Indian electronics manufacturer Intex Technologies has expanded its televisions lineup with the launch of its 4K UHD Smart TVs in the Indian market. The new 4K Smart TVs come with an LED panel, support for Jio Cinema app and come in three sizes 43-inch, 50-inch and 55-inch for a starting price of Rs 52,990.
The new Intex TVs labelled LED–SU4303, LED-SU5003, LED-SU5503 are all powered by the same 1.2GHz Dual-core ARM Cortex A9 processor with MaliT450MP2 graphics, 1.5GB RAM and 8GB of onboard storage. The TV comes with WiFi connectivity which is what the inbuilt support for Miracast relies on to stream content wirelessly on the TV from an external device like a smartphone or a tablet.
All three TVs feature a 4K panel with native resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, an aspect ratio of 16:9 and 178-degree viewing angle. The display comes with an ‘Eye Safe T-Matrix’ technology which plays smooth lag-free content through every frame with a 9ms fast response time.
The Intex 4K Smart TV runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow with a bunch of inbuilt apps including Youtube, Browser, Media Center, Clean Master, Facebook, TV Tweets and Jio Cinema. It looks like Intex has partnered with Reliance Jio to promote the Jio Cinema app on its Smart TVs which hosts as much as 100,000 hours of entertainment scattered across 6,000 movie titles, 120,000+ episodes and 70,000 music videos on its vast library. Intex has its own App Store with its own repository of Entertainment, Games, Education apps in multiple Indian languages.
In addition to WiFi, the Intex Smart TV comes with three HDMI ports, two USB2.0 ports, Component – YPbPr, VGA Input, AV In, AV Out, PC Audio Input (Mini Jack), RJ 45, RF In, SPDIF Out and Audio Out(Mini) ports for connectivity. Additional features include Full HD Video Playability through USB 2.0, Digital Noise Reduction, Smart Power saving and Built-in Stereo 10Wx 2 speakers.
The Intex 43-inch LED–SU4303, 50-inch LED-SU5003 and 55-inch LED-SU5503 will be available for asking prices of Rs 52,990, Rs 75,000 and Rs 1,00,000 respectively.