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Sharp's first Android TV-powered 4K televisions are now available for purchase
Sharp first announced its new line of Android TV-powered 4K televisions back at CES 2015, and it looks like the sets are finally making their way to retail stores. The televisions come in five different sizes from 60-inches to 80-inches, and are part of the company’s UE30 and UH30 lines. While the original press release states that the sets will sell between $1,999.99 and $5,999.99, Sharp suggests that retail stores may sell them at a slightly cheaper price point.
The UH30 is Sharp’s top-of-the-line series that boasts more ports, more vibrant colors and a touchpad remote control. These TVs are available in both 70 and 80-inch variants. The UE30 series is still extremely premium and feature 60, 70 and 80-inch variants. If you’d like a full list of specifications, head to this page.
Google’s Android TV platform is still very new, though it’s still a solid platform that will help you consume media much more easily. There are certainly other options that you should go with if you’re looking to use Android TV, like Sony’s 2015 Bravia series or even the NVIDIA Shield Android TV set-top box. However, if you’re in the market for a super high-end television, you could certainly do much worse than Sharp’s new offerings.