Sony has just unveiled a new 4K Bravia lineup for 2015 at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.

There are 11 new 4K BRAVIA LCD TV models. The top-of-the-line XBR 900C 4K TVs will be available in 55, 65 and 75-inch sizes, but all the models will feature a 4K Processor X1. It is an image enhancement processor that is capable of boosting clarity, colour, and contrast. It also works with Sony's 4K X-Reality Pro algorithm to reduce noise when upscaling video to 4K.

The next major thing Sony announced is that the new Bravia line has adopted Google's Android OS as its smart TV platform, meaning Android users will be able to easily integrate their mobile devices with their Sony Bravia 4K televisions. With Android TV, Bravia televisions will support Google Cast and voice commands. They'll also allow users access to Google Play apps and content.

And finally, Sony unveiled the X9000C series. It features a "Floating Style" design concept and is approximately 4.9 mm at its thinnest point. That's thinner than the company's Xperia flagship phone. Stay tuned to Pocket-lint's CES 2015 for hands-on pictures of the new Bravias.