It has been a month since OnePlus debuted its two TVs and while the TVs have their own set of features to be praised about, there are some drawbacks as to why you shouldn’t purchase one right away.
Xiaomi India Product Manager, Sudeep Sahu took to Twitter to announce that the 49-inch Mi TV 4A now gets a new update.
The new AirPods Pro equips two microphones to detect sound from the outside and cancel it out during playback. There’s a new transparency mode that provides users with the option to simultaneously listen to music while still hearing the environment around them.
TCL is offering the 43-inch 43P8B at Rs 23,990, instead of the actual price of Rs 52,990.
The company has introduced Drum Beat for Rs 7,999 and Party 100 for Rs 3,999. Both the speakers are available leading e-commerce platforms and retail stores across India.
Motorola has now expanded its TV lineup with a new 75-inch 4K LED Smart Android TV for an asking price of Rs 1,19,999 on Flipkart.
The new TV range is available on Amazon from October 20 in 49-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch screen sizes for Rs 29,999, Rs 34,999 and Rs 55,999 respectively.
The TVs run on Android TV with promised updates for three years and Oxygen Play for content screening.
The Smart TV comes with a price tag of Rs 1,29,999 and it is available for purchase from Detel official website and mobile application.
Vu Super TV runs on Android 8.0 OS and Windows 10 and will be available for an asking price of Rs 8 lakh, starting from next week.