The PatchWall UI now gets an update and brings two new feature which has been much anticipated by the users of the Mi TV 4 and Mi TV 4A. Shifting the build to version 1.0.19, the PatchWall UI updates the universal search feature with no limit on characters and ways to delete watched history for user privacy.
Samsung QLED TV glues onto a wall like a painting and can even mimic patterns on the wall behind the TV to make it blend in with your home decor completely. This is possible through a feature that’s called the Ambient Mode which also displays relevant information through the course of the day when the TV is not in use.
ACT Fibernet will offer 1-month free trial of high-speed internet plans to the Mi LED TV users. Further, users will have to opt for advance plans, which comes with different prices. After opting for the plans, users will get two months of free subscription along with 1000GB of extra data limit.
The move comes two months after Thomson made its comeback to the Indian market with its 32-inch and 40-inch Android Smart TVs which are now upgraded with the latest user interface from Thomson and will start selling through Flipkart from June 14, followed by the launch of 'basic' TVs from Thomson scheduled for June 21.
the new Make in India televisions set will be made official in August this year. Further, the local production of the new sets of TVs will begin next month at Dixon’s new plant in Tirupati. The report adds that Xiaomi will make 32-inch and 43-inch models with this partnership, which may be expanded to newer models.
The 55-inch LED TV runs on Android 4.0 with Gmail, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook and Netflix pre-installed, comes powered by a dual-core processor, packs dual 8-watt speakers, all of which is guaranteed under 3 years of warranty and servicing. The device is available in India for an asking price of Rs 59,990.
The new Bravia series comes with built-in Chromecast support allowing users to send and stream content to the TV through their smartphones. The TV also comes running the Android TV interface allowing users to download apps and have access to a large virtual library through Netflix and YouTube.
The 34-foot giant LED screen technology has already earned its name after having been installed in the US and Europe offers Onyx View that supports HDR content, Onyx 3D and Onyx Sound all of which provide a life-like experience on a big screen, more pleasing to the eye than a traditional projector.
Manufacturing in India will give Xiaomi some tax benefits. However, the report added that the company may not reduce the prices of its TV sets as it already selling them at waferthin margins. Currently, Xiaomi is selling three Smart TVs of 32 inch, 43 inch and 55 inch sizes priced between Rs 14K to Rs 45K.
With the addition of the 85-inch KD-85X9000F and 65-inch KD-65X9000F, Sony has thus expanded the Bravia X9000F series to include a total of three variants starting from Rs 2,39,900. The most expensive version of the Bravia X9000F will retail for as much as Rs 12,99,900.
The Chinese electronics manufacturer has launched two new versions of the MiTV 4S and a variant both of the Mi TV 4C and TV 4X. The TVs will be available for an asking price of 999 yuan (approx. Rs 10,700) and will hit the shelves starting from May 31.
he latest Smart LED TV comes loaded with a 32-inch Full HD display, which the company claims good colour, brightness and details for some good visual experience. The TV features Cornea Technology balances the emitted light and offers a number of pixels is designed to offer a better viewing experience
The box style audio systems are equipped with Taiko mode, 360-degree sound, and seamless connectivity through Bluetooth on a portable form factor.
The public address system is exclusively designed for singer-songwriters, musicians, and DJs and will come at a price of Rs 60,624.
The Smart TVs comes at a starting price of Rs 2,39,900 and are available in Sony Center and electronic stores across the country.