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Here’s a list of the top 5 Budget TVs in India which are priced in and around Rs 20,000 and are readily available. The list includes the latest budget TV launches from Xiaomi, Thomson, Vu, Kodak and TCL in India.
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If you’re in the look-out for a few budget TVs to choose from, we’ve here compiled the top 5 Budget TVs in India which are priced in and around Rs 30,000 and are readily available.
The Thomson TV comes running Android 7.0 with 6 pre-loaded apps including YouTube which can play videos at 4K. The TV also plays content from Netflix and Amazon Prime Video and offers an Easy Share cast feature to mirror content from your phone to the big screen.
New users of Thomson TVs will be greeted with an exclusive ZEE5 subscription which will last to up a year when buying the TV through Flipkart during February 10 -11. The offer is applicable when buying the 55-inch UHD, 50-inch UHD, 43-inch Ultra HD 4K, 40-inch and 32-inch Smart TVs.
Flipkart is offering the Mi LED TV 4A for a price of Rs 22,999. iFFALCON is also offering its 32-inch and 55-inch Android Smart TVs for asking prices of Rs 11,999 and Rs 41,999 respectively. Users can also opt for 40-inch and 49-inch Vu Smart TVs for prices of Rs 15,999 and Rs 22,999 respectively.
The Big Diwali Sale will be host to a total of 20K+ products from 500+ brands with discounts going to up to 75 percent o select products. On a successful purchase, customers also stand to win a chance to get an iPhone X, 100 percent cashback while getting exchange deals of to Rs 22,000 and a no-cost EMI option.
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.
Let's have a look at the top 5 Budget TVs in India available right now that you can consider buying right now. Note, that we haven’t stick to a particular screen size in this one.
Potential buyers of Samsung budget TVs are caught in despair following a storm of TV brands that have entered the Indian foray lately. Having lost its 'most trusted brand' crown to Xiaomi in the smartphones line, is Samsung ready to lose its TV business too? Is its decision to still play safe still the right one?