is that it is a little bit slow and there are not many apps which is compatible with the device yet.

On top of that, both models will come on Google’s Android TV which the user can have full access to Google Play, Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Amazon Instant Video and many more. 65-inch X930C will be priced at $4500 while 75-inch X940C will be priced at $8000. Pre-order will be available starting on Sunday from Sony website whereas online retailers and physical shops will be available in May.