• 17:27 Oct 19, 2018

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Samsung announces Home LED screens in India, starts at Rs 1 crore

Samsung’s ‘LED for Home’ delivers an immersive visual definition for a wholesome cinema experience. The display, due to its modular configuration, can be made to fit into any unique home setting. The Active LED screen uses HDR Picture Refinement Technology to provide better details and colours.

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Intex introduces XH Bomb SUFB speakers, starts at Rs 4,450

The XH Boom comes with a 5-watt main unit which it can be connected to two 18-watt or four 18-watt speakers depending on the model you buy. The device offers a Bluetooth range of up to 10 meters meaning, audio playback will be possible if the paired smartphone or computer is anywhere within a 10-meter radius.

Sony Bravia Master 4K A9F 55-inch, 65-inch OLED Android TVs announced in India

Both the 55-inch and 65-inch OLED TVs come with a 4K OLED TRILUMINOS Display with Precision Colour Mapping, Live Colour Technology and Pixel Contrast Booster. There’s an Acoustic Surface Audio+ feature that creates a rich sound experience from the two subwoofers and three actuators.

OnePlus plans to introduce a Smart TV in 2019

The new Smart TV from the company will be known as OnePlus TV and the company has revealed that it wants to bring “the home environment to the next level of intelligent connectivity. The latest Smart TV will be built with flagship design, image quality and audio experience.

Micromax announces Canvas 3 Smart TV with Android 7.0, Aptoide store

The Canvas 3 Smart TV runs on Android 7.0 Nougat with a large collection of applications and features, some of which is already pre-installed while others can be downloaded from the TV’s built-in Aptoide App store. The Smart TV also has a quad-core processor, Airplay support and Wireless Smartphone Control.

Thomson introduces 55-inch & 50-inch UHD Smart TVs in India, starts Rs 33,999

The Thomson TVs are made from Samsung panels with an aspect ratio of 16:9 and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The Thomson TVs are powered by a CA53 Dual Core 1.4GHz with Mali-T720 for graphics with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of flash storage. Moreover, the MyWall interface of the devices run over Android 5.1.1.

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Blaupunkt makes its Indian debut with a range of LED TV, price starts at Rs 12,999

The products comes at a starting price of Rs 12,999 and goes up to Rs 47,999. The TVs will be available for purchase from Flipkart from September 18, 2018.

Panasonic launches 4K Ultra HD TV series in India

The new 4K TV line up comes in 65 inches, 55 inches, 49 inch and 43 inches and are priced at Rs 65,000 onwards. The models are available on all Panasonic stores across the country.

Vu 100 Smart TV with a whopping 100-inch screen, Rs 20 lakhs price tag launched in India

The Smart TV features a 4K HDR display with a screen resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and the company has employed A+ Grade panel in this TV. It comes with an image refresh rate of 120 Hz and has a 700nits brightness coupled with a 178-degree viewing angle.

CloudWalker partners with Hotstar for its smart TV range

Under this partnership, the app will be included in the company’s Cloud TV X2 series that is available on Amazon. With this, the content discovery and curation engine present in Cloud TV X2 will now showcase Hotstar application.

Sony launches UBP-X700 4K HDR Blu-ray Player in India

The Sony UBP-X700 offers 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray playbacks and supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision which will be later seeded to the device through a firmware update. Through HDR 10, the Blu-ray player will be able to increase the peak brightness while retaining deep and highly-detailed blacks for contrast ratio.

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Sony 5.1 Home Cinema Soundbars launched in India

“Designed for Indian consumers”, both new Sony Soundbars make use of Indian-standard sound settings to deliver a crisp vocal sound when watching TV shows and a powerful base when it comes to immersive music listening. The rhombus-shaped grills on both systems deliver sound at a maximum output of 100 watts.

Eros Now partners with Xiaomi to offer monthly subscription for Mi TVs in India

Under this partnership, Eros Now will be integrated right into Mi TVs user interface, the Patchwall UI. The company claims that the will allow its users to access a bouquet of 11,000+ Bollywood and Regional language films, entertainment shows, music videos and originals. Eros Now is offering two monthly plans.

LG introduces AI-powered televisions in India

The televisions also comes loaded with Mobile Connection Overlay that basically enables customers to view both the mobile and television simultaneously. Customers can also access cloud photos and videos directly from LG TV. The customers can also share smartphone screen with LG TV via Miracast.

CloudWalker introduces 40-inch & 43-inch FHD Cloud TV X2, starting at Rs 24,990

Powered by a Quad-core ARM Cortex Processor with 432 MHz Mali-450 MP3 GPU, the Cloud X2 will come configured with 1GB of RAM and 8GB of internal storage. The TV runs on Android 7.0 Nougat with a custom Made-in-India content discovery system that sorts through thousands of hours of trending digital content & apps on TV.

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